Italian PV manufacturer orders stringers for pro-duction of high-efficiency modules with HJT cells
The Italian manufacturer located in Catania specializes in the manufacture of thin-film solar cells and module production for solar parks. The innovative company uses high-efficiency heterojunction (HJT) solar cells. In tests for connecting the sensitive HJT solar cells, the teamtechnik Stringer TT1400 ECA delivered the best results. This system interconnects the cells using a new adhesive technology that reduces thermal and mechanical stresses on the sensitive HJT cells and results in a high string quality.
After seeking out a suitable partner for the interconnection of the sensitive HJT cells, the manufacturer has opted for stringer specialist teamtechnik. The client has ordered a number of Stringer TT1400
With this order, the client and teamtechnik have formed an intensive technological and development partnership. The high performance of the system was achieved through jointly testing the cells in advance and then evaluating the optimal combination of materials together. ‘With our innovative adhesive technology for HJT cells we aim to support our customer in advancing the technology transition rapidly and to contribute towards enabling the production of high-performance modules with the lowest possible levelized cost of electricity for the solar parks’, says Sven Kramer, Vice President Sales Solar Technology at teamtechnik group.
A brief portrait: teamtechnik Group
teamtechnik Group is one of the international market leaders for production technology, assembly and functional test systems. The company, based in Freiberg am Neckar, Germany, focuses on developing and building custom automation solutions for the solar, automotive and medical technology sectors, in which it is recognized as a technology leader with a high level of process expertise. teamtechnik was founded in 1976 and today has production sites in Germany, Poland, China and the USA. With over 1000 employees worldwide, the systems manufacturer achieves a turnover of €170 million.