Saint-Gobain shows SolarBond Membrane off


Constructed from modified silicone-rubber material, SolarBond Membrane demonstrates outstanding durability through repeated lamination cycles, as the company states.

Used as a process aid in securing and sealing all module components with ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) adhesive film, the membrane is highly resistant to EVA outgassing at the high heat exposure (up to temperatures of 220?C) used in the module lamination process.

It also retains its inherent flexibility and tear-resistance through repeated handling, protecting both the module and equipment to increase service life and lower costs.

Saint-Gobain Solar will also feature SolarBond InFrame, an intelligent, innovative and instant solution for solar module manufacturing and SolarBond Frame Tapes for a flexible, durable hold in framing solar modules at the EU PVSEC.

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