Donauer Solartechnik presents new mounting system and new e-bikes at InterSOLUTION 2012

At the international solar energy trade fair InterSOLUTION in Ghent, Belgium, the solar company Donauer Solartechnik will present its new mounting system Futura Siplex. In addition, trade fair visitors can take a ride on the new e-bikes of the German wholesaler.

New mounting system speeds up the installation


The pre-assembled components of Donauer's new snap-in system Futura Siplex reduce the installation time by up to 20 percent, compared to previous mounting systems. The aluminium transverse rail system is very light, yet has a high load capacity. It can also be combined with all roof fastening elements supplied by Donauer, making it easy to install on all types of roofs. Futura Siplex is part of Donauer's product range of mounting systems INTERSOL.

Donauer's new business unit: electro-mobility

Besides Futura Siplex, Donauer will be introducing its new e-bikes to the Belgian public for the first time. Visitors will be able to test ride e-bikes from the Dutch manufacturer Sparta and the new 2012 e-bike series from the German company Veelo at Donauer's booth in Ghent. In addition to the standard series, Veelo offers customers a choice of colours and individual lettering on the frame, which is especially attractive for corporate clients. Besides the e-bikes, the product portfolio of Donauer's new business unit includes system solutions and components associated with electromobility.

Further information: http://www.intersolution.be/en/

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