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Hot Melt Adhesive/Sealant

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Greg M. Jung
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No Release Paper Needed
Greg M. Jung   5/25/2014 11:16:33 AM
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Good point about no release paper needed for this product.  This helps make this process a little 'greener' over conventional adhesive tapes.

Ivan Kirkpatrick
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Lowering cost of PV modules
Ivan Kirkpatrick   8/23/2011 4:25:04 AM
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I would hope this would contribute to the lowering of the costs of producing PV modules.  Getting the cost of these modules downa dn improving the efficiencies, both electrically and for manufacturing is a good place to be for this product.

I would also think that long term stability in the field would be a good characteristic to elaborate on.  I am not sure of what loads other than thermal the PV modules experience in the field but it would definitely be helpful to be able to point to the manufacturers long term studies of the adhesive performance in field conditions.

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