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Almaden dual glass module has excellent transparency and goes along with the buildings by making them more beautiful and eco. Dual glass modules own fire class A resistance and can be used as the roof building materials to some applications as the sun houses, greenhouses, patios, carports, corridors etc.


Dual glass modules are much more durable under complexed conditions. The glass materials let in 0% water moistures, and are resistant to the UV light. So the modules have longer lifetime and giving out more power.


Almaden dual glass modules have obtained the TUV, UL, ETL etc. certificates. The modules withstand snow pressure up to 5400Pa and wind pressure up to 2400Pa. Along with the anti-PID, anti-micro cracks properties, and fire class A properties, dual glass modules can secure the owner’s property to the utmost.


Almaden dual glass modules are suitable to be used on the roofs. They are only less than 12kg/㎡ and no burden to the roofs. For verandas, carports and greenhouses, dual glass modules can be used as the roof, which will save more investment and get more incomes. 

The modules are made of two sheets of thermally tempered glass. They are robust, flexible and durable, transparent. It is the best choice for all kinds of buildings.


Almaden dual glass can be integrated into roof structures and make better buildings. The modules can also bend as curve, leaving more space to the BIPV designing.

SEAP40

SEAP40

Dimension:

1502mm × 990mm × 5mm


Weight:

19.6KG

     

Output:

165W ~ 180W


Certification:

1450162862222336


SEAM40

SEAM40

Dimension:

1502mm × 990mm × 5mm


Weight:

19.6KG

     

Output:

175W ~ 190W


Certification:

1450162862222336


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