A photovoltaic system consists of photovoltaic modules (solar modules), which in turn consist of individual solar cells. The conversion of sunlight into electrical current takes place in these cells. There are different types of solar cells (monocrystalline, polycrystalline or thin-film solar cells).
Above all, however, there are great qualitative differences between the modules of different manufacturers with regard to service life and efficiency. These stem from the manufacturing process and the quality of the materials used.
It is not unusual for photovoltaic modules to be damaged by weathering processes; the performance of the solar cells is diminished rapidly by the penetration of moisture (moisture diffusion).
The plasma nozzles can be easily integrated into new or existing manufacturing lines. This system is distinguished by high process reliability, short cycle times, and high processing speeds.