The mounting for photovoltaic panels thermally welded to a synthetic membrane
Roof-Solar PVC is a photovoltaic mounting system used for installing solar panels on flat roofs. It is used on buildings with synthetic PVC membrane roofs. Without ballasting or perforation of the membrane, the installation of photovoltaic panels is facilitated.
The use of 60 cm Roof-Solar PVC rails results in a linear load distribution (rather than point load), thus reducing the risk of puncturing.
Advantages of the system
A certified mounting solution
A resistant solution, the Roof-Solar PVC photovoltaic mounting has undergone several tests to be certified by a New Technology Survey (Enquête de Technique Nouvelle – ETN) by Alpes Contrôles: resistance to climatic loads, watertightness, condensation, corrosion resistance. All the results of these tests show the reliability of this mounting system.
Roof-Solar PVC also has a Broof (t3) fire resistance rating.
A minimum load
Roof-Solar PVC allows solar panels to be installed on the roof in such a way that the added load on the building structure is as low as possible. The pre-assembled rails with the PVC retaining strips are thermally welded to the PVC synthetic membrane. Ballasting is therefore not required.
A premium metal: aluminium
The Roof-Solar PVC photovoltaic process uses 95% aluminium. This metal has many advantages including being light, strong, recyclable and highly resistant to corrosion.
|Enclosed building, new roof or total or partial renovation
|TYPE OF ROOF
|Concrete, ribbed steel sheets, wood. Insulation of compressibility class C. Synthetic waterproofing membrane.
|Aluminium, stainless steel and PVC
|0.6 m aluminium rails fitted with retaining strips, universal aluminium/stainless steel clamp, external clamp with aluminium/stainless steel finish, Rail Grounding Connector (RGC), generator connector, Module Grounding Connector (MGC), waterproofing patch, cable guide