Modular system for solar module manufacturing
Rose + Krieger profiles and connection elements can be assembled and dismantled flexibly and easily for use in production environments. The manufacture of state-of-the-art solar panels is a perfect example.
Aluminium profiles and linear units made by RK Rose + Krieger form an element system and can be assembled, used, dismantled and reused in countless variants for the industrial production of components and modules as well as machinery and equipment. The various components and connecting parts are designed for durable and demanding industrial use. They allow flexible design of entire production lines and can be perfectly tailored to any requirements.
A well-known manufacturer of solar modules has set up a new production line in Germany. The underframes of the walkways used for operating the production lines were created using Rose + Krieger profiles and connectors, instead of being permanently welded. This makes them easier to assemble and gives the company the flexibility to subsequently expand the production lines or adapt them to changing circumstances, without the need for complex interventions.
With Rose + Krieger’s system elements, production lines that need to be changed and adapted again and again as work processes evolve can be updated quickly, cost-effectively and in a way that conserves resources. Elements that are no longer required following an adjustment can be moved elsewhere or stored for later use. The elements’ long service life and reusability make this system solution significantly more cost-effective and sustainable than a one-off production line. What’s more, assembly of the Rose + Krieger elements involves no drilling or welding and can therefore be done even in cleanrooms or controlled environments, subject to a few additional precautions.