Schletter’s modular mounting kits: quick and easy to install

9/12/17, 8:00 AM -

The Schletter Group is introducing pre-assembled mounting kits to reduce the cost of planning and installing small PV systems.

The Schletter Group is introducing pre-assembled mounting kits to reduce the cost of planning and installing small PV systems.
The smaller PvMax Energy-Kit can be used for the installation of 22 modules.

These entail pre-assembled installation modules from Schletter can be combined on the basis of a modular system. This simplifies planning and speeds up the installation process on site avoiding any need for cutting to size. In addition, customers benefit from shorter delivery times thanks to optimised warehousing and a lower system price thanks to standardisation.

For flat roof systems, Schletter provides its AluGrid and AluGrid100 systems in kit form. According to the producer these systems are ideally suited for solar modules mounted on flat roofs in east-west orientation. The aerodynamic optimisation means that only low superimposed loads are required, which are individually structurally verified. Using the AluGrid100 kits, it is possible to install either one to three double module rows with pre-assembled module bearings and cut-to-size pieces of the surface protection mat that are already attached.

The ground mount system PvMax is also available as a kit solution. The kits are supplied along with all the components for the bearing structure so that the construction of the plant can commence immediately. The smaller PvMax Energy-Kit can be used for the installation of 22 modules (2 rows with 11 modules), the larger PvMax Energy-Kit with 44 modules (2 rows with 22 modules). Both can be extended with up to 4 modules. A type structural analysis is also offered in prefabricated variants. The kits are designed for standard 60 cell modules with dimensions of up to 1000 x 1700 mm. Module clamps can also be ordered for specific module frames. (nhp)

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