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India: NAL develops new sputtered Absorber Coating

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on October 29, 2010

 Magnetron sputtering process” The Surface Engineering Division of the Bengaluru-based Indian National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) has developed a new sputtered absorber coating, which could be applied to 6" stainless steel tubes of Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) plants once the technology has passed the laboratory stage. A Magnetron sputtering process is used to cover the surface with the TiAlN/TiAlON/Si3N4 tandem coating.
Photo: NAL

India: First Coating for Aluminium Fins

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on October 11, 2010

 Maharaja Techno Chromes” First of its kind in India: Bengaluru-based Maharaja Techno Chromes, one of the largest solar coating companies in India, uses the Nalsun technology to coat aluminium fins in black chrome.
Photo: Maharaja Techno Chromes

Washed Glass: 24-hour Just-in-Time Supply

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on July 24, 2009

Petraglas in Austria” Greenonetec in Austria is the first collector factory in Europe that has its own glass supplier next door. Petraglas set up a production unit just across the road. This is a model already standard in China, where the material suppliers are situated in the same industrial area as the collector manufacturers. Photo: Greenonetec

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