SATINAL, EVA film for the production of photovoltaic modules
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Satinal Spa, thanks to decades of experience gained in the field of construction of systems and solutions for laminated glass, has decided to respond to these needs by bringing the production of EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate) films internally, also used for the production of modules PV.
With headquarters in Erba (CO) and operating offices located in Europe, North America, South America, and the Middle East, the Como-based company boasts a staff of about thirty people, capable of developing a turnover that is around € 10 million through diversification of the product range.
STRATO® is an EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate) film, a polymer that is used for a wide range of applications in different industrial sectors, including the production of photovoltaic modules. Produced by Satinal – the leading producer of EVA films in Italy – the company’s commitment is to offer a 100% Italian product that meets the high standards of our country. In fact, a product linked to glass is treated in a country that has always proven to be at the forefront in the development of the best technologies in the sector.
“We also design and manufacture lamination, tempering and chemical hardening ovens with the TK brand – says Dr. Marco Bresciani, partner and CEO of Satinal together with his brother Eng. Luca Bresciani. Therefore, operating in the laminated glass sector through the construction of the systems, a couple of years ago we felt the need to bring EVA production technology. “
“Taking advantage of the customer base of our ovens and having already acquired an in-depth knowledge of this market over time – says Marco Bresciani – we have thus decided to start producing this film, called STRATO, within our factory in Erba, with the aim to become a new reference point in the glass lamination sector at an international level “.
Another innovative product is STRATO® FRESCO, the solar control EVA, very interesting because it is able to absorb almost all the solar radiation, allowing buildings located in countries with typically hot climates to drastically reduce the use of air conditioning and consequently, greenhouse gas emissions, as well as a reduction in electricity costs.