Solarix, a manufacturer of building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) in the Netherlands, has developed a white version of its facade solar panels. According to it, the demand for white BIPV products is growing all over Europe, especially among architects.
“The launch of this new product responds to the high demand for white facade panels in the construction industry,” a company spokesperson said. pv magazine. “We noticed that there was a demand for these products especially from architects.
The company said the panels is colored with ceramic ink. Standard panels are available in different sizes, weight 22.5 kg/m2. The power of the line varies from 110 W/m2 to 190 W/m2 depending on the size and color of the modules.
The front cover is made of tempered low-iron glass with a thickness of 4 mm, while the back side can be covered with tempered black enameled glass. The panels also have connection boxes, and they can be screwed or glued to aluminum fastening systems to be attached to facades.
“The panels can be used in conjunction with the Solarix fixing system, which is glued to the panels and easily attached to the facades,” said the spokesperson.
Solarix also offers colored facade solar panels with construction materials such as stone, composite wood and aluminum.