PV RACKING ELIMINATES NEED FOR GROUNDING LUGS AND COPPER WIRE ON CLAMP-FREE GROUND MOUNT

Installers no longer need to individually ground each module and rail with a lug and bare copper wire.

Southampton, Pennsylvania (12/5/2014) -PV Racking has incorporated DynoBond into their clamp-free ground mount system. Now, installers no longer need to individually ground each module and rail with a lug and bare copper wire. DynoBond acts as a bonding jumper between rails and modules eliminating the need to ground panel to panel and rail to rail. DynoBond is UL recognized to 467 and 2703 standards. The design consists of two stainless steel clips connected by a tin-plated copper wire. The clips simply bite into the desired surface creating a grounding path.


Barry Moore, president at PV Racking, commented "After getting feedback from our customers that grounding was taking longer than desired with our system, we knew we needed an alternative to keep our installation as fast and easy as possible. DynoBond allows us to do that." The new grounding method will allow for a faster install on-site resulting in much lower labor costs. DynoBond grounding pairs perfectly with the quick and easy PV Racking slide-in module installation method.

PV Racking, a Pennsylvania-based firm, specializes in designing and manufacturing solar racking systems for ground, carport and roof mounted installations. It is a full service company offering their racking for sale to installers nationwide and their services for installing ground mount systems in the mid-Atlantic area.

For more information, please visit PV Racking at www.pvracking.us.

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