Revolutionary New Solar Cell Facility Uses PSP to Safely Handle Corrosive Fume Exhaust

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Courtesy of FAB-TECH Incorporated

In these days of ever rising energy costs, one Canadian company has unveiled a new type of solar cell technology to harness the nearly limitless potential of the sun. This new solar cell technology, expected to revolutionize the advanced photovoltaic cell industry, uses thousands of tiny silicon spheres as the focus of this breakthough. And Fab-Tech's PermaShield Pipe played a major role in the corrosive exhaust system of this new manufacturing facility.

Background:
Spherical Solar Power (SSP) of Cambridge, Ontario debuted their new manufacturing plant in June of 2004, and is Canada's first full-scale solar cell manufacturing facility. 'The features that immediately grabbed me' commented Vince Rocca, Fab-Tech Director of Industrial Sales, 'were the size of the facility, the semiconductor like cleanliness, and the overwhelming use of automation in the manufacturing process.' At over 190,000 square feet, the high bay plant is also an excellent showcase for the cutting-edge technology of Spherical's parent company, ATS (Automated Tooling Systems, Inc.).

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