Powerway Supplies PV Mounting System for Demonstration Project in Beijing

Powerway is committed to developing and producing safe and reliable mounting systems with features such the EPDM rubber clamp for frameless thin film PV modules and our custom-designed metal sheet clamp for the roof.

Powerway PV mounting system is renowned for its strength, stability, convenient installation and reliability. It is economical, practical and has been widely applied in photovoltaic systems at home and abroad. After successful installations in Suzhou, Hefei and at the National Tourism Administration building in Beijing last month, Powerway is about to install another PV demonstration project in Beijing early this month.


This project is located in the Haidian district of Beijing, and will involve sheet-metal roof and frameless thin film PV modules. The system uses an attractive all-aluminum design that is lightweight and quick to install. Its anodizing thickness, 20μm, has superior corrosion resistance. Powerway is committed to developing and producing safe and reliable mounting systems with features such the EPDM rubber clamp for frameless thin film PV modules and our custom-designed metal sheet clamp for the roof.

Today's users have many concerns and questions about how to design and install PV mounting systems for a metal sheet roof. Powerway has the know-how. It is the most experienced and professional supplier of domestic PV mounting systems, and can provide customers with one-stop service. We deliver everything from initial, on-site surveys to structural analysis, complete system design and on-site installation supervision. Powerway is your most trusted partner when looking for efficient, high quality, knowledgeable service.

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