Solar Energy driving chemical process

Industrial company wants to replace expensive electricity with solar power. Ten solar collectors from Absolicon are currently running a part of the company’s chemical process. The purchaser is called Bomans Lackering and has its headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden. As a subcontractor for the telecom industry, large quantities of hot water are needed for chemical baths that provide gold plating for radio cabinets. The plant is 100m 2 and is mounted on the roof of the company’s headquarters. The customer made use of the government’s solar power subsidies.

Installation facts
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Number of solar collectors: 10
Size of installation: 100 m2
Heat production: 40 kWp
Electricity production: 10 kWp
Mounting: Roof installation
Installation date: 12 October 2011

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