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Hi,

 

I am planning on installing about 5kWp on my roof, but I do not have a clear idea yet on what mounting system would be the best.

I have a flat roof with a waterproofing membrane which cannot be punctured in any manner. I don't have any parapets that can be used.

Attached are some photos of my roof. Please share any ideas that you may have that might assist me.

 

Thank you.

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10 minutes ago, Speedster said:

Have you considered renusol CS+? Alternatively you can put down cement blocks on to which you mount something like their trisole system

I have had a look at various ballast systems, but I am unsure what the weight carrying capacity of my roof is. Another challenge is that the roof needs maintenance every three years, so ideally I would like a system where the waterproofing company can get access to as much of the roof surface as possible.

Do you know of any local companies that sell renusol products and what the costs might be?

 

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Hi broloks, custom built this as a low profile solution in a similar site specific requirement. They are low profile & have a low intrusive epoxy that they are attached to the roof with. They might look light weight trust me those panels together with the epoxy are anchored to the roof. 

 

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11 hours ago, Steve87 said:

Hi broloks, custom built this as a low profile solution in a similar site specific requirement. They are low profile & have a low intrusive epoxy that they are attached to the roof with. They might look light weight trust me those panels together with the epoxy are anchored to the roof. 

 

Hi Steve,

Can you DM me more information please? I am interested in a solution like this.

Thanks

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