At this years Intersolar, taking place in June 8 to 10, Bisol will show a wide range of mono and multicrystalline silicon photovoltaic modules designed for both commercial and residential applications in a 240 m2 booth.
Bisols new monocrystalline PV modules are available in three power classes – 233, 239 and 245 watt peak. All modules are available with white or the extremely elegant black back sheet, and a choice of a silver or black frame, in addition to the ten year product warranty.
Another aesthetic option for modern PV systems is using a module with transparent back sheet which allows light to pass through. This is suitable for winter gardens, greenhouses and car parks.
Bisol has extensive experience installing PV modules. Thus the company also offers a complete PV Kit solution, which consists of the best components available in the market to optimize module performance. The Kit comes in different sizes but customers can personalize their own PV Kit to suit their home.
The company went a step further by including complimentary items, such as pliers for connecting Tyco connectors, solar cables, data logger and communicator.
In April 2011 Bisol launched a new range of mounting systems developed by its own R&D department, which will be on display at Intersolar. Smarter solutions for understructures, including aluminium triangular understructures and a polyethylene plastic base, allow all elements to function independently, or as a part of a more complex unit.
The triangular understructure is suitable for mounting on flat roofs. Aluminium makes it lightweight yet robust, and L-shape sections can be used on many different types of flat roofs. The innovative plastic base allows for the construction of a wind-friendly aerodynamic structure, achieved without having to penetrate the roof.
Its design reflects an expert understanding of the laws of thermodynamics, providing more efficient cooling of the photovoltaic modules. The plastic base weighs much less than the typical aluminium parts, and is extremely easy to install. Therefore, weight and costs of the base can be reduced by up to 20 percent, while set-up time can be reduced by more than 80 percent.