Innovative adhesives for the solar industry

At the 26th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference in Hamburg, Henkel will be presenting powerful solutions spanning the entire value chain. To meet the market challenges, Henkel develops innovative adhesives and sealants, because extremely productive manufacturing processes and new concepts for saving materials and energy are vital to the future viability of the solar industry. Customers looking for more information regarding the innovations or who would like to talk to an adhesives or sealants expert will find Henkel in Hall B6, Stand B11.

Visitors to this year’s EU PVSEC can look forward to the presentation of new trends and developments in the photovoltaic industry. As the leading global manufacturer of adhesives and sealants, Henkel will also be there presenting an extensive product portfolio for the automated production of solar modules.

High-tech adhesives for the photovoltaic industry

With solutions from Terostat and Loctite Henkel provides the photovoltaic industry with powerful adhesives, sealants and cleaners for the production and installation of solar modules. For instance outstanding and reliable results are ensured by high-strength frame bondings that are ready for transport within a few minutes or durable and highly resistant backrail bondings.

Weather-resistant PV Backsheets with Liofol

Furthermore, specialists at Henkel will display different adhesive solutions for backsheets used in PV solar modules. With two-component PUR systems developed under the Liofol brand, the world number one in sealants and adhesives has now applied its entire expertise in laminating technology to solving the problems of the solar industry.

Conductive adhesives for the production of solar modules
At the EU PVSEC Henkel will also display conductive adhesives for modern thin-film and crystalline silicon (c-Si) module assembly. These advances address the low stress, faster cure speeds and lower temperature curing requirements.


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