Earthquakes often cause serious casualties, which can cause fires, floods, toxic gas leaks, the spread of bacteria and radioactive materials, damage to buildings, power and other facilities, and may also cause secondary disasters such as tsunamis, landslides, collapses, and ground fissures. Then, in the earthquake-prone areas, what should be paid attention to in the construction, operation and maintenance and post-disaster treatment of c purlin manufacturer photovoltaic power plants?

What to do when a photovoltaic power station encounters an earthquake?

1.When the solar panels of the rooftop photovoltaic power station are damaged in the earthquake and are piled up with the rubble of the house, the sun may illuminate the panel and may generate electricity. If it is touched by light without any protection measures. There may be electric shock, and you should wear insulated gloves such as dry wire gloves or rubber gloves;

What to do when a photovoltaic power station encounters an earthquake

2.Unplug or disconnect the connected cable to de-energize the power station. Cover the panel with a blue tarp or cardboard, or place the panel face down to avoid exposure to sunlight. If possible, wrap the exposed copper wire in the cable section with plastic tape or the like.

3.Since the battery board is composed of semi-reinforced glass, battery unit, metal frame, transparent resin, white resin board, wiring material, resin box, etc., the damaged solar panel needs to be transported to the abandoned place. For safety reasons, it is used for safety. The person needs to smash the glass with a hammer.

The use of photovoltaic technology after the earthquake:

Because the earthquake is highly destructive to the ground facilities, after the earthquake, there will often be water and power failures and communication. At this time, small-scale photovoltaic equipment can provide part of the power supply for the post-disaster areas, ensuring the smooth use of people’s communication and lighting equipment. In addition, it can play an extremely important role in the post-disaster relief process.

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