This supplier is exhibiting at Intersolar Europe.

Product Groups

  • Operation and maintenance of solar power installations (O&M)

Contact Information

+52 352 288069
ZARO 2-4 rue Gustave Loosé
8346 Grass, Luxembourg
Individual company presentation

Since its market launch in 2017, SolarCleano has left its mark in the world of solar energy. The Luxembourgish robot is now exported all over the world and add-ons are developed constantly: brushes of different hardnesses that can be changed in seconds, XL brushes for quick cleaning of large installations, "safety gliders" for steeper slopes...

The SolarCleano F1 robot is born from a very simple ambition: to speed up the cleaning process of solar panels, making it less dangerous (no work at height) and less physically demanding. Thanks to its two helix-shaped brushes, the robot cleans without leaving any traces after the first passage, thus reducing cleaning time immensely. The different brush sizes and hardnesses, which can all work together, adapt to the modules: soft brushes for the water-free cleaning of fragile, dusty modules, hard brushes for sticking dirt, as e.g. on floating modules.

The cleaning robot is a guarantee of 360° use, applicable to all types of installation, whether dusty, dirty or wet. The robot has been used on various types of photovoltaic installations: on the ground, in solar fields, on roofs, on floating modules...

Since June 2019 the SolarCleano F1 has a little brother: the SolarCleano M1 (for Mini). With its featherweight of 38kg, it is the ideal alternative for smaller installations. Both are controlled from the ground and battery powered.

The next development of the Solarcleano is its automation. This novelty is particularly suitable for installations where cleaning is done at night and access to manpower is difficult. The robot is programmed to clean the entire module surface in the most efficient way and then return to the charging station.

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