IncreaseLIFETIMELongevity and stability of MARINE PV module performance are the key attributes of reduced PV electricity cost. Thanks to unique ViaSolis lamination technology MARINE PV modules are distinguished by significantly increased LIFETIME.
Superior water vapor tightnessDue to additional thermo sealing ViaSolis MARINE PV module has at least 1000 times better water vapor diffusion protection comparing to the conventional PV modules that distinguishing ViaSolis module in PV industry.
Higher YIELDImproved encapsulation transmittance, enhanced light wave absorption, increased heat dissipation, reduced reflection losses – features that increase the YIELD of ViaSolis MARINE PV module up to 10%.
Stable yields over the long-term
While the performance of glass-foil modules facing sharp decreases after 20 years at the latest due week stability of encapsulation structure, higher quality MARINE PV modules assures long-lasting performance over 30 years. However, manufacturing of MARINE PV module is quite complicated, demanded for specially intended machinery and knowledge.
Protected by thermo-sealing
The Life time with in stable and lowest as possible degradation is the best value evaluation of PV module. Technically, those features depend on encapsulation technology and features of the encapsulation materials to remain stable during number of thermo cycles, constant UV array and water vapour diffusion which is measured by the amount of the water to be absorbed by sc.m. of encapsulation material per day (g/m2/day).
Due to additional thermo sealing applied at 100% of module perimeter, ViaSolis Marine module becomes 1000 times water vapour diffusion tighter comparing to conventional modules, produced using the best water tight foil, widely claimed to be capable of floating PV
1000 times better water vapor diffusion tight
The glass is 3 times better thermal conductor than polymer-based back sheet used by conventional modules..
Wider spectrum of use
Encapsulate used in ViaSolis modules has a 20% higher transmission of light in UVB range, that measurably improves power output of the module due to increased performance at low solar radiation conditions (for example on cloudy days, mornings and evenings).