Reliable and Safe Waste Gas Treatment for the Solar Industry
In the production of solar cells, different gases are released. Our compact and efficient waste gas systems combine safe and reliable washing and burning processes in the smallest space. We know that waste gas abatement is essential for the safety of these processes. Based on these core competencies we develop and produce point-of-use abatement solutions for waste gas flows up to 5.000 m³/h.
Point-Of-Use Waste Gas Treatment from DAS for the Solar Industry
Our clients in the solar industry profit from our extensive technical expertise and our detailed knowledge of the manufacturing process for wafer based cells and thinfilm modules with respect to CVD, TCO and drying processes. In principle, DAS systems treat condensable, flammable, corrosive, reactive, toxic and/or pyrophoric gases (e. g. silanes, silane organics, terpineols, hydrogen, ammonia or hydrogen halides) and fine dust.
Our Product Portfolio includes:
- Waste Gas Treatment Systems
- Removal of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC´s) as well as
- Reduction of Fine Dust Emissions.
In addition, DAS offers a combined waste gas and waste water treatment solution to its customers in the solar industry – the Pollution Abatement Facility for Solar Fabs (PAF).
Do you have any questions?
As a specialist in “point-of-use”-waste management technology DAS possesses not only extensive know-how in the treatment of process waste gases, but also has the technological expertise to offer the complete waste gas and wastewater treatment. We answer any of the photovoltaic industry’s questions regarding operational safety and system integration as well as monitoring and remote maintenance. Reliability and low cost of operation are the advantages of our combined waste gas and wastewater treatment.
Pollution Abatement Facility: Combined Waste Gas and Wastewater Treatment by DAS for the Solar Industry
Cleaning and rinsing, cutting and sawing, staining, texturing and coating, down to cleaning the fab — the solar industry’s entire process chain generates waste gases and wastewaters that are contaminated at varying degrees with silicon- or metal dusts; highly alkaline or acidic water also requires treatment and, depending on the process, PEG, fluoride and ammonium might need to be removed from the water. In addition, the production requires high-standard ultra pure water. DAS Environmental Experts looks back on more than 20 years of service experience to solar fabs and our technology offers a unique combination of waste gas and waste water treatment solutions.
- Integrated abatement including water and wastewater treatment
- Safe, reliable, cost-efficient
- Global installed base
- Cost saving through water recycling
- Removal of fine dust and aerosols
- Scalable from Lab to Fab
- Efficient Use of Chemicals due to Combined System Concept
Fields of Application
- Wastewater Treatment after Waste Gas Treatment
- Treatment of washing and flush water
Exhibitions and Case Studies of DAS
SNEC PV POWER EXPO 2023 … 24.–26.05.2023
SNEC 16th International Photovoltaic Power Generation and Smart Energy Conference & Exhibition [SNEC PV POWER EXPO] will be held in Shanghai, China, on May 24–26, 2023. Since its inception in 2007, the exhibition scale of SNEC has undergone remarkable growth,…
SESHA 45th Annual Symposium … 24.–27.04.2023
Exciting news! DAS Environmental Experts will be participating at SESHA’s 45th Annual Symposium from April 24–27, 2023 in Phoenix. We’re thrilled to be a part of this event and share our expertise in EHS environmental health and safety solutions. Our team will be…
Case Study Wet Bench Processes
New Concept for Point-of-Use Abatement of Harmful Gases in Wet Bench Semiconductor Processes Switching Boxes replaced by Point-of-Use Systems In the field of waste gas treatment it is well established practice to treat exhaust air from wet-chemical…
Case Study Thinfilm Silicon
Cost Reduction by Improvements of Waste Gas Treatment at a Silicon Thin Film Solar Cell Mass Production LineImproved Waste Gas treatmentDue to the pressure for cost reduction in a thinfilm PV production line an effort to reduce the running cost of the…