Christopher Associates to Introduce New Photovoltaic Bus Bar Sealant from Tonsan

The company will introduce a new bus bar sealant from Tonsan, Asia's largest manufacturer, at Intersolar North America, which is scheduled to take place July 13-15 in San Francisco.

Christopher Associates, one of the leading suppliers to the photovoltaic industry, today announced that it will introduce a new bus bar sealant from Tonsan, Asia's largest manufacturer, at Intersolar North America, which is scheduled to take place July 13-15 in San Francisco.


The demand for 25-year product lifetimes has led Tonsan to research and develop new materials with advanced performance characteristics and environmental resistance. As a critical link in the mono/polycrystalline manufacturing process, bus bar sealing demands superior compatibility with the films and electrical components with which it comes in contact.

The unique chemistry of Tonsan 1526 offers superior electrical and fire resistance, excellent resistance to aging and harsh environments, and excellent adhesion to all of the materials used in the process.

For more information, visit Christopher Associates' technical experts in booth #9247 at Intersolar North America, call Michael Moreau at 714-979-7500 or visit www.christopherweb.com.

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For further information, please contact:
Michael Moreau
Director of Business development
Christopher Associates Inc.
3617 W. MacArthur Blvd.
Santa Ana, CA 92704
714-979-7500
www.christopherweb.com

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