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Mondragon Assembly has been awarded by one of the most important Automotive Components Supplier all over the world as a global supplier of its new automatic assembly lines. These lines will assemble air pressure sensors for the automobile industry.  As a result of this contract, several lines will be installed in Europe, North America and Asia. The very first line, this year, will be delivered to Mexico. These systems include an ample use of robotics, advanced laser tracking and marking units, qualitative vision control, automatic sealing control, laser welding, full safety devices and a powerful computer control aimed to monitor and control the line as well as allowing data integration of the lines with the global management system of the Company.

Mondragon Assembly provides a high added value to its Customers as it adds to its advanced technical skills a global presence with facilities in Spain, France, Germany, Mexico, China, Brazil and India, offering a full service, standard and close in most of the world.

Mondragon Assembly has supplied a fully automated 200 MW turnkey line to the prestigious Indian company Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), which manufactures photovoltaic modules, among many other products. The line is based in Bangalore.

The line is equipped with the most advanced technology on the market, with a production capacity of 120 modules per hour.

The opening event was attended by Minister of Heavy Industries and Public Companies, Mr Anant Geete.

With this delivery, Mondragon Assembly consolidates its position in the Indian market, offering technical and commercial support through its subsidiary Mondragon Assembly India Pty Ltd.

Mondragon’s leading automated solution for photovoltaic applications has developed a Front Line with an annual production capacity of 150 MW.

Due to the decrease in raw material costs, photovoltaic energy has become one of the cheapest energy sources in the market, having achieved an exponential growth in recent years.

In light of this growth, module manufacturers increasingly require higher production lines with higher degrees of automation, which is why Mondragon Assembly has developed the most modern Front Line in the market.

The Front Line consists of two MTS 2500 tabbers and stringers and an IC150 interconnect system.  This Front Line is designed to manufacture panels with cells of up to 6 buses.

Tabber MTS 2500

The MTS 2500 tabber and stringer allows a net production capacity of 2400 cells per hour in a single welding track, making it the fastest in the market. In addition to its production capacity, it is also notable for its size, as it only requires 7.5 m2. It thus allows the installation of high-production lines in smaller areas.

IC150

As the number of busbars in the photovoltaic cells increases, the bussing, or interconnected welding process, becomes a bottleneck in many production chains.  Mondragon Assembly’s IC150 allows module manufacturers to increase the production rate while ensuring the product quality at all times.

The year 2017 stands out as a historic year for Mondragon Assembly’s solar business, as it will supply turnkey lines with a cumulative production capacity of over 1 Gw, consolidating itself as a worldwide reference in this type of solution.

The projects are spread all over the world, including, among other countries: China, India, Tunisia, Burkina Faso, and Brazil.

In addition to the supply of turnkey lines, line adaptation projects will also be carried out in order to meet the new market standards, as well as advisory and know-how transfer services.

Taking into account the order portfolio for January, Mondragon Assembly Solar is expected to exceed 20 million euro in sales in 2017, continuing the growth dynamics of recent years.

Mondragon Assembly is proud to present its new MTS 2500 tabber and its MTS 5000 lay-up machine.

The new MTS 2500 is an evolutionary leap in the concept of Tabber Stringer machines. The innovative design of Mondragon Assembly allows a net production capacity of 2400 cells per hour in a single welding track, making it the fastest in the market.

When designing this new tabber, the experienced engineering team of Mondragon Assembly took into account new market trends.  Therefore, this tabber allows the interconnection of cells up of up to 8 BB as well as the welding of half cells.

In addition to its production capacity, it is also notable for its size, as it only requires 7.5 m2. It thus allows the installation of high-production lines in smaller areas.

With a rupture rate lower than 0.2%, this machine does not require major adjustments or maintenance. Its user-friendly interface allows the operator to interact with it easily.

MTS 5000 lay-up machine

The new MTS 5000 lay-up machine incorporates two MTS 2500 tabber stringer units, achieving a production capacity of 4800 cells per hour, which means an annual capacity of 180 Mw.

MONDRAGON ASSEMBLY, at its facility in Orange, France, has been awarded with the new ISO 9001:2015 Certification, proving that the Company’s processes of design, engineering, manufacturing and management follow a strict, complete and efficient Quality Management System. This results in very performant products of high quality as well as in an excellent Customer Service. The high standards in quality that MONDRAGON ASSEMBLY Orange has always maintained is expressed in a clear and detailed Quality Policy that covers all levels and activities of the Company.

MONDRAGON ASSEMBLY is one of the first French Companies being certificated under the new 2015 version of the norm. This is a major revision of the ISO 9001 and has been developed based in the current business challenges that today’s companies face. It is not only, as in the past, a tool for managing quality but indeed a significant developing scenario for achieving a global business improvement thanks to the efficiency and the improvement of the Customer’s satisfaction. It also includes the strategic analysis of the long term company’s goals. So, new version of the ISO 9001 focuses on the management enlargement, the control of the interaction between processes and hierarchy as well as the social and economic environment of the Enterprise.

In recent years, the Indian photovoltaic market has experienced a significant growth, becoming one of the most important markets worldwide.  In order to effectively meet the India’s demand, Mondragon Assembly has opened an office in Delhi.

Mondragon Assembly, thus, will make available to the Indian market the experience acquired in recent years in the manufacture of solar modules, offering turnkey solutions ranging from 15 MW to 200 WM.

Thanks to this plant, Mondragon Assembly will be supporting its customers during the launch process and will offer a fast, high-quality service throughout the country.

With the opening of this plant, Mondragon Assembly now has seven sites worldwide, including Spain, France, Germany, China, and Brazil.

Mondragon Assembly Solar has inaugurated, in the Aretxabaleta plant, in Spain, a modern showroom equipped with the latest technology for manufacture of photovoltaic modules. The 200m2 facility features the following machinery:

  • Tabber & Stringer
  • EL
  • Laminator
  • Sun Simulator

In addition to the manufacturing line, customers will also be able to see the latest developments of Mondragon Assembly, such as the glass-glass bifacial module.

This facility will allow Mondragon Assembly to intensify its innovation activities both at the equipment level and at the module level, enabling the development and incorporation of new technologies.

Another advantage of this installation is that customers will have at their disposal the possibility of seeing the machines in operation on site and even develop their products alongside Mondragon Assembly experts.  It will also serve as a training place for new customers.

With this new milestone, Mondragon Assembly continues to consolidate itself as one of the main players in the photovoltaic production chain.

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