The production infrastructure is planned to operate in an indoor area of 8000 m2, with an annual capacity of 300 MW as a 1st Phase investment. The capacity of the line can be increased to 500 MW with the addition of a stringer and laminator. In terms of minimizing the space requirement at the point of capacity increase, double-layer laminator was preferred in the 1st phase.

Our production line, which has CE certificate, works with full automation. As a conscious choice, the Jbox manual soldering station has been sized to allow upgrades at the point where the technology has matured and existing automation solutions have reached the desired reliability. Similarly, labeling station production numbers are sized to allow for escalation when they reach the size that requires label automation.

While our production line is optimized for Mono PERC cells, which is the current cell technology, it is designed with flexibility and competence to adapt to TOPCON technology, which is expected to take over the flag in the coming years.

Quality Oriented Production

Production and non-air-conditioned warehouse areas are physically separated from each other, and the entrances and exits to the production area are limited so that material traffic is carried out by air curtains and human traffic is carried out by air showers. Thus, it is aimed to protect the air-conditioning and particle-free clean environment in the production area.

In the air-conditioned warehouse, the necessary temperature and humidity conditions for specific raw materials are precisely monitored and kept constant within a narrow range.

A heat exchanger system has been established for the recovery of waste heat at the stations that heat the environment.

The curing line is designed as an enclosed and isolated tunnel where the high humidity level required by the silicone is provided and the panels will be kept for 4 hours.

It is ensured that the panels enter the Solar simulator station at a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius required by the standard, and the reliability of the test results is guaranteed by verifying using calibrated panels (golden samples) at the beginning of each shift with the automatic calibration station.

There are a total of 3 EL devices on the line, the first of which is in the Stringer device, the second in the prelaminater and the third in the final test station. Similarly, there are three visual inspection stations, one after the auto bussing station, one after the laminator, and the last before the sorting station at the end of the line.

Within the production line, there is an effective quality control laboratory equipped with appropriate equipment for process quality engineers to perform the necessary tests.

Performance information on product labels shows actual test results directly from testers. No matter where the test results for each product are produced on the line, they are recorded in the information management system to be shared with the customer or for statistical analysis and can be accessed again when needed.

Sorting Station

The panels are divided into groups at the classification station at the end of the line so that products with the same current value are collected on the same pallet. The classification criteria are clearly defined and their meticulous implementation is under the responsibility of our quality control engineers who have been trained by experts in the subject. At the classification station, the panels are automatically placed vertically in cardboard packages on the transport trolleys where the class they belong to, and the boxing process is completed by covering only the side and top covers in a way that minimizes the need for handling.