UNCOMPROMISING QUALITY MANAGEMENT FOR HIGH-QUALITY, HIGH-PERFORMANCE SOLAR MODULES

A reliable product needs consistent quality management. For AVANCIS, this means not just monitoring all business and manufacturing processes, but also consistent further development and sustainable business management. More than 140 control and measurement points as an integral part of the production line guarantee continual process monitoring and guarantee top quality standards. But that alone isn't enough for us. To achieve continuous improvement and make optimum use of the recorded values, we use the databased statistical quality management method Six Sigma. This accelerates technological development and guarantees that our customers receive CIS photovoltaic modules of the utmost quality. 

 

 


Certified processes for premium-quality solar modules

Our CIS modules are certified to IEC by the German certification body TÜV Rheinland, but also meet the strict American requirements under the UL standard, and carry the British MCS certification, both of which are subject to continuous checking through annual audits.


Manufacturing premium photovoltaics means taking on environmental responsibility

As a founder member of the voluntary recycling association PV CYCLE and a manufacturer of sustainable CIS solar modules, the environment is an additional quality criterion for AVANCIS: The international environmental management standard ISO 14001:2004, with its globally acknowledged requirements for environmental management systems, is thus fundamental to our corporate activities.

Link to document: PV Cycle

Link to document: ISO 14001:2004

Link to document: ISO 9001:2008

Link to document: ISO 18001:2007

We have also prescribed systematic energy management pursuant to ISO 50001:2011 at our company, in order to make the energy sources, energy use and energy consumption as efficient as possible.

Link to document: ISO 50001:2011

Our PowerMax® 3.5 module also meets safety regulations and standards:

IEC 61646:2004+A1:2011. Testing comprises the hail impact test, UV radiation, damp heat test, mechanical load test, hot spot test, scratch test, humidity frost test and the module breaking test.

Link to document: IEC 61701:2011 salt mist corrosion testing 

Link to document: IEC 62716:2013 ammonia corrosion testing

EN 61730:2007+A1:2012 The conformity of the photovoltaic module with the above regulations is confirmed with the CE Mark. The device meets the requirements of protection class II for electrical equipment, which is now covered by the above standard.

Link to document: You will find the relevant CE declaration here: PowerMax® 3.5 CE declaration