PV RACKING INTRODUCES NEW RACKING SYSTEM

PV Racking introduces a new slide-in-place solar racking system that completely eliminates the use of clamps. This system allows for fast and easy installation, more module security, and a better overall appearance.

Churchville, Pennsylvania – June 15th, 2011 – PV Racking has brought a new solar racking system to the market. This revolutionary system allows solar modules to slide in place, making solar installation virtually clamp-free for both ground and roof systems. By eliminating the use of tedious clamps, PV Racking makes the installation of solar modules fast and easy. With this innovative design, two people can install 30 kW in a single day, which greatly reduces labor costs by up to 30%.


The PV Racking system is more secure than any racking system using clamps to hold solar modules in place. With PV Racking, modules are secured by a continuous edge, giving installers and customers the peace of mind that their systems will stay securely in place. The continuous edge capping also creates a clean and finished look presenting a significant improvement in cosmetic appearance.

PV Racking designed this racking system using aluminum, galvanized steel, and stainless steel hardware. By making solar installation fast and easy, more secure, and more aesthetically pleasing, the PV Racking system can help solar PV installers increase customer satisfaction and save up to 30% in their labor costs.

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