Enhancing Hydrogen: Nickel Woven Mesh in Alkaline Electrolysis

Nickel woven mesh plays a crucial role in the process of alkaline electrolysis hydrogen production, and its performance and specifications are essential for improving hydrogen production efficiency. Alkaline electrolysis is a process that decomposes water into hydrogen gas and oxygen gas, and nickel woven mesh, as an anode material, plays an important role in catalyzing the water electrolysis reaction.

In this process, the main function of nickel woven mesh is to serve as an anode electrode, catalyzing the electrolysis reaction of water and promoting the decomposition of water into hydrogen gas and oxygen gas. It has excellent electrocatalytic activity and conductivity, making it an ideal anode material in the hydrogen production process.

A roll of nickel woven mesh on a black background.
  • Width: ≤ 2 m
  • Length: ≤ 300 m
  • Wire Diameter: 0.03 mm, 0.04 mm, 0.05 mm, 0.06 mm, 0.08 mm, 0.10 mm, 0.12 mm, 0.15 mm, 0.2 mm, 0.35 mm, 0.50 mm
  • Mesh Count: 10–400 mesh/inch
  • Surface Treatment: None, Atmospheric Plasma Spraying (50% Al + 50% Ni), Atmospheric Plasma Spraying (20% Al + 80% Ni), Atmospheric Plasma Spraying (80% Al + 20% Ni)
  • Excellent Electrocatalytic Activity. Nickel effectively promotes the electrolysis reaction of water, increasing the yield and efficiency of hydrogen gas.
  • Good Electrical Conductivity. Nickel is a good conductor of electricity, ensuring high efficiency during the electrolysis process.
  • Corrosion Resistance. Nickel woven mesh has excellent corrosion resistance, able to withstand the corrosion of alkaline electrolyte, ensuring long-term stable operation.
  • High Temperature Resistance. Nickel has a high melting point and high temperature resistance, allowing the nickel woven mesh to maintain stability and performance in high temperature environments.
  • Strength and Durability. Nickel woven mesh has high strength and durability, allowing it to withstand the stress and lifespan of the electrolysis process.
Testing the Material of Nickel Mesh with a Detector.
Material Testing
A plastic density mirror placed on a nickel mesh.
Mesh Count Testing
Multiple produced nickel woven mesh on the factory desk.
Factory Product

In addition to the choice and optimization of anode materials, alkaline electrolysis for hydrogen production also involves the selection of cathode materials, electrolyte, temperature, and pressure. Therefore, in practical applications, it is necessary to consider these factors comprehensively and collaborate with manufacturers or professionals to ensure the appropriate selection and use of nickel woven mesh, as well as other related materials and conditions.

In the future, with the continuous development of alkaline electrolysis for hydrogen production, nickel woven mesh may find wider applications in various fields. Therefore, in-depth research and optimization of its performance and specifications are of great significance.