Saturday, December 6, 2014

QSolar receives certification for its glass-free photovoltaic technology – Solar Server

QSolar Limited (Calgary, Alberta, Canada) reported on 03/12/2014, TÜV SÜD China have informed the company that the review its photovoltaic modules in order to meet the safety and quality requirements according to TÜV SÜD IEC 61730-1 is run positive and certification will granted.

The formal TÜV SÜD certification is an important milestone in the solar industry, the company says. The certification mark may now be applied to the developed and tested by QSolar product series QSS.

Spraytek technology is protected and confidential

The message of positive test results and the successful certification confirms the company is applying its proprietary and secret Spraytek technology and related processes that are used in the tested range QSS. This same technology and associated procedures found in all other QSolar products application that currently designed in Shanghai, designed and made.

The products contain a non-glass-made substrate and are manufactured with processes in which no lamination is done and are based on completely new materials without glass.

More filed applications for certification

The company is currently waiting for the results to two other certification applications filed at TÜV SÜD China: the certification according to TÜV SÜD UL 1703 safety requirements for PV flat modules for the North American market and the design qualification and type approval of PV modules according to TÜV SÜD IEC 61215th

“It’s fascinating to be part of the great achievements of QSolar part of the certification of the new photovoltaic modules without glass. The positive test results are of great importance for QSolar and confirm compliance with the appropriate quality requirements, “said Alex Krenz TÜV SÜD China.

“We are very pleased that we have achieved this certification, an important benchmark. Introducing our revolutionary Spraytek technology and related technological processes in an industry that has not experienced any significant technological changes for many years, was a complicated undertaking that has taken a lot of time and resources, “says Andreas Tapakoudes, CEO of QSolar.

05/12/2014 | Source: QSolar Limited | © Heindl Server GmbH

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