Intersolar - EcoFasten Solar Launches Rock-It System: Rail-Free Mounting, ETL Listed to UL 2703

Morrisville, VT: EcoFasten Solar announces the launch of their newest product, the Rock-It System, a rail-free solar roof mount. The Rock-It System conforms to UL Subject 2703, bearing the ETL Listed mark by Intertek© Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL), and holds a Class A Fire Class Resistance Rating when using Type 1, listed PV modules.

Product compliance was determined through rigorous, uncompromised testing per UL Subject 2703.

UL 2703 is comprised of three required testing parameters:
• Integrated Grounding and Bonding
• Fire Classification
• Mechanical Loading

The company will be unveiling the system at Intersolar booth #9738.

About EcoFasten Solar: EcoFasten Solar designs, engineers, and manufacturers patented, watertight solar roof mounts and components from their facilities in Morrisville, VT. Working closely with leading solar developers, racking system providers, roofing manufacturers and commercial installation companies, the EcoFasten Solar line of products are fast and easy to install and were designed with the installer in mind. Made in the U.S.A.

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