We are pleased to offer you our solution for producing photovoltaic panels with an output of 8mw/year to 30mw/year from 3 shifts, 280days. We are also listing the material and service required in order to start up production on the plant on a turnkey basis.
The ANJALI EXIM line from 8MW to 30MW includes the following items:
Technology of the PV process
Special lay out for your factory
Set up and installation in the customer facility
Transfer of know-how with the training in your site.
Demonstration runs of the module production cycle
Comprehensive spare parts kit.
One year equipment warranty
Assistance for IEC 61215, safety standard 61730.
THE PV MODULE PRODUCTION PROCESS:
The PV Production Process uses solar cells and module materials as input and produces functional PV modules, ready for use. The Process consists of the following phases:
Cutting EVA and placing it on the glass substrate, using the Film Cutting Machine
Assembling and soldering strings of cells interconnected with metal ribbons using the Tabber & Stringer. Strings can be unloaded on the Lighting Table for the visual inspection or placed directly on EVA on glass.
Aligning and placing strings on EVA on glass thanks to the Lay out Machine (option of the Tabber &Stringer)
Completing the module laminate circuit by soldering bus ribbons to connect the strings together and provide output leads at the busing station.
Visually inspecting and electrically testing the module laminate circuit by measuring its dark I-V characteristics at the inspection station.
Cutting EVA and back sheets to length and assembling them with the glass and cells circuit, in preparation for the encapsulation.
Laminating the sandwich and curing the EVA with the Laminator.
Completing final assembly, which includes edge trimming at the Trimming station, installing and edge gasket and frame with the Frame Assembly and attaching a junction box at the JB station.
Performing a high voltage isolation test to measure the voltage isolation between the cells circuit and the module frame, and testing the frame ground continuity.]
Electrically testing the module under simulated sunlight with the Solar Simulator to measure its performance.
Visually inspecting the completed module for quality of materials and workmanship.