Only Kyocera Pass the Test

Submitted: Friday, Dec 16, 2011 at 21:52
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With the range of solar panel brands growing on a daily basis, how do you know which will give you a long reliable service life?

Kyocera have been producing solar panels for over 35 years, and now are the only company to have their solar panels pass TUV Rheinaland’s independent long term sequential test. (TUV Rheinaland provide independent national and international certification testing services to around 80% of all solar panel manufacturers.)

The new long term sequential test methodology simulates environmental factors such as temperature, wind, hail, salt mist, dust, sand, rain, dew, frost & fog - that lead to degradation of solar panels over time – and gives a more accurate indication of how a solar panel will perform under real world environmental conditions.

The fact that only Kyocera solar panels have passed this test, along with their proven performance at the Desert Knowledge Australia site (www.dkasolarcentre.com.au), makes them the only choice for your solar power needs.

At under $600 for a 135W solar panel, Kyocera solar panels are true value for money as well. So make the wise choice ~ Kyocera Solar Panels from Eniquest (Watts2C).
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Reply By: Willie - Sunday, Dec 25, 2011 at 18:04

Sunday, Dec 25, 2011 at 18:04
Only Kyocera passed the test - OF THOSE TESTED. Maybe some of the other 20% may have passed, if tested.
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