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New: The world-fastest single-track system Stringer TT1200 HS solders at 1400 cycles

Freiberg am Neckar (ots) - The STRINGER TT1200 HS High Speed solders solar cell strings in a 2.5 cycle on just one track. It thus outpaces its predecessor by 200 cycles and is currently the fastest single-track system on the global market. A single track means higher throughput per soldering process, less complexity, a lower requirement for replacement parts and fewer operators. With availability at over 95%, the system ensures stable production 24 hours a day, seven days a week. "Our competitors' machines only achieve the performance of STRINGER TT1200 HS with two tracks. We are offering our customers a solution which is currently unique on the market in terms of speed, availability and breakage rates," says Stefan Rosskopf, CEO of the teamtechnik Group.

Success with single-track technology

teamtechnik uses a unique design of hold-down device in its system to separate the actual soldering process from the cell-handling process. This allows companies to ensure 1400 cycles/hour, with a cycle time of 2.5 sec-onds with just one track. This hold-down device also ensures a safe process and perfect string geometry. At the same time, it guarantees extremely low breakage rates - from 0.1-0.3%, depending on the type of cell.

teamtechnik Group has sold stringer systems with a total production capacity of 8 GWp, and is therefore a global market in this segment. The company guarantees its customers 24-hour support anywhere in the world. "We can build one machine every day. None of our competitors can achieve this. We can deliver quickly and at an excellent price-performance ratio," says Stefan Rosskopf, elaborating on the customer-oriented service offered by teamtechnik.

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Uta Straube, Head of Marketing, teamtechnik group
Phone +49 7141 7003-167, Fax +40 7141 7003-145, E-mail:

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