Solar Panels

Solar Panel Cleaning Applications| Water Purification Systems

Water treatment is essential for solar panel applications due to several reasons. Firstly, solar panels require regular cleaning to maintain their optimal performance. Dust, dirt, and other contaminants can accumulate on the surface of the panels, reducing their efficiency and energy output. Water treatment plays a crucial role in removing these impurities, ensuring that the panels receive maximum sunlight and operate at their highest capacity. Moreover, water used for cleaning must be free from minerals, salts, and other dissolved solids that can leave deposits on the panel surface, leading to long-term damage and decreased efficiency. By treating the water, these impurities are eliminated, prolonging the lifespan of the solar panels and preserving their effectiveness. Additionally, water treatment helps in conserving water resources by enabling the recycling and reuse of water used for cleaning, making the solar panel applications more sustainable and environmentally friendly.

Our water treatment technologies employed for  Solar panel applications include:

Benefits of Water Treatment Solutions in Solar Panel Applications: 

  • Spot and streak free finish
  • Protect solar panel integrity
  • Safe for the environment
  • Higher energy production
  • Cost reduction


Water is important for solar panel applications for several reasons. Firstly, water is crucial for the cleaning and maintenance
of solar panels. Dust, dirt, and other debris can accumulate on the surface of the panels over time, reducing their efficiency
and energy output. By using water, these contaminants can be easily rinsed away, ensuring that the panels receive maximum
sunlight and operate at their optimal performance levels. Additionally, water is essential for cooling solar panels, especially
in concentrated solar power (CSP) systems. These systems use mirrors or lenses to concentrate sunlight onto a receiver,
which then converts it into thermal energy. Water is commonly used as a coolant in this process, absorbing excess heat and
preventing the panels from overheating. Proper cooling is essential to maintain the longevity and efficiency of the solar panels.
Furthermore, water is also used in the manufacturing and production of solar panels, playing a crucial role in the various stages
of the manufacturing process, such as cleaning, rinsing, and cooling during production. In summary, water is vital for cleaning,
cooling, and manufacturing of solar panels, ensuring their optimal performance and longevity.


Not treating water for solar panel applications can be harmful for several reasons. Firstly, untreated water may contain minerals,
salts, or other dissolved solids that can leave deposits on the surface of the panels. Over time, these deposits can build up and
create a layer of grime, reducing the amount of sunlight that reaches the solar cells and decreasing the overall energy output.
This can significantly impact the efficiency and performance of the panels. Additionally, untreated water may contain impurities
such as dust, dirt, or organic matter, which can block sunlight and hinder the panel’s ability to generate electricity. Moreover,
if the water used for cleaning or cooling is not treated, it may contain contaminants that can corrode the panels or damage
the surrounding equipment. Corrosion can lead to degradation of the solar panel components and reduce their lifespan.
Furthermore, untreated water can introduce bacteria or microorganisms that can thrive in the warm and moist environment
around the panels, leading to biofouling and further reducing their efficiency. In summary, not treating water for solar panel
applications can result in decreased energy output, damage to the panels, and increased maintenance costs.



Pure Aqua has manufactured hundreds of water filtration systems that purify millions of gallons of water every day. Our systems can handle any kind of contamination or fouling, and we will be happy to custom design a system to meet your specific output and purification requirements.