Samson Roll Formed Products Company to Exhibit at Intersolar North America 2010
SKOKIE, Ill., June 23 /PRNewswire/ — Samson, one of the oldest and largest contract roll forming companies serving the solar industry, announces that they will be exhibiting at Intersolar North America 2010 in San Francisco’s Moscone Center West Hall from July 13-15, booth number 9752.
One of the profiles that Samson Roll Formed Products will be displaying at the show is a Compound Parabolic Reflector, which is a component in a solar panel assembly. The reflector is a very thin-walled aluminum parabolic shaped channel that has a highly reflective, anodized surface. It is used for solar water heating, space heating, industrial process heat and solar cooling projects.
Another profile produced by Samson for the solar industry is a bracket channel that is used to support solar photovoltaic arrays that are used to collect sunlight and convert solar energy to electricity.
Samson has the technical expertise and experience to produce the profiles needed to meet the exacting demands of the solar power industry, whether they range in complexity from simple angles and channels to more exotic profiles requiring multi-stage operations. Only the imagination limits the potential applications for roll formed shapes since almost any bendable material can be roll formed.
Samson proudly works directly and exclusively with ALANOD-SOLAR, the oldest supplier of surface finished aluminum and copper strips, focusing on the environmentally friendly generations of solar energy by using an air-to-air process to produce their four vacuum coating systems (PVD), selective absorbing or highly reflective coating systems.
Please stop by our booth to explore the possibilities of what Samson Roll Formed Products Company can do for you and your bottom line.
About Samson Roll Form
Founded in 1946, Samson Roll Formed Products Co., a subsidiary of Block Steel, is one of the premier roll forming companies in the U.S. We are located in the Chicago metropolitan area in a large industrial building that houses about 40 roll forming lines and an array of ancillary equipment. Stamping, bending, parting, and assembly are some of the other services in Samson’s arsenal of value added options.
Samson’s highly respected engineering staff has designed, developed, and engineered tooling for more than 2,000 roll formed shapes, and they stand ready to assist with the specific needs of the solar power and related industries.
SOURCE Samson Roll Formed Products Co.