GT Solar turn out new CVD reactor SDR400

GT Solar turn out its next generation CVD reactor, the SDR400 for the production of high purity polysilicon.

It can not only produce greater than 400 metric tons annually of polysilicon, but also lowers electricity consumption by approximately 20 percent for each kilogram of polysilicon produced.
To further enhance the output of the SDR400 reactor, GT Solar also cooperates with German-based AEG Power Solutions to offer a new power supply developed by AEG, the Thryobox(TM) PI.

The new power supply will be offered as an option to the standard SDR400 configuration and is targeted to increase annual polysilicon production to greater than 500 MTA.

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