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Helmut Kantner
12-30-2013 07:35 AM

Waterless cleaning of solar parks

Waterless cleaning of solar parks. Can anyone help us on that. I saw a while ago a System with type of vaccum cleaning but can't recall it anymore
12-30-2013 10:19 AM
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cyril samuel
12-30-2013 10:19 AM
Hi Mr. Helmut...

You can use nano technology spare for solar panels.
No Cleaning is required - cyrilsamuel@yahoo.com
12-30-2013 12:23 PM
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Hiro Chandwani
12-30-2013 12:23 PM
Please visit www.hiroenergysolutions.com and contact with the details of the project. It is possible to design systems for PV as well as for CSP fields.
12-30-2013 03:15 PM
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K. Sobhan Babu
12-30-2013 03:15 PM
HI sir,
If you have any waterless panel cleaning solution then please let me know !!
Please send me the details about the model to star@sanmargfame .com
12-30-2013 05:43 PM
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Delyan Vassilev
12-30-2013 05:43 PM
Dear Mr Kantner,

I would like to recommend you one of our partners who are using special steam cleaning machine.
Example: They need only two liters of water to wash a car/ vehicle!

If you still interesting in please contact me - d.iliev@salida.bg

Kind regards,

12-30-2013 08:22 PM
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Justin Bowen
12-30-2013 08:22 PM
Using maintenance crews to remove dust with blowers or vaccums can work to a point. Water or steam can cause thermal shock to glass used in panel construction and cause them to break. In areas pron to dust and dirt consider putting in a wind barrier or plan on having a maintenance program.
12-30-2013 11:05 PM
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12-30-2013 11:05 PM
I am so glad to know you , we sincere to cooperate with you in solar business.
Our company 'BLD Solar ' is a professional group company specializing in manufacture and export of solar panel.
In fact , our company's solar panels are also very popular in Romania market , and one of solar plant chose our panels.
Please kindly inform us your comment.Any comment will be highly appreciated.
Best regards,
12-31-2013 01:48 AM
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Andreas Woell
12-31-2013 01:48 AM
I am always astonished about the answers to a question that need simple information.
But as always, salesmen are trying to answer a question they don't really understand.
Or does it help to learn about Chinese Modules or steam cleaning? (by the way, not really dry ;-)) )


Dry cleaning systems are still on a status of development. There are some systems out there, but more experimental than really working succesfully and reliable.
Most of the R&D done in this field are by Universities in coop with bigger companies.

Helmut, KAUST (University in Saudi Arabia - www.kaust.edu.sa) is doing R&D in this field in coop with SUNPOWER and TOTAL.. Maybe they can help.
12-31-2013 04:09 AM
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Sanjayan Marat
12-31-2013 04:09 AM
Let us utilize the discussion forum more creative,by posting the relevant comments, which shall help the community to move right direction
I agree 100% with Mr. Andreas, many of the members are using this forum for unethical advertisements, and or posting inappropriate comments, some times with out understanding the subject
I mark Mr. Roger's comment as "inappropriate" and it is now flagged for review

Regarding the Solar PV module cleaning, as of now I did not hear any "proven" technology with or without using water
I did some experiments and found, the automatic water flushing system helps in cleaning and cooling the module surface
I did one month experiment (in May, the humid season in Kerala, India) use 2 nos 100 Wp modules and found 15 % difference in power generation
One module left with out any cleaning, and other equipped with a 60 Ltr/minute water pump with a controller, which flush water at 11:30 AM and 3:00 PM
This helps to cool the PV module temperature (help the cell's power generation capacity) and keep the module surface clean 95%
12-31-2013 06:14 AM
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cyril samuel
12-31-2013 06:14 AM
Hello sir,

we have solution for water less cleaning...

No water, steam, vaccum or man power require...

if you require? please send us the mail..

12-31-2013 08:56 AM
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Randy Binter
12-31-2013 08:56 AM
Yes do it at night or just as the sun come up
Wash with Rainex is the best and easy to use
Randy Binter
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