Amcor Highly Transparent Solar Cell Front Panel
Author: Source: Datetime: 2016-11-19 11:10:08
Solbian is a leading supplier of solar modules for transportation, and its panels are designed to be integrated directly into the vessel deck. This means that the panels not only need to withstand the harsh marine environment, but also to withstand the frequent walk through the staff. Solbian opted for Amcor's highly transparent Halar® ECTFE front plate because of its lightweight, durable, textured surface, less slippage, and resistance to wear and mechanical impact.
"As with any solar panel, those designed for the marine environment must be reliable and efficient," says Wojciech Salkalbani, Amcor's director of industrial sales. "Salvie's Halar® ECTFE resin makes Amcor's panels more effective at accomplishing these goals, , Which is a lighter, more cost-effective alternative to conventional glass.With the elimination of structural weight limitations and glass inflexibility, the ability of solar power batteries cell modules to adapt to more complex shapes, The partnership with Solvay continues to expand, giving the solar industry more choices. "
Solar panels designed by Solbian help to reduce battery consumption and provide power to auxiliary power systems in all types of ships. At the same time, the company recognizes that, unlike solar panels installed on land, marine solar accessories must be lighter, more flexible, and more resistant to moisture and salt in the marine environment. Few materials can meet all of these requirements, as Amcor's films are extruded with Solvay Halar® ECTFE resin.
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