Top Local Places

PVStop

6/276-278 New Line Road, Dural, Australia
Company
ad

Description

PV Stop offers a fire retardant solution that acts as a liquid blanket shutting down solar panels quickly in emergencies. Solar panels continue to produce potentially lethal amount of DC Voltage in the event of short circuits or emergency situations.

Solar panels cannot be turned off when exposed to light. This creates an area known as “the DC Danger Zone”, which until now has posed a safety risk.

PVStop is a non-flammable, fire retardant, polymer film technology.

This makes it the only reactive fire retardant solution on the global market which safely deactivates photovoltaic panels in all weather conditions. It eliminates the risk of high voltage DC electrocution by behaving much like a liquid blanket shutting down solar panels in a matter of seconds.

The non-destructive nature of PV Stop means that it can be peeled off the solar panel up to 12 months after application. Our cutting edge technological developments are helping protect people and the environment without damaging the solar panel system.

RECENT FACEBOOK POSTS

facebook.com

Photos from PVStop's post

2 weeks ago the hills district in NSW got hit by a severe hail storm. From this 219 solar systems were inspected which left 25% of the systems badly damaged. These systems were life threatening and needed to be safely shut down to prevent fire and electrocution. In order to make the Solar systems safe PV stop was used to instantly decommission the solar panels.

Photos from PVStop's post
facebook.com

Photos from PVStop's post

We have just spent 2 day's visiting our friends at the Institute of Fire Engineers meeting at Stratford Upon Avon, the HQ of the IFE and the birthplace of William Shakespeare. Always a pleasure catching up with old friends and making new friends!

Photos from PVStop's post
facebook.com

Timeline Photos

Isn't there a more efficient and safe way to switch off solar panels? Check out our website and find out: http://www.pvstop.com.au/

Timeline Photos
facebook.com

Photos from PVStop's post

PVStop visiting the CFBT training facility in Thailand. A fantastic learning experience. Thanks to Dunk and Den for being great hosts and thanks to Lars and Shan for sharing their in-depth knowledge and teaching me a lot about compartment fire behaviour training (CFBT)

Photos from PVStop's post
facebook.com

Photos from PVStop's post

Coromandel Fire Department are hosting us for a traditional hangs dinner tonight. Really handy as we didn't catch any fish during the NZ FireService national snapper competition!

Photos from PVStop's post
facebook.com

Photos from PVStop's post

PVStop exhibiting at the 2016 Fire NZ trade show in Auckland. Always fun catching up with the crew across the ditch!

Photos from PVStop's post
facebook.com