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Posted by on Oct 31, 2016 in Blog |

Go Green Solar Panels

The frameless crystalline solar module is gaining traction in the industry. Some customers prefer the way they look and how they perform. But even with their benefits over their framed cousins, frameless modules haven’t picked up much steam in the installation department. Here’s a quick summary of what’s out there and what’s holding them back. Types A frameless module has a pretty obvious definition—there’s no frame. A dual glass (AKA glass-on-glass or glass-glass, among other names) is also pretty self-explanatory—solar cells are sandwiched between two pieces of glass. Keep in mind that frameless is not a synonym for glass-on-glass. SolarWorld’s glass-glass module (the Sunmodule Protect) has an aluminum frame. On the other end, Solaria’s range of frameless crystalline solar panels have a backsheet instead of two glass pieces. So make sure you’re dealing with a true frameless module. Lumos Solar LSX frameless solar modules on a carport project Benefits The most notable benefit is no need for grounding. Without a metal frame, frameless modules are less likely to shock...

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