Solar Frameless Bracket End/inter Clamp Kits

product description installation Project example Other products of the company Certification Workshop Many Thanks & Best Regards Ronnie coleman Tel: Mob + (86) 18396211572 WhatAPP: (86)18396211572 Web : http://www.wanhos.com Email: ronnie@wanhos.com No. 617,Surabaya Road,Huli District,...

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Max Wind Speed up to 60m/s
Max snow loadup to1.4KN/m2
StandardsAS/NZS 1170 & TUV & Other
MaterialAluminum alloy &Stainless steel
ColorNatural
Anti-corrosiveAnodized and galvanized
Warranty10 Years
DurationMore Than 20 Years

 

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Xiamen Wanhos Solar Technology Co., Ltd. is a hightech enterprise in solar PV field specializing in solar PV products with advanced technology and excellent service. Wanhos Solar members devote themselves to research, design, manufacture and sell the steady, trustable and costefficient solar PV mounting system solutions. As one of the largest PV solar products exporter in China, the pioneering products have been installed in more than100 countries and regions since it established.


               

 

 

 

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Necessary info. for us to design and quote

• What is your pv panels dimension?___mm Length x___mm Width x__mm Thickness
• How many panel are you going to mount? _______Nos.
• What's the tilt angle?____degree
• What is your planned pv assmebly block? ________Nos. in a row
• How is weather there,such as wind speed and snow load?
___m/s anit-wind speed and____KN/m2 snow load.

 

 

 

Many Thanks & Best Regards


Ronnie coleman

Tel: Mob + (86) 18396211572

WhatAPP:  (86)18396211572

 

Web  :   http://www.wanhos.com

Email: ronnie@wanhos.com

No. 617,Surabaya Road,Huli District, Xiamen, Fujian, China

 



The ancient Hawaiians were astronomers,” wrote Queen Liliuokalani, Hawaii’s last reigning monarch, in 1897. Star watchers were among the most esteemed members of Hawaiian society. Sadly, all is not well with astronomy in Hawaii today. Protests have erupted over construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope(TMT), a giant observatory that promises to revolutionize humanity’s view of the cosmos.
  At issue is the TMT’s planned location on Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano worshiped by some Hawaiians as the piko , that connects the Hawaiian Islands to the heavens. But Mauna Kea is also home to some of the world’s most powerful telescopes. Rested in the Pacific Ocean, Mauna Kea’s peak rises above the bulk of our planet’s dense atmosphere, where conditions allow telescopes to obtain images of unsurpassed clarity.
  Opposition to telescopes on Mauna Kea is nothing new. A small but vocal group of Hawaiians and environments have long viewed their presence as disrespect for sacred land and a painful reminder of the occupation of what was once a sovereign nation.
  Some blame for the current controversy belongs to astronomers. In their eagerness to build bigger telescopes, they forgot that science is the only way of understanding the world. They did not always prioritize the protection of Mauna Kea’s fragile ecosystems or its holiness to the island’s inhabitants. Hawaiian culture is not a relic of the past; it is a living culture undergoing a renaissance today.
  Yet science has a cultural history, too, with roots going back to the dawn of civilization. The same curiosity to find what lies beyond the horizon that first brought early Polynesians to Hawaii’s shores inspires astronomers today to explore the heavens. Calls to disassemble all telescopes on Mauna Kea or to ban future development there ignore the reality that astronomy and Hawaiian culture both seek to answer big questions about who we are, where we come from and where we are going. Perhaps that is why we explore the starry skies, as if answering a primal calling to know ourselves and our true ancestral homes.
  The astronomy community is making compromises to change its use of Mauna Kea. The TMT site was chosen to minimize the telescope’s visibility around the island and to avoid archaeological and environmental impact. To limit the number of telescopes on Mauna Kea, old ones will be removed at the end of their lifetimes and their sites returned to a natural state. There is no reason why everyone cannot be welcomed on Mauna Kea to embrace their cultural heritage and to study the stars.
 

 



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