collector production

  • 1 million m2 collectors produced in Konya, Turkey

    The Turkish solar thermal manufacturer Solimpeks announced to have produced 1 million m2 of collector area in its 17 years of company history. In a press release from the beginning of June it says that Solimpeks exports to 70 countries across the globe. The company reached place...
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    New export-orientated collector and tank factory in Turkey

    Collector and tank producer Bural Solar, founded in 2015, showed its product range at this year’s Mostra Convegno, an international trade fair in Milan, Italy, Mid March. The founder of the company, Hakan Alas, has been working in the solar thermal industry for 20 years. The export-focused...
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    State-of-the-art collector production in Uzbekistan

    Last November, Uzbek-based Artel Group gave a tour of its new collector and tank production facility in the capitel city Tashkent. It houses the manufacturing lines for selectively coated and laser-welded collectors traded under the brand name Royal. Stainless steel tanks...
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  • New Zealand: Over 35 Years of Steel Absorber Collector Production

    For more than 35 years, Thermocell collectors have been exclusively manufactured in New Zealand. Developed and commercialised in the late 1970s by Professor Emeritus Arthur Williamson from the University of Canterbury, these patented collector types have been produced in Christchurch ever...
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  • Bulgaria: Prisoners Make Solar Water Heaters in Sofia

    When it comes to renewable energies policy, Bulgaria is certainly not the most progressive country in Europe. So what GE Prisons Production (GE PP) did was an even more notable endeavour: The government-owned company established a so-called Green Plant on the premises of the Sofia Central...
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    Crimea: Plans to Establish New Collector Production

    According to the announcements by the Crimean Ministry of Industry Policy, the peninsula should get its first solar collector production unit soon. The government has plans to establish a solar collector and heat pump factory in the industrial area of Feodossija, an article on the...
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  • Germany: Management Buyout of Schüco’s Collector Production

    Newly founded German company SolMetall has purchased Schüco’s assembling line for collectors and mounting systems and will continue to produce the products previously offered by Schüco. The three former Schüco employees who founded SolMetall in the German town of...

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  • Germany: Schüco Closes Bielefeld Collector Factory

    It was the beginning of December when German collector manufacturer Schüco International KG officially announced to close its collector factory in the German town of Bielefeld in North Rhine-Westphalia. The announcement ended the speculations that had already circulated among German...

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  • Uruguay: FUCO Produces Flat Plate Collectors in Montevideo

    It has been one year since FUCO (Fábrica Uruguaya de Colectores Solares Planos) started its production of flat plate collectors in the Uruguayan capital of Montevideo. Right now, the monthly output is at 800 m² and can be increased if necessary, says Director Daniel Sztern....

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  • Austria: Collector Production Unit for Sale

    The factory for sale in Austria is a complete and new production facility for standard flat plate collectors. “The buyer will be able to manufacture and sell high-quality collector modules without any delay,” the worldwide shown ad explains. The production capacity of the absorber and...

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  • Russia: New Solar Collector Production Launched in Penza

    February 2012 has seen the launch of a new serial production of solar collectors in the city of Penza in central Russia, 600 km southeast of Moscow. The new collector type was designed by scientists from the Penza State Technological Academy (PSTA). The rights for the newly developed...

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