Absolicon Solar Collector AB is listed Swedish technology company, specialized in concentrated solar thermal heat.

The Absolicon T160 operates up to 160°C and has the highest optical performance ever measured on a commercially available small parabolic trough collector (PTC).

After achieving ground-breaking performance, Absolicon is building two robotised production lines – one in China and one in Sweden – that will produce one 5.5 m2 solar collector every six minute.

The company is combining state-of-the-art solar research with sale of solar collector fields to food & beverage industries that needs steam and of complete PTC robotised production lines to sunny regions.

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