Serial production initiated - SunCool factory in China to be inaugurated

Next week, on January 24th 2018, SaltX Technology’s Chinese partner for NSECT will officially inaugurate its newly-built SunCool factory in Yuyao, for manufacturing of SunCool collectors based on SaltX technology. Customers, investors, partners and government officials from Sweden and China will attend the inauguration. As serial production started end of last year, the first batch of SunCool collectors is now being manufactured for delivery end of January.

The factory has a total area of 22,500m2 and consists of two factory buildings with an office building for up to 100 employees. Initially, the annual production capacity will be 1 million core tubes filled with SaltX patented energy storage material. A ramp up of the current, relatively low production rate, is anticipated within the coming months in order to meet an increasing market demand.

"The start of serial production and inauguration of the SunCool factory mark an important milestone in the history of SaltX. We now have the large-scale manufacturing capabilities in place to meet the global market demand, both within and outside China”, says Karl Bohman, CEO of SaltX Technology.

The inauguration is a two-day event and includes, in addition to the formal ceremony and dinner banquet, a factory tour with a preview of the production line.

Click here to view a brief video clip with an interview with Karl Bohman.
https://youtu.be/eoWamgVqXIU

For more information, please contact:
Karl Bohman, CEO SaltX Technology, tel: +46-705 600 268

About SunCool
The SunCool collector produces and stores clean energy. It produces both heat and air-conditioning during day and night. Powered by the sun the SaltX material saves energy from the heat, and releases the energy when it is needed. This means twice as much energy can be delivered comnpared to a conventional solar collector. When adding the SunCool application to the solar panel system it will be possible to save up to EUR 100 per m2 installed.

Stockholm
January 17, 2018

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