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Solar panels can't be easily turned off. These panels generate electricity as long as they're exposed to sunlight, leading to safety concerns. In the event of a short circuit or an emergency (such as a fire or flood), they continue to produce potentially lethal amounts of DC voltage (electricity)
PVSTOP is a simple solution to a complicated and technical problem. The coating is applied to solar panels, blocking the light and rendering the solar PV system electrically safe. The PV module does not need to be entirely covered for the panel to be deactivated. Spraying a line down the middle of the panel, for example, and covering only as much as 25% of the cells is enough to interrupt solar power production.
PVSTOP is designed to be used in the event of short circuits, emergency incidents such as fire, flood or storms, as well as during routine maintenance
PVStop's spray delivery system guarantees swift coverage for solar panels. Upon contact, the fire retardant solution blocks light to the PV cells. Neutralizing the panel takes less than three seconds, with complete deactivation achieved in just six seconds.
Designed with convenience in mind, PV Stop mimics the functionality of a fire extinguisher. You can apply PVStop from as close as 5 meters or up to 30 meters away, enabling coating application during installation, maintenance, or emergency situations.
Unpredictable weather conditions are no match for PV Stop. Its polymer film adheres seamlessly to solar panels, maintaining its grip regardless of rain or moisture. Unlike traditional firefighting foam that may slide off, PV Stop's steadfast adherence ensures continuous protection.
Once the job is done, PV Stop can be peeled off by hand without leaving a trace. This non-adhesive solution is designed to protect your solar panels without causing any damage. Even after a year of application, exposure to UV rays and weather elements won't hinder its easy removal.
A common misconception is that solar panels no longer work when damaged or broken. Water applied to a damaged solar panel system (for example during rain) can radically increase the danger of electrocution. By promptly disabling panels and halting arcs, PV Stop effectively prevents flames from spreading.
PVSTOP protects personnel from dangerous electricity. It's a vital safety tool for emergencies.
PVSTOP’s liquid blanket drops electricity to zero, creating safer workplaces.
PVSTOP ensures safety during crises like fires, making solar panels safe.
Enhance site safety by equipping responders and technicians with PVSTOP, boosting personnel well-being.