ViscoTec at exhibition SNEC in Shanghai

Chinese photovoltaic exhibition - highlight for the Manufacturing Industry

ViscoTec employees at SNEC in China
(PresseBox) ( Töging a. Inn, )
From February 22th -24th 2011 the SNEC, one of the largest photovoltaic shows in the world, took place in Shanghai. In 13 exhibition halls 1.818 exhibitors from over 60 countries presented everything around the use of solar energy. Approximately 180.000 visitors could learn about the full range of wafer and module manufacturers to providers of solar systems for end customers. Another focus was on the equipment manufacturers for the manufacturing industry.

In this field ViscoTec presented itself as a manufacturer of dosing systems which have proven for several steps in the wafer and solar module manufacturing.

Therefore treatment systems for degassing of adhesives and sealants, high-precision dosing pumps for 1 and 2-components materials as well as emptying and conveying systems for metal pastes (eg. silver paste, aluminum paste) are in use.

Due to its special technology (endless piston principle) ViscoTec systems are particularly suitable for conveying and dosing of medium to high viscosity, filled, abrasive or shear-sensitive materials. With high-precision systems that can be easily integrated into different system concepts ViscoTec offers its customers process safety, efficiency improvement and cost reduction.

This high standard of quality of ViscoTec products meets the requirements of the photovoltaic industry which is reflected in the huge market success of ViscoTec in this growing market.

The next platform for the presentation of photovoltaic applications ViscoTec uses the occasion of the EU PVSEC in Hamburg in September.
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