Looking to protect substrate glasses against moisture?
Here are three reasons why photovoltaic TPA is your best choice
High-precision butyl application on the edge of substrate glasses
Active moisture barrier prior to the laminating process
Possibility to integrate 24/7 operation in existing units
Encapsulate and actively protect against moisture
The photovoltaic TPA applies high-viscous butyl onto semiconductor thin-film substrates, effectively protecting the semiconductor against moisture. Prior to the laminating process, the machine accurately applies the material within a tenth of a millimeter from the edge of substrate glasses. Two high-performance pumps ensure that the viscous sealing material is always available – for real 24-hour operation.
The technology is based on decade-long experience in the construction of machines to produce insulating glass in which thermoplastic material is applied as a spacer between the glass plates. In the solar power industry, horizontal machines as well as vertical designs are used for sealing all types of semiconductors.
Option: Butyl sealing for junction boxes
Different application processes
- Interruption-free application in the corners
- Completely tight application
- Interruption between the application in the corners
- Corners are closed during the lamination process
Rakla Tampere Oy, Finland
#appliances #architectural #architectural glass #automation #digitalization #FC Series #Flat tempering #glass tempering process
Mr. Visa Seppälä at Rakla Tampere Oy in Finland is sharing his and his team's experiences on working with Glaston FC Series tempering line.Read more
Steinfort Glas BV, Netherlands
#appliances #architectural #architectural glass #automation #digitalization #FC Series #Flat tempering #glass tempering process #Insight
Mr. Jan Anjema at Steinfort Glas BV in the Netherlands is sharing his and his team's experiences on working with Glaston FC Series tempering line.Read more
5 promises of convection technology in windshield bending
By the laws of physics, convection is the most efficient way to transfer heat. But what arguments back it up in practice? Let’s dive deeper and explore beyond...Read more
#AskGlaston Episode 60: Isn’t our company’s tempering system working automatically?
This week’s question is the following: Isn’t our company’s tempering system working automatically? There are several different levels of automation...Read more