All New Solar Desert Module Machineries
J.v.G. technology presents its new special coating for solar desert modules HPTP process (high power temperature process). The solar technology company J.v.G. technology offers even more innovation: the high powered “Desert Module” is tailor-made for sandstorm temperature processes. Unique worldwide, the Desert Module will now be even more resistant because of a highly resistant special coating. Even extremely strong sandstorms will fail to impact the Desert Module. Not only the glass surfaces are coated, but also the aluminium frame and connection boxes.
Solar Module Machines and Desert Modules
The Desert Modules of our Bavarian solar specialist company are suitable even for extremely hot, stormy regions, which were not considered for producing solar energy until now. The new coating has successfully passed intensive tests in the company’s own research department and external automotive tests. The first user in practice is Jurawatt GmbH. They have already assumed production of the module.
Nature as a Model: J.v.G. technology Promotes Bionics for Photovoltaic Systems
The basis for the protective coating is a completely new type of NANO coating, which does not just protect from external influences but also prevents soiling. This NANO was recreated from nature.
“Nature surprises and fascinates us time and again through its ingenious resourcefulness Bionics means: Learning from nature. And that’s where we are still right at the beginning with photovoltaic systems,” explains Hans Thoma, C.E.O of the J.v.G. Group.
A downstream burning process ensures that the coating is still effective even after ten years. J.v.G. technology also now offers another cooling system using heat exchangers, so that the modules can be operated at a temperature that remains the same (approximately 15-25 °C) in the best possible environment. A further positive side effect: these solar PV systems offer more electricity and “live” considerably longer than comparable systems.
Internal and external tests showed that after 10 years, the coating is still 99,5% intact.
Saharan Sand on German Car Roofs: Sandstorms and Their Consequences
Sandstorms occur in all desert areas, and each region has different names for the storms: in the Central Asian steppe and desert they are known as buran, chamsin or also khamsin in the Nile region. In Israel/Palestine they are called ghibli or gibli; in Tunisia and Libya people talk of the samum, and in the Northern African region, the scirocco.
Experts estimate that in 2004, sandstorms moved about 2-3 billion tons of sand. Sometimes the sand even reaches our region. If car roofs suddenly shine red after it rains or sunsets suddenly appear bright red, sand from the Sahara could be the reason.
About J.v.G. technology GmbH
J.v.G. technology has been active in the solar industry for more than 20 years. J.v.G. is a specialist in the construction of ready-to-use solar production systems. Our family business, with its head office in Bavaria, also assists customers all over Europe, America and Asia. The company’s head office is in Freystadt in the Upper Palatinate area of Bavaria.
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