GameChange Pour-in-Place™ and Paver Ballasted Ground Systems Pass 2703 Electrical Testing

GameChange Racking today announced that its Pour-in-Place™ and Paver Ballasted Ground Systems have successfully passed all phases of ETL/UL 2703 electrical testing for bonding and grounding.

NEW YORK – June 2nd, 2014 – GameChange Racking today announced that its Pour-in-Place™ and Paver Ballasted Ground Systems have successfully passed all phases of ETL/UL 2703 electrical testing for bonding and grounding.


The rigorous ETL/UL 2703 testing requirements assure a quality engineered system that endures the test of time in harsh environmental conditions. At GameChange Racking we value the peace of mind from passing ETL/UL 2703 testing on our systems.

Woo Kim, Director of Engineering commented, "It is good to see that the GameChange Racking Paver and Pour-In-Place™ Systems have passed all electrical testing requirements under ETL/UL 2703. We are also underway on the same certification tests for our next generation Roof System and soon to commence testing on our next generation MaxScale Post System as well."

About GameChange Racking
GameChange Racking LLC provides solar racking systems which combine fast installation, quality and unbeatable value for both ground and rooftop applications. GameChange is based on the concept of simple innovative design and large scale volume manufacturing. All GameChange products are designed and tested to meet rigorous environmental conditions and manufactured in compliance with strict industry standards.

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