BIPVco has developed in house, highly innovative and high output manufacturing systems that can facilitate the demands of the range of roof systems currently available in the market whilst maintaining efficiency of manufacture and product quality at every stage of the process. Moisture sensitive components and materials are stored and assembled in our 150m2 dry assembly facility which is maintained at a relative humidity of < 3% at 21 degrees Centigrade.
In depth process analysis combined with advanced module architecture design has enabled optimisation of material utilisation and reduced cycle times at all stages. Our engineers employ established techniques such as RCM (Reliability Centred Maintenance) to ensure maximum line availability.
Process stability is maintained by Statistical Process Control regimes to ensure optimum quality. These techniques, combined with our all-encompassing TQP (Total Quality Performance) ethos and practices put people at the forefront of operations, progress and innovation.
Providing a safe and stimulating work environment has been and will continue to be the paramount focus and driving force in our factory process design and operation. Our Assembly Operators are trained to the highest standards and are multi-functional. Each sub-assembly and material input is tracked using unique barcodes and the operators themselves have unique barcode identifiers to enable any potential quality issues to be tracked and corrective actions to be speedily carried out.
Each product is power rated on BIPVco’s in-house designed and manufactured SUN Simulator (which at 6m x 2m is one of the largest in the world) and then stored accordingly. Every module supplied will have its power rated on the SUN Simulator to enable customers to optimise their system design to ensure maximum yield.