Sollega will exhibit at Intersolar North America the week of July 12-14, 2016. The conference will take place in the beautiful city of San Francisco. Be sure to stop by our booth #9252 and see the company’s new string inverter mounting solutions as well as its FastRack510 ballasted flat roof PV racking.
North America’s most attended solar event, Intersolar showcases the latest in solar technologies. The Sollega team will be available to meet with you and demonstrate the benefits of its FastRack 510 racking as well as discuss your specific project needs.
The company’s latest innovation? The Sollega FastRack Inverter Mount. It can be adapted to mount most string inverters. Installing an inverter, combiner box or disconnect has never been so easy or quick. With ballast & mechanical attachment options, flexible Strut configuration and 20° tilt and optional shade cover, the FSIM fits every roof requirement.
Founded in 2009, Sollega designs, tests and manufactures solar mounting solutions serving the US market. The FastRack510 patented, one-piece, injection molded solar racking system is designed for both commercial low-pitch roofs and ground mount installations. It is made from BASF Ultramid R Glass-filled Nylon, for strength and durability (25 year warranty) in a lightweight part. The glass-reinforced nylon with built-in UV inhibitor allows for each mount to hold over 200 times its own weight and retain its strength despite intense weathering over the lifetime of the product. It is also designed for simple assembly and disassembly and is 100% recyclable.
Commercial installers are very focused on soft costs so we designed the FR510 to simplify the installation process and meet strict new codes and flammability standards like UL 1703. The FR510 significantly cuts down installation costs and time with its universal one-piece, stackable design. It arrives at the project site fully assembled and accommodates all commercial PV modules at 5 or 10 degree tilt angles. Sollega racking systems are compatible with all common solar panels currently on the market.
— Solar Builder magazine