Flat-roof installation system for privately owned modules


Its load on the roof is low, since most of the load is distributed over the roof area. The roofing need not be penetrated. This is made possible by the trough-shaped substructure, which has an angle of inclination of ten degrees.

Cable ducts and ventilation slits for the requisite rear ventilation of the modules are present. Installing the modules requires no tools. The system is exclusively suitable for Solon Black 280/17 and Blue 270/17 modules. It's to come onto the European market in September.

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