No Penetrating Solution- Powerway Ballasted System

Powerway has developed a series of ballasted mounting systems, using concrete blocks to stabilize the installation. This system avoids any penetration into the structure of the roof.

As photovoltaic technologies advance, it has becoming increasingly common to see everyday solar applications. However, the success of these solar technologies relies heavily on advancements in installation engineering.


How to fix a solar panel firmly to a roof and, at the same time, not break the roof's water seal, has been a problem for the industry for years. To tackle this problem, Powerway has developed a series of ballasted mounting systems, using concrete blocks to stabilize the installation. This system avoids any penetration into the structure of the roof. Powerway's ballasted solution is a breakthrough in installation engineering.

Since Powerway launched their PV roofing systems, in countries such as Australia and the US, there has been a steady increase in the demand for residential solar power. And while standard mounting systems have been a popular form of installation because of their convenience, the Powerway ballasted system can compete not only in performance but also in cost, ease of installation, and convenience. In addition, Powerway ballasted systems are easily adapted to any customer preference and need.

The ballasted system has been highly successful in its early stages and we are prepared for its continuing success. Powerway, safety all the way.


About Powerway:

Powerway is China's leading PV mounting system designer and manufacturer with in house extrusion facilities, fabrication workshop, engineering team, testing lab, etc, offering one stop solution to customers worldwide. Now they have been working with many EPC players for the MW projects located in USA, Italy, India, China, etc.

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