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SolarPaq  Thermal Profiling System
Temperature Monitoring in Silicon Processing
Solar PV Manufacturing
Obtain accurate repeatable results for silicon processing optimization
Optimize final product efficiency by monitoring the correct drying of every cell
Quickly plot changes in oven performance, minimizing downtime
Save time and money setting up or adjusting the furnace
Maximize cell efficiency and throughput without compromising yields

Lamination is the critical last step in the manufacture of crystalline and thin film solar photovoltaic panels. Performed in membrane or press laminators, this is a semi batch process that simultaneously presses and heats the panels.

The contact drying and firing process is a short high temperature process that fires the front and rear face contacts onto crystalline photovoltaic cells.

Contact drying is a short, mid-temperature process used to dry the metal paste that is screen printed onto the silicon solar cell. It can be undertaken in a standalone drier or as part of a combined drying & firing furnace.

Coating of glass in vacuum deposition processes is used to create thin film solar panels. Silicon Nitride in PECVD processes is used to coat silicon solar cells to form an anti-reflection layer.