The Zilla Phantom Revolutionizes Solar Mounting

The Zilla® Phantom™ is a new rail-less solar mounting system. Building on the popular Zilla® Double Stud Flashing, the Phantom™ can mount anywhere on a composite roof, not just on joists. The Phantom™ is a fully flashed and grounded system and includes everything necessary to complete installation.

LAFAYETTE, Colorado, (July 16, 2012) — Zilla Corporation, a leading manufacturer of solar mounting systems, launches the Zilla® Phantom™ — a revolutionary new approach to composite roof solar mounting. The Zilla® Phantom™ achieves the most efficient pitched-roof mounting solution possible by eliminating the need for rails, significantly reducing material, distribution and shipping costs utilizing standard modules.


The Zilla® Phantom™ builds on the design of the popular Zilla® Double Stud flashing by creating an integrated mounting, flashing, and grounding assembly. The Zilla® Phantom™ provides unparalleled flexibility in composite roof installations as it can be installed anywhere on the roof structure unlike traditional systems which must be mounted into joists. The Zilla® Phantom™ is universally compatible with most module manufacturers and sizes. The Zilla® Phantom™ provides for the lowest possible cost solar installation while providing the ultimate in design flexibility.

"The Zilla® Phantom™ is truly a disruptive technology," Zilla Corporation Chief Technology Officer Dave Kreutzman said. "Zilla Corporation makes solar installations easier, safer and more practical and affordable through product integration and innovation."

As the manufacturer of Zilla® products, Zilla Corporation distributes solar installation components and engineered solar mounting systems to customers worldwide. Zilla Corporation is located in Lafayette, Colorado.

Visit ZillaRac.com or contact Nellie at 720-880-6700 to learn more.

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