Unirac's Roof Mount (RM) Module Mounting Methodology Approved by Trina Solar

"Unirac and Trina are two industry leaders working together to provide a unified solution to meet grid parity by further reducing soft costs."

Unirac, Inc., a Hilti Group Company and leading provider of high quality, competitive PV mounting solutions in North America, obtained approval for Roof Mount's (RM) innovative module mounting methodology from Trina Solar, a global leader in photovoltaic modules, solutions, and services.


The formal approval states Trina Solar's photovoltaic (PV) modules are compatible with Unirac's RM mounting system and maintain warranty when installed in accordance to Unirac's side mounting installation methodology.

"Successful collaborative efforts have three things in common; choosing the right partner, building trust and developing mutually beneficial goals," said Jing Tian, Director of Marketing, Trina Solar USA. "Unirac and Trina are two industry leaders working together to provide a unified solution to meet grid parity by further reducing soft costs."

ROOF MOUNT introduces the Power of Simplicity to the ballasted, flat roof solar industry. The system consists of only two major components, minimizing preparation work and installation time. RM allows installers to seamlessly design around roof obstacles, support most framed modules and bond the system with just the turn of a wrench.

"The ability for Unirac to partner with industry leaders such as Trina Solar provides installers confidence they are installing the best solution in the market today," said Peter Lorenz, CEO of Unirac. "We're confident in RM's future. As our flat roof solution is selected for high profile projects, we will continue to allocate our product management resources to develop relationships with partners such as Trina Solar."

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