The mounting system is capable of withstanding continuous snow loads of up to 700 kg/m2. Hence, the company says, it is suited for regions in the snow load zone III. The system consists of modules with up to 260 Wp, requiring only a minimum amount of roof space for a standard single family residence.
Because no additional substructure is needed, the modules align flush with the roof area for a unified look. Modules come delivered with synthetic frames, screws and seals. Each module is screwed directly to the roof battens, eliminating the need for costly additional substructures. It requires no additional aluminum rails or module clamps, thanks to the integrated assembly sleeves.
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