Powerway Roof-Hook Solution Enters the Australian and UK Markets

Powerway has successfully introduced its "hook solution" into the Australian and UK markets. The advantage is that the tiles are not penetrated, and therefore the installation is 100% waterproof.

Powerway has successfully introduced its "hook solution" into the Australian and UK markets. This technology is used exclusively for pitched roofs, which are popular in those countries. The hook system is easy to install - usually the rails can be fastened onto the rafter of the roof using screw bolts and a drill. The advantage is that the tiles are not penetrated, and therefore the installation is 100% waterproof.The hook solution is highly appreciated by our Australian and UK customers.



As always, Powerway holds high the values of "professionalism, efficiency, honesty, and pragmatism" to provide customers with better and more convenient products and services.



About Powerway:

Powerway is China's leading PV mounting system designer and manufacturer with in house extrusion facilities, fabrication workshop, engineering team, testing lab, etc, offering one stop solution to customers worldwide. Now they have been working with many EPC players for the MW projects located in USA, Italy, India, China, etc.

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