Renusol presents new PV mounting system for flat roofs

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Neues Flachdachsystem FS10-S mit 10 Grad-Modulneigung

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Neues Flachdachsystem FS10-S mit 10 Grad-Modulneigung

Neues Flachdachsystem FS10-S mit 10 Grad-Modulneigung

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New flat roof system FS18-S with 18 degree module inclination

PV-Modulreihen werden miteinander verbunden, um Windlasten auch mit wenig Ballastierung sicher standzuhalten

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PV modules are connected with one another to withstand wind loads with minimal ballasting.

Sven Künzel, Geschäftsführer Renusol

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Sven Künzel, Managing Director of Renusol

Marko Balen, Produktmanager Renusol

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Marko Balen, Product Manager at Renusol

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Aerodynamic system for south-facing solar systems

Renusol is introducing its new ballasted flat-roof mounting system FS10-S and FS18-S for mounting south-facing photovoltaic panels. It requires few components and uses especially short rails, making the system price-efficient and quick to install. As it has little surface area exposed to the wind and is equipped with wind deflectors, minimal ballasting is required, making the new mounting system especially suited for commercial and agricultural buildings with lightweight roofs.

“Renusol is increasingly emphasizing simple mounting systems that can be installed very quickly and comfortably at the construction site”, explained Sven Künzel, Managing Director of Renusol. “For example, our product developers have opted for an innovative screw joint that works without a nut, meaning that fewer movements are needed. Since the rails are delivered pre-punched, there is also no need to take cumbersome measurements on site, which decreases installation errors."

All standard framed solar modules can be mounted with the new system. The FS10-S system mounts PV modules at a 10 degree angle, while the FS18-S mounts at an 18 degree angle. Short rails with lengths of 1.38 m and 1.73 m are used with the FS10-S and FS18-S, respectively. Both sizes are easy to transport and manoeuver on the construction site. The remaining system components also offer easy handling and storage – an advantage for wholesale customers. The short rails are joined with connectors, making it possible to compensate for unevenness in the roof. In addition, slots in the rail connectors compensate for temperature expansions, which could otherwise lead the PV system to shift on the roof.

“Our customers also really appreciate that solar modules can be mounted up to half a meter from the edge of the roof. This makes it possible to install more modules on the roof and deliver a maximum power potential”, reports Marko Balen, Product Manager at Renusol.

The new mounting system is suited for bitumen, concrete, foil and gravel roofs. There is no need to penetrate the roof membrane in order to safely fix the system on the roof. Instead, pavers or concrete slabs are placed in the channels of the wind deflectors. Renusol offers a ten-year product warranty.

The system will be available beginning in February and will be presented at Ecobuild in London from 8th to 10th of March 2016.

Ecobuild booth: E2310

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About Renusol

Renusol Europe GmbH is part of the PARI Group, a network of individual companies operating worldwide. Renusol Europe was acquired by the PARI Group in March 2017 and carries on the business of Renusol GmbH, which has been active on the photovoltaic market since 1997. Renusol specializes in the production and distribution of solar mounting systems for all roof types. From its headquarters in Cologne, Germany, the company controls its operations in all core markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa

Press contact

Marko Balen
Tel. +49 221 788707-57
Fax +49 221 788707-99
marko.balen@renusol.com

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