CN111342059A - Catalysis layer transfer printing equipment - Google Patents

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CN111342059A
CN111342059A CN202010135857.XA CN202010135857A CN111342059A CN 111342059 A CN111342059 A CN 111342059A CN 202010135857 A CN202010135857 A CN 202010135857A CN 111342059 A CN111342059 A CN 111342059A
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Abstract

The present invention relates to a catalyst layer transfer apparatus. The catalytic layer transfer apparatus includes: a first conveyor assembly comprising a first conveyor belt; the first feeding assembly is used for transferring the first catalyst membrane onto a first conveyor belt; the first unreeling assembly is used for unreeling the proton exchange membrane to the first conveying belt and conveying the proton exchange membrane along the conveying direction of the first conveying belt; the second feeding assembly is used for transferring the second catalyst membrane to one side, far away from the first conveying belt, of the proton exchange membrane; and the second conveying assembly comprises a second conveying belt capable of synchronously moving with the first conveying belt, a pressing channel for the proton exchange membrane to pass through is formed between the second conveying belt and the first conveying belt, and the second conveying assembly is matched with the first conveying belt and is used for pressing the first catalyst membrane, the proton exchange membrane and the second catalyst membrane in the pressing channel.

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Catalysis layer transfer printing equipment
Technical Field
The invention relates to the technical field of fuel cell production equipment, in particular to catalytic layer transfer printing equipment.
Background
In the preparation of fuel cells, a catalyst/proton exchange membrane module, abbreviated as ccm (catalyst coated membrane), is formed by compounding a positive catalyst layer and a negative catalyst layer on a proton exchange membrane. CCM is also a core component of an intermediate product for preparing a membrane electrode of a proton exchange membrane fuel cell.
In general, there are two main processes for CCM production, the first method is to directly coat a catalyst slurry on a proton exchange membrane (i.e. direct coating method), and the second method is to coat a catalyst on a transfer substrate, dry it, and transfer it onto a proton exchange membrane by hot pressing (i.e. transfer method). In the first direct coating method, the coating accuracy is difficult to control due to the swelling problem of the film when the second surface is coated, and cracks, wrinkles, and the like are likely to occur. In the second transfer printing method preparation process, the proton exchange membrane is not contacted with liquid, so that the problem of membrane swelling is effectively avoided.
However, in the conventional transfer method, in order to save catalyst slurry and facilitate the back-end process preparation, the catalyst layer is usually hot-pressed onto the proton membrane by intermittent hot-pressing, so as to realize the gap CCM preparation.
Disclosure of Invention
In view of the above, it is necessary to provide a catalytic layer transfer apparatus that can improve the above-mentioned defects, in order to solve the problem in the prior art that it is difficult to ensure the alignment between the cathode catalytic layer and the anode catalytic layer when CCM is prepared by transfer printing.
A catalytic layer transfer apparatus, comprising:
a first conveyor assembly comprising a first conveyor belt;
a first loading assembly for transferring a first catalyst membrane sheet onto the first conveyor belt;
the first unreeling assembly is used for unreeling the proton exchange membrane to the first conveying belt and conveying the proton exchange membrane along the conveying direction of the first conveying belt;
the second feeding assembly is used for transferring a second catalyst membrane to one side, far away from the first conveying belt, of the proton exchange membrane; and
and the second conveying assembly comprises a second conveying belt capable of synchronously moving with the first conveying belt, a pressing channel for the proton exchange membrane to pass through is formed between the second conveying belt and the first conveying belt, and the second conveying assembly is matched with the first conveying belt and is used for pressing the first catalyst membrane, the proton exchange membrane and the second catalyst membrane in the pressing channel.
When the catalyst layer transfer printing equipment actually works, the first feeding assembly transfers the first catalyst membrane onto the first conveying belt and conveys the first catalyst membrane along the conveying direction along with the first conveying belt. The first unreeling assembly discharges the proton exchange membrane onto the first conveying belt, and the proton exchange membrane is conveyed along the conveying direction of the first conveying belt, namely, the first catalyst membrane on the first conveying belt is positioned on one side of the proton exchange membrane facing the first conveying belt. The second feeding assembly transfers the second catalyst membrane to one side of the proton exchange membrane on the first conveyer belt, which is far away from the first conveyer belt, that is, the first catalyst membrane and the second catalyst membrane are respectively located on two opposite sides of the proton exchange membrane (namely, the first catalyst membrane and the second catalyst membrane are overlapped to form a sandwich structure), and move together along the conveying direction on the first conveyer belt. When the superposed first catalyst membrane, the proton exchange membrane and the second catalyst membrane enter the pressing channel between the first conveying belt and the second conveying belt, the superposed first catalyst membrane, the proton exchange membrane and the second catalyst membrane are pressed by the first conveying belt and the second conveying belt, so that the first catalyst membrane and the second catalyst membrane are adhered to two opposite sides of the proton exchange membrane.
So, directly shift first catalyst diaphragm and second catalyst diaphragm to proton exchange membrane's relative both sides through first material loading subassembly and second material loading subassembly, and then utilize synchronous movement's first conveyer belt and second conveyer belt to carry out the pressfitting to first catalyst diaphragm, proton exchange membrane and second catalyst diaphragm, be convenient for guarantee first catalyst diaphragm and second catalyst diaphragm's alignment degree.
In one embodiment, the first conveying assembly further includes a first hot pressing roller and at least one first transmission roller, the first hot pressing roller is controllable to rotate around its own axis, the first conveying belt is sleeved on the first hot pressing roller and the at least one first transmission roller, and the first hot pressing roller drives the first conveying belt to move in the process of rotating around its own axis.
In one embodiment, the second conveying assembly further includes a second hot pressing roller and at least one second transmission roller, the second hot pressing roller and the at least one second transmission roller are capable of rotating around the axis of the second conveying assembly in a controlled manner, the second conveying belt is sleeved on the second hot pressing roller and the at least one second transmission roller, and the second hot pressing roller drives the second conveying belt to move in the process of rotating around the axis of the second conveying assembly.
In one embodiment, the first hot press roller and the second hot press roller are disposed opposite to each other to press the first catalyst membrane, the proton exchange membrane, and the second catalyst membrane in the press channel.
In one embodiment, the first hot press roller is located at a downstream end of the first conveyor belt and the second hot press roller is located at a downstream end of the second conveyor belt.
In one embodiment, the first conveying assembly and/or the second conveying assembly further include a heating element located on an upstream side of the first hot-pressing roller and the second hot-pressing roller, and the heating element is used for preheating the first catalyst membrane, the proton exchange membrane, and the second catalyst membrane in the pressing channel.
In one embodiment, the catalytic layer transfer printing apparatus further includes a visual positioning device electrically connected to the second feeding assembly, and the visual positioning device is configured to detect position information of the first catalyst membrane on the first conveyor belt and control feeding of the second feeding assembly according to the position information.
In one embodiment, the catalytic layer transfer apparatus further comprises a first stripping assembly and a second stripping assembly located downstream of the first transport assembly and the second transport assembly;
the first peeling assembly comprises a first adhesive film unreeling shaft, a first pressing roller and a first adhesive film reeling shaft, the first adhesive film unreeling shaft is used for unreeling a first adhesive film, the first adhesive film reeling shaft is used for reeling the first adhesive film, and the first pressing roller is arranged between the first adhesive film unreeling shaft and the first adhesive film reeling shaft;
the second stripping assembly comprises a second adhesive film unreeling shaft, a second pressing roller and a second adhesive film reeling shaft, the second adhesive film unreeling shaft is used for unreeling a second adhesive film, the second adhesive film reeling shaft is used for reeling the second adhesive film, the second pressing roller is arranged between the second adhesive film unreeling shaft and the second adhesive film reeling shaft and forms a stripping channel for the proton exchange membrane to pass through with the first pressing roller, and the first pressing roller and the second pressing roller are used for respectively pressing the first adhesive film and the second adhesive film on the first catalyst membrane and the second catalyst membrane on the two opposite sides of the proton exchange membrane.
In one embodiment, the size of the gap between the first pressing roller and the second pressing roller is smaller than or equal to the sum of the thickness sizes of the first adhesive film, the second adhesive film, the first catalyst membrane, the second catalyst membrane and the proton exchange membrane, and is larger than the sum of the thickness sizes of the first adhesive film, the second adhesive film and the proton exchange membrane.
In one embodiment, the catalytic layer transfer apparatus further includes a finished product take-up reel disposed at a downstream side of the first peeling assembly and the second peeling assembly, and the finished product take-up reel is configured to take up the proton exchange membrane.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a catalytic layer transfer apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 2 is a schematic diagram of the cooperative arrangement of a first transport assembly and a second transport assembly of the catalytic layer transfer apparatus shown in FIG. 1;
fig. 3 is a schematic view showing a fitting structure of the first peeling assembly and the second peeling assembly of the catalytic layer transfer apparatus shown in fig. 1.
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To facilitate an understanding of the invention, the invention will now be described more fully with reference to the accompanying drawings. Preferred embodiments of the present invention are shown in the drawings. This invention may, however, be embodied in many different forms and should not be construed as limited to the embodiments set forth herein. Rather, these embodiments are provided so that this disclosure will be thorough and complete.
It will be understood that when an element is referred to as being "secured to" another element, it can be directly on the other element or intervening elements may also be present. When an element is referred to as being "connected" to another element, it can be directly connected to the other element or intervening elements may also be present. The terms "vertical," "horizontal," "left," "right," and the like as used herein are for illustrative purposes only.
Unless defined otherwise, all technical and scientific terms used herein have the same meaning as commonly understood by one of ordinary skill in the art to which this invention belongs. The terminology used in the description of the invention herein is for the purpose of describing particular embodiments only and is not intended to be limiting of the invention. As used herein, the term "and/or" includes any and all combinations of one or more of the associated listed items.
As shown in fig. 1 and fig. 2, a catalytic layer transfer printing apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a first conveying assembly 10 having a first conveyor belt 11, a first feeding assembly 20, a first unwinding assembly 30, a second feeding assembly 40, and a second conveying assembly 50. Wherein, the first feeding assembly 20 is used for transferring the first catalyst membrane b onto the first conveyer belt 11. The first unwinding assembly 30 is configured to unwind the proton exchange membrane a to the first conveyor belt 11, and convey the proton exchange membrane a along the conveying direction of the first conveyor belt 11. The second feeding assembly 40 is used for transferring the second catalyst membrane c to the side of the proton exchange membrane a away from the first conveyor belt 11. The second conveying assembly 50 includes a second conveying belt 51 capable of moving synchronously with the first conveying belt 11, a pressing channel for the proton exchange membrane a to pass through is formed between the second conveying belt 51 and the first conveying belt 11, and the second conveying belt 51 and the first conveying belt 11 cooperate to press the first catalyst membrane b, the proton exchange membrane a and the second catalyst membrane c in the pressing channel.
In actual operation of the catalyst layer transfer printing apparatus, the first feeding assembly 20 transfers the first catalyst membrane b onto the first conveyor belt 11, and conveys the first catalyst membrane b along the first conveyor belt 11 in the conveying direction. The first unwinding assembly 30 discharges the proton exchange membrane a onto the first conveyor belt 11, and conveys the proton exchange membrane a along the conveying direction of the first conveyor belt 11. That is to say, the first catalyst membrane b on the first conveyer belt 11 is located on one side of the pem a facing the first conveyer belt 11, and the second feeding assembly 40 transfers the second catalyst membrane c to one side of the pem a on the first conveyer belt 11 far away from the first conveyer belt 11, i.e. the first catalyst membrane b and the second catalyst membrane c are respectively located on two opposite sides of the pem a (i.e. the three are overlapped to form a sandwich structure), and move together on the first conveyer belt 11 along the conveying direction.
When the superposed first catalyst membrane b, the proton exchange membrane a and the second catalyst membrane c enter the pressing channel between the first conveyer belt 11 and the second conveyer belt 51, the superposed first catalyst membrane b, the proton exchange membrane a and the second catalyst membrane c are pressed by the first conveyer belt 11 and the second conveyer belt 51, so that the first catalyst membrane b and the second catalyst membrane c are attached to two opposite sides of the proton exchange membrane a.
So, directly shift first catalyst membrane b and second catalyst membrane c to proton exchange membrane a's relative both sides through first material loading subassembly 20 and second material loading subassembly 40, and then utilize first conveyer belt 11 and second conveyer belt 51 of synchronous motion to carry out the pressfitting to first catalyst membrane b, proton exchange membrane a and second catalyst membrane c, be convenient for guarantee first catalyst membrane b and second catalyst membrane c's alignment degree and roughness.
It is to be understood that the first catalyst membrane sheet b may be an anode catalyst membrane sheet and the second catalyst membrane sheet c may be a cathode catalyst membrane sheet. In other embodiments, the first catalyst membrane sheet b may also be a cathode catalyst membrane sheet, and the second catalyst membrane sheet c may also be an anode catalyst membrane sheet.
In general, a protective film is attached to one side of a proton exchange membrane, and therefore, the protective film needs to be removed before use. In order to remove the protective film on the proton exchange membrane, in an embodiment, the catalytic layer transfer printing apparatus further includes a protective film rolling assembly for rolling the protective film on the surface of the proton exchange membrane released by the first unwinding assembly 30. That is, the protection film of the proton exchange membrane paid out by the first unwinding assembly 30 is wound by the protection film winding assembly, and the proton exchange membrane without the protection film is conveyed onto the first conveyor belt 11 and conveyed along the conveying direction of the first conveyor belt 11.
In the embodiment of the present invention, the catalytic layer transfer printing apparatus further includes a second unwinding assembly 60 and a first cutting assembly 70. The second unwinding assembly 60 is configured to unwind the first catalyst film to the first cutting assembly 70, and the first cutting assembly 70 is configured to cut the first catalyst film into a first catalyst film sheet b. The first feeding assembly 20 is used for transferring the first catalyst membrane sheet b onto the first conveyor belt 11. Alternatively, the first feeding assembly 20 may employ a robot, a suction cup, or the like.
In the embodiment of the present invention, the catalytic layer transfer printing apparatus further includes a third unwinding assembly 80 and a second cutting assembly 90. The third unwinding assembly 80 is configured to unwind a second catalyst film to a second cutting assembly 90, and the second cutting assembly 90 is configured to cut the second catalyst film into a second catalyst film sheet c. The second feeding assembly 40 is used for transferring the second catalyst membrane c to the proton exchange membrane a on the first conveyor belt 11. Alternatively, the second feeding assembly 40 may employ a robot, a suction cup, or the like.
In an embodiment of the present invention, the catalytic layer transfer apparatus further includes a vision positioning device 44 electrically connected to the second feeding assembly 40. The visual positioning device 44 is used for detecting the position information of the first catalyst membrane b on the first conveyor belt 11 and controlling the feeding of the second feeding assembly 40 according to the position information. In this way, the first catalyst membrane b is positioned by the visual positioning device 44, and the second feeding assembly 40 is controlled to transfer the second catalyst membrane c onto the proton exchange membrane a and align with the first catalyst membrane b, so that the alignment accuracy is high.
In a specific embodiment, the catalytic layer transfer apparatus is further provided with a first defective product blanking station 22 and a second defective product blanking station 42. The first and second rejects blanking stations 22, 42 are disposed adjacent to the first and second loading assemblies 20, 40, respectively. When the first catalyst membrane b is defective, the first feeding assembly 20 transfers the first catalyst membrane b, which is defective, to the first defective blanking station 22. When the second catalyst membrane c is defective, the second feeding assembly 40 transfers the second catalyst membrane c which is defective to the second defective blanking station 42.
In the embodiment of the present invention, the first conveying assembly 10 further includes a first hot press roller 12 and at least one first driving roller 13. The first heat and pressure roller 12 is controlled to rotate about its own axis. The first conveyor belt 11 is sleeved on the first hot press roller 12 and the at least one first driving roller 13. The first heat and pressure roller 12 drives the first conveyor belt 11 to move during rotation around its own axis. Thus, the first conveying belt 11 is disposed on the first hot pressing roller 12 and the first driving roller 13 and is tensioned, so that the first hot pressing roller 12 rotates to drive the first conveying belt 11 to move.
The second conveyor assembly 50 also comprises a second hot-pressing roller 52, which is controlled to rotate about its axis, and at least one second driving roller 53. The second conveying belt 51 is sleeved on the second hot press roller 52 and the at least one second driving roller 53. The second heat and pressure roller 52 drives the second conveyor belt 51 to move during rotation around its own axis. In this way, the first and second hot press rollers 12 and 52 are controlled to rotate synchronously, so that the first and second conveyor belts 11 and 51 are driven to move synchronously.
Specifically, in the embodiment, the first hot press roll 12 and the second hot press roll 52 are disposed opposite to each other to press the first catalyst film b, the proton exchange membrane a and the second catalyst film c in the pressing channel. So, first hot-pressing roll 12 and second hot-pressing roll 52 carry out the hot pressing to first catalyst diaphragm b, proton exchange membrane a and second catalyst diaphragm c, are favorable to improving the pressfitting effect, guarantee product quality.
Preferably, the first heat and pressure roller 12 is located at the downstream end of the first conveyor belt 11, and the second heat and pressure roller 52 is located at the downstream end of the second conveyor belt 51. Thus, the first catalyst membrane b, the proton exchange membrane a and the second catalyst membrane c are laminated by the first conveyer belt 11 and the second conveyer belt 51, and then hot pressed by the first hot pressing roller 12 and the second hot pressing roller 52.
In particular embodiments, the first conveyor assembly 10 and/or the second conveyor assembly 50 further include a heating member 14 located on an upstream side of the first and second heated press rolls 12 and 52. The heating member 14 is used for preheating the first catalyst membrane b, the proton exchange membrane a and the second catalyst membrane c in the pressing channel, and is beneficial to improving the yield. In this way, the first catalyst membrane b, the proton exchange membrane a, and the second catalyst membrane c, which are stacked, are first pressed by the first conveyor belt 11 and the second conveyor belt 51, then preheated, and then hot pressed by the first hot press roller 12 and the second hot press roller 52.
Referring to fig. 1 and 3 together, in general, each of the first catalyst membrane sheet b and the second catalyst membrane sheet c includes a catalyst layer and a transfer base film e. After the first catalyst membrane b and the second catalyst membrane c are hot-pressed to the opposite sides of the proton exchange membrane a, the transfer base film e needs to be peeled off. As such, in order to peel the transfer base film e, in the embodiment of the present invention, the catalytic layer transfer apparatus further includes a first peeling assembly 92 and a second peeling assembly 91 located on the downstream side of the first conveying assembly 10 and the second conveying assembly 50.
The first peeling assembly 92 includes a first film unwinding shaft 922, a first pressing roller 924, and a first film winding shaft 926. The first film unwinding shaft 922 is used for unwinding a first film d2, the first film winding shaft 926 is used for winding a first film d2, and the first pressing roller 924 is disposed between the first film unwinding shaft 922 and the first film winding shaft 926 and is used for pressing the first film d2 against the first catalyst membrane on the proton exchange membrane.
The second peeling assembly 91 includes a second film unwinding shaft 912, a second pressing roller 914 and a second film winding shaft 916. The second film unwinding shaft 912 is configured to unwind a second film, the second film winding shaft 916 is configured to wind the second film, and the second pressing roller 914 is disposed between the second film unwinding shaft 912 and the second film winding shaft 916, and forms a peeling channel for the proton exchange membrane a to pass through with the first pressing roller 924. The first pressing roller 924 and the second pressing roller 914 are used for pressing the first adhesive film d2 and the second adhesive film d1 against the first catalyst film sheet b and the second catalyst film sheet c on the two opposite sides of the proton exchange membrane a respectively.
Thus, the hot-pressed proton exchange membrane a enters a peeling channel between the first pressing roller 924 and the second pressing roller 914, and at this time, the first pressing roller 924 and the second pressing roller 914 respectively press the first adhesive film d2 and the second adhesive film d1 on the first catalyst membrane b and the second catalyst membrane c located on two opposite sides of the proton exchange membrane a, so that the transfer base film e of the first catalyst membrane b is adhered to the first adhesive film d2 and is wound on the first adhesive film winding shaft 926 along with the first adhesive film d 2; meanwhile, the transfer base film e of the second catalyst membrane c is adhered to the second adhesive film d1 and wound on the second adhesive film winding shaft 916 along with the second adhesive film d1, so that the transfer base film e of the first catalyst membrane b and the transfer base film e of the second catalyst membrane c on the proton exchange membrane a after passing through the peeling channel are peeled. Optionally, the first adhesive film d2 and the second adhesive film d1 can be mylar films.
Specifically, in the embodiment, the gap between the first pressing roller 924 and the second pressing roller 914 is smaller than or equal to the sum of the thickness of the first adhesive film d2, the thickness of the second adhesive film d1, the thickness of the first catalyst film b, the thickness of the second catalyst film c, and the thickness of the proton exchange membrane a, and is greater than the sum of the thickness of the first adhesive film d2, the thickness of the second adhesive film d1, and the thickness of the proton exchange membrane a. Therefore, the first adhesive film d2 and the second adhesive film d1 are not in contact with the proton exchange membrane a, but only in contact with the first catalyst membrane b and the second catalyst membrane c, and the yield is improved.
With reference to fig. 1, in an embodiment, the catalytic layer transfer apparatus further includes a finished product winding shaft 93 disposed at the downstream side of the first peeling assembly 92 and the second peeling assembly 91, and the finished product winding shaft 93 is used for winding the proton exchange membrane a. In this way, the finished CCM product formed by peeling the transfer base film e from the proton exchange membrane a having the first catalyst membrane b and the second catalyst membrane c thermally pressed on the opposite sides is finally wound by the finished product winding shaft 93.
In a specific embodiment, the catalytic layer transfer apparatus further includes a visual inspection device 96 and a labeling device 95 disposed on the upstream side of the finished product take-up shaft 93. The visual inspection device 96 is used to inspect the CCM product, and control the labeling device 95 to label the defective region when the visual inspection device 96 detects that the CCM product is a defective product.
Specifically, in the embodiment, the catalyst layer transfer printing device further includes a protective film unwinding device 94, and the protective film unwinding device 94 is configured to unwind the protective film, so that the protective film is attached to the CCM finished product and is wound by the finished product winding shaft 93 together with the CCM finished product.
The catalyst layer transfer printing equipment has the following advantages: directly shift first catalyst diaphragm b and second catalyst diaphragm c to proton exchange membrane a's relative both sides through first material loading subassembly 20 and second material loading subassembly 40, and then utilize first conveyer belt 11 and second conveyer belt 51 of synchronous motion to carry out the pressfitting to first catalyst diaphragm b, proton exchange membrane a and second catalyst diaphragm c, both avoided the swelling problem of rendition in-process proton exchange membrane, be convenient for again guarantee first catalyst diaphragm b and second catalyst diaphragm c's alignment degree and roughness.
Further, the first catalyst membrane b is positioned by the visual positioning device 44, and the second feeding assembly 40 is controlled to transfer the second catalyst membrane c onto the proton exchange membrane a and align with the first catalyst membrane b, which is beneficial to improving the alignment accuracy.
Before the first hot-press roller 12 and the second hot-press roller 52 are hot-pressed, the first catalyst membrane b, the proton exchange membrane a and the second catalyst membrane c in the pressing channel are preheated by the heating member 14, so that the hot-press effect is improved, and the product quality is improved.
The technical features of the embodiments described above may be arbitrarily combined, and for the sake of brevity, all possible combinations of the technical features in the embodiments described above are not described, but should be considered as being within the scope of the present specification as long as there is no contradiction between the combinations of the technical features.
The above-mentioned embodiments only express several embodiments of the present invention, and the description thereof is more specific and detailed, but not construed as limiting the scope of the invention. It should be noted that, for a person skilled in the art, several variations and modifications can be made without departing from the inventive concept, which falls within the scope of the present invention. Therefore, the protection scope of the present patent shall be subject to the appended claims.

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1. A catalytic layer transfer apparatus, comprising:
a first conveyor assembly (10) comprising a first conveyor belt (11);
a first loading assembly (20) for transferring a first catalyst membrane sheet onto the first conveyor belt (11);
the first unreeling assembly (30) is used for paying out a proton exchange membrane to the first conveying belt (11) and conveying the proton exchange membrane along the conveying direction of the first conveying belt (11);
the second feeding assembly (40) is used for transferring a second catalyst membrane to one side of the proton exchange membrane, which is far away from the first conveying belt (11); and
and the second conveying assembly (50) comprises a second conveying belt (51) which can synchronously move with the first conveying belt (11), a pressing channel for the proton exchange membrane to pass through is formed between the second conveying belt (51) and the first conveying belt (11), and the second conveying belt and the first conveying belt (11) are matched for pressing the first catalyst membrane, the proton exchange membrane and the second catalyst membrane in the pressing channel.
2. The catalytic layer transfer printing apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the first conveying assembly (10) further comprises a first hot pressing roller (12) and at least one first driving roller (13), the first hot pressing roller (12) can rotate around its own axis under control, the first conveying belt (11) is sleeved on the first hot pressing roller (12) and the at least one first driving roller (13), and the first hot pressing roller (12) drives the first conveying belt (11) to move in the process of rotating around its own axis.
3. The catalytic layer transfer printing apparatus according to claim 2, wherein the second conveying assembly (50) further comprises a second hot-pressing roller (52) and at least one second driving roller (53) which can be controlled to rotate around their axes, the second conveying belt (51) is sleeved on the second hot-pressing roller (52) and the at least one second driving roller (53), and the second hot-pressing roller (52) drives the second conveying belt (51) to move during rotation around its axes.
4. The catalytic layer transfer printing apparatus according to claim 3, wherein the first hot press roll (12) and the second hot press roll (52) are disposed opposite to each other to press the first catalyst membrane, the proton exchange membrane and the second catalyst membrane in the press channel.
5. The catalytic layer transfer apparatus according to claim 4, wherein the first heat and pressure roller (12) is located at a downstream end of the first conveyor belt (11), and the second heat and pressure roller (52) is located at a downstream end of the second conveyor belt (51).
6. The catalytic layer transfer apparatus according to claim 4, wherein the first conveying assembly (10) and/or the second conveying assembly (50) further comprises a heating member (14) located on an upstream side of the first hot-press roll (12) and the second hot-press roll (52), and the heating member (14) is used for preheating the first catalyst membrane sheet, the proton exchange membrane, and the second catalyst membrane sheet in the press-fit passage.
7. The catalytic layer transfer printing apparatus according to any one of claims 1 to 6, further comprising a visual positioning device (44) electrically connected to the second feeding assembly (40), wherein the visual positioning device (44) is configured to detect position information of the first catalyst membrane on the first conveyor belt (11) and control feeding of the second feeding assembly (40) according to the position information.
8. The catalytic layer transfer apparatus according to any one of claims 1 to 6, further comprising a first stripping assembly (92) and a second stripping assembly (91) located on a downstream side of the first conveying assembly (10) and the second conveying assembly (50);
the first stripping assembly (92) comprises a first adhesive film unreeling shaft (922), a first pressing roller (924) and a first adhesive film reeling shaft (926), the first adhesive film unreeling shaft (922) is used for unreeling a first adhesive film, the first adhesive film reeling shaft (926) is used for reeling the first adhesive film, and the first pressing roller (924) is arranged between the first adhesive film unreeling shaft (922) and the first adhesive film reeling shaft (926);
the second stripping assembly (91) comprises a second adhesive film unreeling shaft (912), a second pressing roller (914) and a second adhesive film reeling shaft (916), the second adhesive film unreeling shaft (912) is used for unreeling a second adhesive film, the second adhesive film reeling shaft (916) is used for reeling the second adhesive film, the second pressing roller (914) is arranged between the second adhesive film unreeling shaft (912) and the second adhesive film reeling shaft (916) and forms a stripping channel for the proton exchange membrane to pass through with the first pressing roller (924), and the first pressing roller (924) and the second pressing roller (914) are used for respectively pressing the first adhesive film and the second adhesive film on the first catalyst membrane and the second catalyst membrane on the two opposite sides of the proton exchange membrane.
9. The catalytic layer transfer printing apparatus according to claim 8, wherein a gap size between the first pressing roller (924) and the second pressing roller (914) is smaller than or equal to a sum of thickness sizes of the first adhesive film, the second adhesive film, the first catalyst membrane, the second catalyst membrane and the proton exchange membrane, and is larger than a sum of thickness sizes of the first adhesive film, the second adhesive film and the proton exchange membrane.
10. The catalytic layer transfer apparatus according to claim 8, further comprising a finished product take-up shaft (93) disposed at a downstream side of the first peeling assembly (92) and the second peeling assembly (91), wherein the finished product take-up shaft (93) is configured to take up the proton exchange membrane.
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