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Baker Solar, a division of M.E. Baker, has released FlexTool mini, an inline wet bench designed specifically for the research and development and pilot-scale requirements of wafer and cell manufacturers.

According to the company, PV companies need highly flexible tools to handle a variety of wet chemistries through a range of single- and double-sided applications. Currently installed FlexTools in the U.S. and Europe are operating both single- and double-sided processes with patent-pending touchless ViaFlood transport technology.

Rinsing and drying is achieved with Baker Solar's proprietary high-volume, low-pressure ViaHead module, the company adds.




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