WIDE RANGE OF BIPV MODULES IN ANY SIZES,
SHAPES AND COLORS
The concept behind BIPV (building integrated photovoltaics) system is to adapt PV modules to various building applications, primarily as alternatives to traditional construction materials used for building roofs, facades , fronts, curtain wall louvres, skylights, balustrades and specific window joinery panes.
The essential component of BIPV is teh system of glass-to-glass modules. Bonding two glass panes with plastic films produces safety glass, a product that is very popular in civil engineering and architecture, where its applictaions span parttitions, balustardes, canopies, etc.
The essential component of BIPV is photovoltaic glass - laminated or insulated glass units with photovoltaic cells embedded. Bonding two glass panes with plastic films produces laminated safety glass, a product that is very popular in civil engineering and architecture, where its applications span building envelopes, balustrades, canopies, sunshades. All BIPV modules types are available in various thicknesses, forms and different visual appearances depending on the requirements of projects.
BENEFITS OF A BIPV MODULES
AESTHETIC AND DESIGN
ANY SIZE, SHAPE AND COLOR
AN ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
ANY COMBINATION OF GLASS: NON-TEMPERED, TEMPERED, SEMI-TEMPERED, TINTED
All BIPV module types are availabe in various thickness and forms, depending on the vision of the architects (to adapt to the installation method and building form). PV integrated glass laminates may comprise ay combination of the following glass types: untempered, tempered, semi-tempered, stained.
BIPV modules not only reduce the cost of electricity used in the building, but also provide an attractive visual complement to its design.