Powerway Creates New Clamp Solutions for Composite Rock Wool Metal Sheet Roofs

Powerway's innovative clamps can be used when covering a standing seam, as well as a roof with snap fit, snap lock, trapezoidal, butler or the recently developed composite rock wool materials.

Metal sheeting is widely accepted as the building material of choice because of its construction advantages. It is low weight, high density, boasts high anti-seismic performance, is quick to install and is architecturally appealing in a wide variety of applications.


As a leader in roof-mounted solar systems, Powerway has developed custom clamps to fit many different types of metal sheet roofing. These innovative clamps can be used when covering a standing seam, as well as a roof with snap fit, snap lock, trapezoidal, butler or the recently developed composite rock wool materials.

A composite rock wool roof has several advantages, including heat retention, heat insulation, sound absorption, fire protection, etc. Furthermore, it is used in a variety of buildings such as gymnasiums, theaters, conference centers, assembly halls and other long-span buildings. Powerway's solution connects the hidden self-drilling screw with the roof truss. This protects the exposed part of a metal sheet, which extends its life. Installation is easy and the result is 100 percent water proof.

Powerway aims to provide not only the best-designed solar mounting systems but also the most cost effective installation, thus ensuring a clean alternative energy, and protecting the Earth.

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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