RenewSys Launches CONSERV EVA Encapsulant for PV Modules
- Jun 25, 2012
MUMBAI, India --
RenewSys started production of CONSERV EVA Encapsulant at its Bangalore facility in India some time back. The manufacturing process uses proven German technology. The product is under evaluation at TUV and already tested to be found complying by UL (subject to Initial Production Inspection). Certification from both organizations is expected shortly.
CONSERV EVA Encapsulant is manufactured combining its knowledge of material science with special 'OS' manufacturing technology, which enables CONSERV to have no induced stresses and thermal memory resulting in extremely low thermal shrinkage. The uniquely formulated CONSERV Encapsulant melts at a relatively lower temperature making the lamination process easy to handle, energy efficient and productive. CONSERV has a special surface texture which enables it to be shipped and stored without masking film.
CONSERV A 360 - 14 FC is a fast curing, UV and weather stable EVA Encapsulant having UV cut-off wavelength at 360nm. It can be used for all crystalline silicon and many thin film based module constructions.
RenewSys will also be starting manufacture of Backsheet by Q1 13.
RenewSys is a manufacturer of EVA Encapsulant used in Photovoltaic Solar modules. It is the renewable energy division of the flagship company 'Positive Packaging Industries Ltd.', a pioneer in flexible packaging. Positive has operations in India, Nigeria and U.A.E. and is a part of the ENPEE Group, an international conglomerate with over 50 years of business experience. The group's diversified activities include electrical cables, adhesives and inks, metal packaging, cement and industrial flooring.
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