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cleaning and maintenance of solar plants

SAT System Acceptance Testing Valent® in manufacturing plant.

November 17th, 2011

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The Valent® cleaning system, of Laitu Solar, achieves a 99.75% reflectivity in CCP mirrors even after 20 years of use

November 17th, 2011

This is the main conclusion from the report prepared by the Institute of Technology AIDO to assess the non-damaging qualities of Valent®

Both the technology and the process, patented by Laitu Solar, are designed to achieve effective cleaning without causing damage to the mirrors

The report’s results of the Non-damaging Assessment Process of the Mechanical Cleaning System of Cylinder Parabolic Mirrors (CCP), Valent® , carried out by the Technological Institute of Optics, Colour and Imaging (AIDO​​) has shown that both the technology and the process patented by Laitu Solar, guarantee excellent cleaning without damaging the CCP mirrors, resulting in a high reflectivity, and thus, greater solar thermal plant productivity even after 20 years of use.

 

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Laitu Solar at CSP Today USA 2011, Las Vegas (29-30 June)

September 29th, 2011

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AIDO and LAINSA develop a new method that measures the level of cleaning of solar mirrors.

June 13th, 2011

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Laitu Solar has been created

November 21st, 2010

Grupo Dominguis and Iturri join forces to create Spain’s leading power plant maintenance company
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Iturri and Dominguis presented Laitu Solar to Minister of Economy of the Government of Andalusia in CSP Today

November 15th, 2010

This new organisation, the result of an association between two industry leaders, brings innovation to the thermosolar industry
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