This supplier is exhibiting at Intersolar Europe.

Product Groups

  • PV components (cables, connectors, junction boxes, etc.)

Contact Information

+39 051 6226111
Via Emilia 288
40068 San Lazzaro di Savena (BO), Italy
Individual company presentation

Coveme develops and manufactures multilayer polymer laminates for the protection of solar panels. These laminates, marketed under the company’s dyMat® brand, provide electrical insulation and protect solar cells from humidity and other atmospheric agents. This guarantees the duration and correct functioning of the solar module for up to 30 years.
Headquartered in Italy, with its six in-house PV lamination lines of 20GW/year production capacity and an over 25 year long experience in supplying the photovoltaic industry, Coveme is today one of the top suppliers of backsheets and frontsheets for pv modules in the market worlwide, and the only one with production sites both in Europe and Asia.
The company's dyMat® range of solar panel films offers solutions for all types of pv modules in any installation environment. dyMat® photovoltaic laminates, suitable for up to 1500 VDC, feature a wide choice of polyester and fluorinated materials, mono and multilayer structures, different colour and several output enhancing options.
With sustainability and circular economy as one of its top priorities in both production process and product design, Coveme, as the first backsheet producer worldwide, now offers pv manufacturers its dyMat®ECO products made of recylced polyester film (rPET). The dyMat®ECO 1000VDC and 1500VDC products are subject to the same thorough testing and certification protocol as Coveme’s standard products which means pv manufacturers can now offer the market a solar module of guaranteed performance combined with a recycled component and low carbon footprint.
Today over 65 GW of solar panels installed worldwide are protected by dyMat® backsheets and frontsheets, recognized for their quality by our clients and partners, and with a guaranteed product performance and certified by the major industry’s major certification bodies.

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