A simplified solution with the use of universal steel sections and traditional connection methods. These sections are integrated with our aluminium rail design to optimise mounting of solar panels.
Abridging the design minimises the cost of the system and streamlines remote projects. Can be adopted to rough terrains by utilising large adjustment capabilities and flexibility of the system.
Based on your project needs, our team of engineers will make adjustments, and put together a solution based on your requirements. Adjacent foundation inputs are also covered by our design team.
|Orientation||Portrait (cost effective) and Landscape|
|Layout||Up to 4 high in Portrait|
|Up to 8 high in Landscape|
|Inclination||10º to 25º angle|
|Table Length||Up to 33 meters|
|Support Spacing||In accordance with static calculations|
|Up to 5 meters, depending on module inclination|
|End overhang of up to 1.5 meter|
|Foundation||Posts driven into soil|
|Bored holes and concrete posts in position|
|Slotted footplates connected to casted threaded rods|
|Posts casted into reinforced concrete|
|Standards||SANS 10160||Structural design|
|SANS 10162||Structural use of steel|
|ISO 1461||Hot dip galvanized coatings|
|Eurocode 9||Design of aluminium structure|
|Materials||Support rails||Extruded aluminium (6063 T5)|
|Rafters and Upright Posts||Hot-dip galvanised lipped channel (S355)|
|Small parts||Hot-dip galvanised steel (8.8)|
|Stainless steel (A2)|
|Extruded aluminium (6063 T6)|