Bentek Solar Combiners Sales Now Exceed 100MW

The company has sold more than 100MW of solar combiners to the solar marketplace.

SAN JOSE, CA ― August 2010 ― Bentek Solar, a leader in manufacturing and engineering solutions for complex electro-mechanical and power distribution systems for the semiconductor and solar industries, announces that it has sold more than 100MW of solar combiners to the solar marketplace.

"We are pleased to announce that Bentek Solar has sold more than 100MW of solar combiners to both small and large solar customers and installations throughout North America and Canada. Bentek Solar continues to find great success by focusing and optimizing Configure-To-Order (CTO) solar combiners that meet and exceed the exacting needs of our customers," said John H. Buckley, leading the Marketing and Sales organization at Bentek Solar.

Bentek's solar combiners offer a comprehensive selection of input, output and ampacity configurations to suit any need. For more information about Bentek Solar's combiners or to view online data sheets, visit www.BentekSolar.com.

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About Bentek Solar
Founded in 1985, Bentek is a leader in manufacturing and engineering solutions for complex electro-mechanical and power distribution systems for the semiconductor and solar industries. Bentek has applied these extensive capabilities and knowledge into a comprehensive family of standard and configure-to-order (CTO) solar combiner products. These solar combiners provide quality, ease of installation and safety to the solar industry. For more information, contact Bentek Solar at 866-505-0303, e-mail JohnB@bentek.com or visit http://www.BentekSolar.com.

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