Production process

Solarday’s production know-how stands for many years of experience, new impulses and innovative new developments. They are a guarantee for maximum profitability and an optimum manufacturing process. Careful selection of BOM components, regular tests on suppliers and constant quality controls ensure the exceptional quality of the modules finished.


Technical service

Our technical engineers and production staff will assist and give a detail oriented solution to any challenge from our customers such as customized dimensions, specific electrical parameters or a need for modules outside the main trends. Solarday interacts with all other PV equipment such as inverters, microinverters and optimizers. Also happy to provide technical details such as drawings and PAN files for main software and solar platforms on the market.

Made in Europe

  • Glass loading | EVA sheet positioning
  • Classic – Half Cut Cell assembling | Automatic sorter
  • Solar Cell Stringer Machine | Less Mechanical and thermal
  • Totally automatic Tabber | Strings layout
  • PV Cell Stringer Layup Machine | EVA glass layers
  • Qualitative control | Electroluminescence pre-lamination
  • Lamination | Advanced technology
  • Trimming | Framing | Junction box Connection
  • Welding electrical connections | Contacts of the junction box
  • Test Control | Flash test | Electroluminescence
  • Traceability | Serial Record | Label application
  • Cleaning Packaging / Final stage

Quality control

Our quality control is related to 100% of the production and is articulated in a series of controls regarding the conformity of the finished panel. The first control is a grounding control that allows you to isolate panels with problems of incorrect current transmission, then we have an electrical control that allows selection and division into power class.

An electroluminescence check is then performed which allows the company to select the panels based on problems of fractures or microcracks of cells not visible to the naked eye that are that are then being removed from the line..

The panels are then manually and visually checked by the packaging managers who, in addition to cleaning the modules, perform the final visual check, place the labels on the back and on the frame and proceed to securely pack the photovoltaic modules that will then be shipped to the final destination.