Isra moves into photovoltaics

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Isra Vision is expanding its range of production automation and quality inspection technology products by taking over GP Solar and GP Inspect – and, in doing so, is branching out into the photovoltaic industry.

The company says its customers will benefit from the many years of experience in production and process support as well as from the company's expertise in every stage of the value added chain in the solar industry.

With an expanded technical basis and the powerful innovative force behind it, manufacturers of photovoltaic systems can receive even better support in increasing their production efficiency and their bottom lines by reducing their overall costs.

Isra says it remains convinced of the potential of the growth market involving sustainable energy and believes that the photovoltaic industry will play a decisive role in it. Effective immediately, the broad range of products will be able to cover each and every critical processing step, from the production of wafers to the assembly of complete modules.

The organisation's goal is to offer highly precise inspection systems designed to improve performance and production efficiency. The portfolio includes in-line inspection systems, standalone solutions, and laboratory measuring technology.

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