SBM – AREAS OF APPLICATION
SOLAR PARK CLEANING
In particular, solar parks along motorways, railways and airports are heavily polluted by dust swirling, rubber abrasion, brake dust and exhaust emissions. These impurities settle on the solar modules and, in the worst case, even burn into the glass, leading to a loss of yield.
The module can be so badly damaged by bird droppings that it can no longer generate electricity. It is therefore necessary to regularly rid your solar system of bird droppings in order to maintain ideal values in the long run and ensure optimal yield.
SNOW AND LED
Less hours of sunshine and snow-covered photovoltaic systems will significantly reduce your yield. In addition, snow can thaw during the day and form a layer of ice that is difficult to remove.
Ammonia deposits can cause significant yield losses.
The later you carry out a comprehensive ammonia removal, the greater the threat posed by ammonia deposits on solar cells. After a while, a durable and greasy film is formed, which can only be removed by effective mechanical cleaning.
Especially if the solar modules are visibly affected by dirt, dust or sand, you should always react quickly and have the sand removed from the PV systems. Otherwise, you run the risk of significant revenue losses. The combination of wet and dry cleaning is ideal here.
The cleaning system can be easily mounted on a dexterous telescopic loader, which places the cleaning equipment directly in the right place. Thanks to the use of hydraulics, high-quality brushes can reach even the highest points of roofs.