Stainless Steel Q235 Ground Screw For Solar Mounting Advantage 1.Easy Installation. The innovative Wanhos solar rail and D-modules have greatly simplified the installation of PV modules.The System can be installed with a single Hexagon Key and standard tool kits. Pre-assembled and pre-cut...
Stainless Steel Q235 Ground Screw For Solar Mounting
The innovative Wanhos solar rail and D-modules have greatly simplified the installation of PV modules.The System can be installed with a single Hexagon Key and standard tool kits. Pre-assembled and pre-cut processes will highly prevent corrosion and save your installation time and labor cost.
2.Great Flexbilitity. The Wanhos solar mounting system has mounting accessories designed for use on almost every roof and ground with excellent compatibility.Designed as a universal racking system,framed modules from all the popular manufacturers can be used.
3.High Accuracy. Without the need for onsite cutting,the use of our unique rail extending allows the system to be installed with millimetre accuracy.
4.Maximum Lifespan. All components are made of quality extruded aluminium, C-steel and stainless steel.The high corrosion resistance guarantees the maximum possible lifespan and is also completely recyclable.
5.Guaranteed Durability. Wanhos Solar provides a guarantee of 10 years on the durability of all components used.
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.
Wanhos Solar brought forward the standardized and internationalized management concept at the beginning of its establishment, positively brought in and strictly applied ISO9001:2008,CP, APQP,FMEA,MSA, SPC etc international quality manage system in all phases including R&D, manufacturing, marketing and after service.
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• 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.
The longest bull run in a century of art-market history ended on a dramatic note with a sale of
56 works by Damien Hirst, Beautiful Inside My Head Forever，at Sotheby’s in London on
, 2008. All but two pieces sold, fetching more than ￡70m, a record for a sale by a
single artist. It was a last victory. As the auctioneer called out bids, in New York one of the oldest
banks on Wall Street, Lehman Brothers, filed for bankruptcy.
The world art market had already been losing momentum for a while after rising
bewilderingly since 2003. At its peak in 2007 it was worth some $65 billion, reckons Clare
McAndrew, founder of Arts Economics, a research firm—double the figure five years earlier.
Since then it may have come down to $50 billion. But the market generates interest far beyond its
size because it brings together great wealth, enormous egos, greed, passion and controversy in a
way matched by few other industries.
In the weeks and months that followed Mr. Hirst’s sale, spending of any sort became deeply
unfashionable, especially in New York, where the bail-out of the banks coincided with the loss of
thousands of jobs and the financial demise of many art-buying investors. In the art world that
meant collectors stayed away from galleries and salerooms. Sales of contemporary art fell by
two-thirds, and in the most overheated sector, they were down by nearly 90% in the year to
November 2008. Within weeks the world’s two biggest auction houses, Sotheby’s and Christie’s,
had to pay out nearly $200m in guarantees to clients who had placed works for sale with them.
The current downturn in the art market is the worst since the Japanese stopped buying
Impressionists at the end of 1989. This time experts reckon that prices are about 40% down on
their peak on average, though some have been far more fluctuant. But Edward Dolman, Christie’s
chief executive, says: “I’m pretty confident we’re at the bottom.”
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