Flat Roof Solar Mounting Systems are applicable to large scale flat roof module installation. It allow solar arrayto tilt angle 5-30 deg with the roof. The solar racking system can be pre-designed a fixed angle for your request and thesupport is high pre-assembled, especially, this system highlights the function that it can be both use as ballasted system by adding tray on the bottom tube, and be fixed directly on the concrete block. The special extruded aluminum rail, the tilt-
in module, the clamp kit and the round leg can be high pre-assembly and make the installation easy and quick to save your labor cost and time.
Flat Roof Ballast Solar Mount for Solar Mounting Bracket
Ballasted Flat Roof Solar Panel Mounting System is a highly engineered solution that secures the array without damaging the flat roof. It is compatible with the usual framed modules and typically does not require roof penetrations.
Made of lightweight and strong aluminum construction, the ballasted solution components are pre-assembled and pre-cut to prevent corrosion and save your installation time and labor cost.
1. Non-Penetrating to rafters
2. Easy installation. The parts would be pre-assembled on factory to save your install time on site.
4. Light, sturdy material for a cost-efficient system.
Related Proiects We Have Done
|Install Site||Low profile roof and open field|
|Tilt Angle||5, 10, 15 and 20 degrees|
|Building Height||Up to 20 meter|
|Max Wind Speed||Up to 60 m/s|
|Snow Load||Up to 1.4KN/m2|
|Standards||AS/NZS 1170 & TUV & Others|
|Material||Aluminum Alloy & Stainless Steel|
|Warranty||10 years warranty|
|Duration||More than 20 years|
· Design conformable to different on-roof project requirements
· Fast and cost effective installation, easy to be assembled on different roof tops
· Short in 7 days leading time.
· Wisely solutions for your solar PV projects.
Necessarv info. for us to design and auote:
. What is your pv panels dimension?
· How many panels you are going to mount?
· Tilt Angle?
. How is wind speed and snow load? m/s anit-wind speed and KN/m2 snow load?
. What is your planned panel layout? Nos. in a row