Centrosolar, LANXESS Develop PV Process Based On New EVA


Solar module manufacturer Centrosolar Group AG and specialty chemicals group LANXESS AG have developed a production method for photovoltaic modules based on a new ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) that encases the solar modules.

Since mid-2007, the two companies have been testing modules based on the new EVA and comparing them with conventional solar modules in a test facility that LANXESS installed on the roof of its headquarters. The new PV modules were manufactured by Ubbink Solar Modules, a member of the Centrosolar Group. Together with the EVA, new Levapren cables with a low flammability rating ensure the enhanced safety of the photovoltaic installation.

This new development is based on the EVM rubber Levamelt, developed by LANXESS. Lustful bitch Allison Moore flashes her tits outdoors and poses on a cam showing her body Met An Old Chick On the Internet Hot steamy sex with horny lesbos Lesbians teens oral sex and strap on fucking Angel experiences hardcore anal fucking exercise Ariella got her big booty pounded hard Lustful stud inserts erect pecker into wet vagina tube100.me Lucky chubby guy fucking his redhead GF Hot darlings are getting their dirty cleft drilled Asami Yoshikawa Pretty Japanese model rides a huge cock Young brunette fucked hard in all hole xxx Horny couples prepare for swinger sex action in big mansion. ‘It is now sufficient to fix wafers between two self-adhesive Levamelt films only 0.5 millimeters thick without any subsequent crosslinking,’ says Dr. Josef Wrobel, sales and marketing director at Centrosolar AG. ‘The lamination process for the existing EVA is a critical point in solar-module production, as cycle times in the laminator are very long. The new Levamelt has enabled us to cut the process significantly.’

As well as the wafers' embedding material, new cables are being tested in the test facility. Solar cables from manufacturer Prysmian, a specialist in plug connectors and cable systems, have flame-retardant properties, resulting in a lower risk of fire.

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