The new Sun Ballast-Connect system creates a grid of connected ballasts and modules, which connects the rows between them. The available tilt angles are the following: 5°, 10°,15°, 20°, 30°° and the new 10° for vertical laying. Overall, the ballast and module system provides the roof with a load of about 14-15 kg/sq.m.
|Application||Any type of flat or low-pitched roof with up to 5° slope, on the ground, on hard court with inert material or on paving.
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he new Sun Ballast-Connect system has allowed us to take another step forward in our corporate mission i.e., helping reduce renewable energy costs in order to be self-sufficient. Those who choose our new Sun Ballast-Connect system will be happy with the results.
From a technical point of view, this system has improved wind resistance with less load on the roof (kg/sq.m). As a result, this system facilitates the installation of the photovoltaic system on flat roofs.
In economic terms, you will reduce purchase, transport, and installation costs.
The new Sun Ballast-Connect system creates a grid of connected ballasts and modules, which connects the rows between them. This ensures high wind resistance while reducing weight (kg/sq.m).
The new system’s ballast is equipped with a retainer that secures the module, preventing it from decoupling, and improves the seal.
Connect ballast is ideal for any type of module with a frame to be installed horizontally. The distance between the rows depends on the size of the module. Therefore, all you have to do is square the first row, and the rest will be as simple and quick as ever.
Furthermore we have created an important integration to the exclusive Connect System, already available for the 5 °, 10 °, 15 °, 20 ° and 30 °: THE 10 ° BALLAST FOR VERTICAL LAYING that allows the installation of photovoltaic panels in vertical mode optimizing further the spaces.
Minimum recommended configuration for 10° vertical solution is 3 rows of 3 panels each with the possibility of mounting the windbreak to increase the resistance of single rows.
Overall, the ballast and module system provides the roof with a load of about 14-15 kg/sq.m.
The available tilt angles are the following: 5°, 10°, 15°, 20°, 30° and 10° vertical.
The new system has undergone numerous tests with fluid-dynamic simulators, including yield strength tests.