Fronius extends the warranty on its inverters by 10 years

Once again, Austrian inverter manufacturer Fronius confirms its position as quality leader. From July 1st until the end of October 2011, Fronius customers will receive a 20 year warranty on their inverters for the same price as a ten year one.

From July 1st 2011, the *warranty on all new installations with Fronius IG, Fronius IG Plus, Fronius IG TL and Fronius CL inverters can be extended. If customers decide to extend their standard manufacturer's warranty from five to ten years, Fronius will extend the warranty to 20 years free of charge.



"Our devices meet the highest quality standards. We believe in our products, so we decided to extend the warranty on our Fronius inverters to 20 years," explain sales directors, Franz Dietachmair and Hannes Wendeler. The standard warranty terms and conditions also apply to the warranty extension.

Ordering the warranty extension

The warranty extension can be ordered through sales partners or dealers. Fronius must receive the order by October 31st 2011 at the latest. A warranty extension can also be ordered for a previously purchased Fronius inverter. The warranty for Fronius inverters that have just been ordered can also be extended. The only condition is that they are part of a new installation taking place after July 1st 2011. Eligibility for the warranty extension depends on the date of installation, not the date of purchase.

*The promotion applies to all Fronius inverters with the following exceptions: PV inverters that conform to UL 1741 requirements; PV inverters with a CSA mark; PV inverters for the American market; Fronius IG 390/400/500.

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