Teknisolar SRL




This supplier is exhibiting at Intersolar Europe.

Product Groups

  • Manufacturing Equipment for solar cells, modules, thin films

Contact Information

+39 0873 568537
Teknisolar SRL
Via Conicella, 19
66054 Vasto (CH), Italy
Individual company presentation

Thomas Jefferson used to say “If you want something you've never had, you have to do something you've never done”.

Inspired by this philosophy, the Teknisolar team has invested thirteen years in research and development to develop a system that is totally different from the competitor laminators, and that concretely solves all the most recurring problems that solar panel manufacturers attribute to the lamination process, allowing a noteworthy increase in productivity.

All laminators on the market are equipped with a membrane, which exerts pressure on the panel by means of applying different chamber pressures below and above the membrane. In addition, they heat the solar panels only from below.

Robostak is a membrane-less technology that allows increasing the quality and productivity thanks to three factors:

When processing glass-glass modules, especially those that contain very thin glass that is becoming more and more common, traditional lamination technology requires rigid protection around the panel (for example frames or corners) to counteract excessive bending of the outer edges of the upper glass, due to the pressure exerted by the membrane. This phenomenon is called "edge pinch". The same, if not prevented, could lead to the breaking of the glass or, over time, could be the cause of delamination, as the glass will tend to return to its initial form.

Our technology completely eliminates this phenomenon.

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