Our R&D department currently is working and will continue to work on new, innovative products for the photovoltaic industry. Already this year, we have introduced new alloys and fluxes. We will launch even more new products in the coming months.
Solders and fluxes for soldering PV panels
Josef Jost, President | Balver Zinn
Q. Josef, although Balver Zinn does not produce solar cells, your products are used in various solar applications. Can you tell us about some of these applications and how they benefit the industry?
Q. What drove Balver Zinn to enter the solar industry?
Q. Balver Zinn and the Cobar division provide flux pens for customers that want to hand solder their own solar panels. How do the pens work?
Q. You recently introduced a new variant of your unique lead-free solder, Balver Zinn SN100C™, in the form of SN100CS™ solder. Please tell us about this new development.
Q. What are some of the common issues that customers face in solar manufacturing and how does Balver Zinn help to solve them?
Q. Photovoltaic contributions are expected to increase drastically over the next 10 years. How will Balver Zinn contribute to this growth?A. Our R&D department currently is working and will continue to work on new, innovative products for the photovoltaic industry. Already this year, we have introduced new alloys and fluxes. We will launch even more new products in the coming months.
Established more than 30 years ago, Balver Zinn GmbH & Co. KG is a family-owned and operated company. Today, the company is among the leading providers of specialist anodes with various alloys, as well as soft solders and special wires and fluxes developed by the Cobar manufacturing facility of Balver Zinn. All Balver Zinn products yield excellent results in the printed circuit board (PCB) industry and are used in electronics assembly, microelectronics, solar and electrical engineering applications.
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