Sika Corporation, supplier of sealing, bonding, reinforcement and protection solutions will exhibit at Solar Power International 2014.
Sika will feature its full line of bonding and sealing solutions for the solar industry including Sikasil engineered silicone solutions for manufacturing, field construction and installation of solar panels and systems.
Sika engineered silicones are speciﬁcally designed to ﬁt into the common production processes and cycle times of PV module and CSP mirror system production. In addition to our high performance silicones, Sika will also display its full range of polyurethane, modified silane-terminated polymer (STP), MMA’s and elastomer adhesives and sealants.
Sika, active in glass bonding technologies in the automotive, transportation and commercial glazing industries, brings to the solar industry more than 15 years direct expertise in advanced application techniques and product technologies for both common and demanding applications. Sikasil two-component silicones have been engineered for assembly operations, field construction and field installation of solar panels and systems.
Sikasil engineered silicones provide stellar performance, accelerated curing speeds and the opportunity for highly automated application techniques resulting in increased process capabilities. Use of our technically advanced products typically eliminates the need for mechanical fixtures, offers options for simplified mounting designs and results in savings in operations, material and labor costs in the assembly process.
“Sika continues to supply the solar industry globally with state-of-the-art, high performing products and solutions from solar panel design and manufacturing to field installation,” said Tony Martin, Vice President Transportation, Appliances and Components. “We continue to have great success in delivering our solar customers a full range of products and solutions to meet their most demanding application requirements. Sika is committed to bringing new technologies to the renewable energy industry, and in our company efforts in sustainability.”