Maximum wind resistance: 52m/s
Maximum snow resistance: 1.5KN/m2
Span range: 0.6-3.2m
System installation angle deviation: ± 2 °
Design standard: AS/NZS1170 ASCE 7-05 DIN1044
GB50797-2012 GB 50017-2003 Steel structure design
Installation site: flat roof or level ground
Body material: Q235B
Fastener material: SUS304 or hot-dip galvanized steel
Applicable components: framed or frameless
Applicable arrangement: vertical or horizontal
Warranty period: 10 years
- Strong compatibilityThe carbon steel bracket system can meet the installation requirements of different specifications of PV modules. At the same time, it is compatible with the different arrangement of components.
- Safe and reliableThe carbon steel bracket system mainly uses hot-dip galvanized carbon steel material to effectively prevent corrosion and oxidation. The overall structure of the bracket is stable, wind-resistant, snow-resistant, and shock-resistant, and has safe and reliable characteristics.
- Low priceThe carbon steel bracket main body material is made of hot-dip galvanized carbon steel, and the price is much better than the traditional aluminum alloy.
Step1: Install carbon steel tripod
Fix the base on the cement foundation with the bolts embedded. Figure 1 (left); will be fixed to the stringer with hinge joints. And install the stringer to the base. As shown in Figure 2, Figure 3 (middle two figures); the rear support is mounted on the hinge joint and the base. As shown in Figure 4 (right).
Step2: Mounting beam
Place the beam opening up on the longitudinal beam of the bracket, adjust the size distance, and fix the rail to the stringer with M10*25 bolts and plastic wing nuts. Figure 5, Figure 6
If the track length is not enough, you can use a rail connector and 4 sets of M10*25 bolts to connect the multiple rails together. Figure 7
Step3: Installation component
The components are tiled on the rails and the solar panels are installed in a designed position, secured by side clamp assemblies and medium pressure block assemblies. As shown below