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40×40 Direct

Ideal for spanning skylights

Quick. Simple. Secure.

With only a few components, this system can easily be fixed directly into the trapezoidal sheeting to create a secure and simple mounting system for the modules.

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1.46m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait & landscape

Module orientation

0.48mm steel & 0.63mm aluminium

Minimum trapezoidal profile thickness

1° - 45°

Suitable roof pitch

Aluminium

Material (mounting rail & components

Stainless streel

Material (screws, bolts & nuts)

Mounting Rail Direct

Ideal fixing solution for trapezoidal profiles

Quick. Simple. Secure.

With only a few components, this system can easily be fixed directly into the trapezoidal sheeting to create a secure and simple mounting system for the modules.

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1.02kg/m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait & landscape

Module orientation

0.48mm steel & 0.63mm aluminium

Minimum trapezoidal profile thickness

1° - 90°

Suitable roof pitch

Aluminium

Material (mounting rail & components)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts & nuts)

Hanger Bolt

For corrugated and trapezoidal profiles

Making an existing method even simpler.

Perfect for timber and steel substructures.

With a wide range of different sizes available in stock, it doesn’t matter if your project involves timber or steel substructures, we can help you find the best fit for your project.

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1.52Kg/m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait & landscape

Module orientation

1.0mm steel & 60mm timber

Minimum purlin thickness

1° - 90°

Suitable roof pitch

Aluminium

Material (mounting rail & components)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts & nuts)

Trapezoidal Console

Fixing solution for trapezoidal profiles

Steel. Timber. Concrete.  It works for all.

The console is designed to sit over the trapezoidal crown and can fix either into the roofing sheet itself or provide additional fixing into the substructure.

It doesn’t matter whether the substructure is steel, timber or concrete, we’ll supply the correct type and size of fixing screws for your project.

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3.60kg/m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait & landscape

Module orientation

0.48mm steel & 0.63mm aluminium

Minimum trapezoidal profile thickness

1.0mm steel, 60mm timber & 30mm concrete

Minimum purlin thickness

Aluminium

Material (rail & components)

Stainless steel

Material (console, screws & bolts)

Light Tegra

Flat roof solution

Designed simplicity without compromising the strength.

We’ve taken great care in designing a system that is really quick and simple to install but also requires a minimal amount of ballast.  The design incorporates aerodynamic principles which allow the system to use the effects of the wind uplift to its benefit and effectively self-ballasts. 

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9.70kg/m²

Weight (excluding module & ballast)

Landscape only

Module orientation

10° - 12°

Module angle

210 modules a day

Based on 3 installers

1° - 5°

Suitable roof pitch

Membrane, PVC, bitumen, concrete & small gravel stones

Suitable roof coverings

Stainless steel

Material (clamps, screws & nuts)

Galvanised steel

Material (supports & wind deflectors)

East West Tegra

Flat roof system

We lower the ballast not the quality.

We’ve incorporated aerodynamic principles into the design so that the system uses the effects of the wind uplift to create suction against the roof, which in turn dramatically reduces the amount of additional ballast. 

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9.70kg/m²

Weight (excluding module & ballast)

Landscape only

Module orientation

10° - 12°

Module angle

210 modules a day

Based on 3 installers

1° - 5°

Suitable roof pitch

Membrane, PVC, bitumen, concrete & small gravel stones

Suitable roof coverings

Stainless steel

Material (clamps, screws & bolts)

Galvanised Steel

Material (supports & wind deflectors)

Elevation Ballast

Flat roof solution

Connect straight to the ballast.

The elevation frames fix directly into the ballast using either stainless steel screws specially designed for fixing into concrete or chemical anchors.  The ideal ballast to use for this system is either concrete blocks or lintels with a minimum 100mm depth.

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2.93kg/m²

Weight (excluding module & ballast)

Portrait & landscape

Module orientation

1° - 5°

Suitable roof pitch

Membrane, PVC, bitumen, concrete & small gravel stones

Suitable roof coverings

Aluminium

Material (rails, components & elevation frames)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts & nuts)

Hook Plate

Alternative fixing solution for flat roofs

Fixing into flat roofs just became easier.

It’s true that not all flat roofs are suitable for ballasted systems, whether it’s because of structural limitations or the site’s location that prohibits this method.  But this doesn’t mean it isn’t possible to still install solar PV to these roofs. 

Instead, our Hook Plate system gives an alternative solution by mechanically fixing to the roof via a secure connection to the roof deck. 

Not only does this method avoid lifting and placing ballast onto the roof, it also removes the necessity to fix into the roof’s main structure, which sometimes isn’t easy to locate during the installation.

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2.50kg/m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait & Landscape

Module orientation

1° - 60°

Suitable roof pitch

Membrane, PVC & bitumen

Suitable roof coverings

Aluminium

Material (rail & components)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts & nuts)

Galvanised steel

Material (hook plate)

Park Tegra Ground Anchor

Ground mounted solution

Screws into the ground.

This system is designed to easily screw into ground that has a high clay content, making it a fast and popular solution, particularly for small to medium projects.

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9.77kg/m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait

Module orientation

30°

Standard module angle

Aluminium

Material (rail & components)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts & nuts)

Galvanised steel EN ISO 1461

Material (frame & ground anchors)

Park Tegra Pile Driven

Ground mounted solution

Is driven into the ground.

Using traditional piling techniques used throughout the construction industry, this system has a single leg that is driven into the ground to achieve a secure anchoring point, making it a quick, streamlined installation for medium to large projects.

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8.00kg/m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait

Module orientation

30°

Standard module angle

Aluminium

Material (rail & components)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts & nuts)

Galvanised steel

Material (frame)

Park Tegra Ballast

Ground mounted solution

Connect straight to the ballast.

We’ve designed the support feet, that sit beneath the main structure, to fix directly into concrete ballast using chemical anchors.  There are 2 main fixings per support foot, which provide a secure hold into the concrete foundation.

Although this is the main method of connecting to ballast, there is an alternative whereby a concrete mixture is poured around the support feet to create a secure hold.

These foundations can be dug into the ground with a layer of soil applied over the top to hide them from view, or can simply be left to sit on top of the existing ground.

* Estimated ballast – this can vary from project to project and should be used as guide only and will be subject to individual calculation.

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9.77kg/m²

Weight (excluding module & ballast)

Portrait

Module orientation

30°

Standard module angle

1200kg - 2400kg per frame

Estimated ballast*

Aluminium

Material (rail & components)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts & nuts)

Galvanised steel ISO EN 1461

Material (frames & adjustable feet)

Park Tegra Single Structure

Ground mounted solution

1 module high.

Sometimes a system is required to sit lower to the ground and reduce its overall height, whether this is because of aesthetic or planning permission reasons.

So we’ve taken some elements from our other systems to create an elevated frame suitable for holding a single module.  This allows us to easily adjust the height and angle of the modules.

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9.16kg/m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait & landscape

Module orientation

30°

Standard module angle

Aluminium

Material (elevated frames, rail & components)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts & nuts)

Galvanised steel EN ISO 1461

Material (T adapter & ground anchors)

Corrugated Console

Fixing solution for corrugated profiles

Steel. Timber. Concrete. It fixes to all of them.

The console is designed to sit over the top of the waves created by the corrugated profile.  It fixes through the top of the sheet and down into the substructure below.  It doesn’t matter if the substructure is made from steel, timber or concrete, as we’ll supply suitable screw types and lengths for your project.

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3.60kg/m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait & landscape

Module orientation

1.0mm steel, 60mm timber & 30mm concrete

Minimum purlin thickness

1° - 45°

Suitable roof pitch

Aluminium

Material (rails & components)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts, nuts & console)

Concrete Purlin Bracket

Clamps around the purlin rather than fixing into it

Accessing the purlins from below the roof.

An alternative solution for problematic purlins, particularly concrete ones, is our bracket that securely clamps around the purlin rather than fixing directly into it.

The bracket has 2 flat plates, 1 for the top of the purlin and another for the bottom.  These plates are held in place using threaded rods, which creates a secure clamp around the purlin.

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2.20kg/m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait & landscape

Module orientation

All sizes & materials

Suitable purlins

1° - 60°

Suitable roof pitch

Aluminium

Material (rail & components)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts & nuts)

Roof Hook

Residential system

Greater flexibility, smaller fixing holes.

It’s specifically designed for UK roofing tiles and rafter widths.

Since there are a vast number of different types of roofing tiles with different properties, we’ve designed just one roof hook that works and fits for all of them. 

The height adjustability in the arm of the hook, the ability to shift the arm left, right or centre and the smaller fixing holes in the base plate, all help to ease domestic installations with the use of just one type of roof hook. 

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2.81kg/m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait & landscape

Module orientation

1° - 45°

Suitable roof pitch

Aluminium

Material (rail & components)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts, nuts & roof hook)

In Roof

Residential system

Weatherproof, UV resistant and fire resistant.

Our integrated roof system has a metal backing sheet, which is not only fire resistant but also doesn’t melt in high temperatures unlike similar plastic counterparts available on the market. 

We use an aluminium base flashing around the entire system, making sure that it’s completely weatherproof and UV resistant, so that it doesn’t crumble with exposure to the sunlight.

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10.38kg/m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait & landscape

Module orientation

1° - 45°

Suitable roof pitch

All

Suitable roofing tiles

Aluminium

Material (rail & components)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts & nuts)

Galvanised steel

Material (backing trapezoidal sheet)

Roof Hook Slate Set

Residential system

Roofing tile replacement solution.

We’ve developed an alternative solution for roofing tiles that effectively replaces the tile with a flashing that sits over the fixing point.

The most popular tile is slate because of its fragile nature, which is where this system got its name, but it can be easily used with any other roofing tile.

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2.50kg/m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait & landscape

Module orientation

1° - 45°

Suitable roof pitch

All

Suitable roofing tiles

Aluminium

Material (rail, components & flashing)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts, nuts & plate)

Standing Seam Round

Clamping solution

1.8kN per clamp.

Each standing seam clamp can achieve a minimum of 1.8kN uplift resistance, which means that fewer clamps are needed overall within your project compared to similar clamps on the market.

Like the name suggests, this system clamps around the seam.  The bolt which tightens the clamp into position is located above the actual seam, so it provides a secure connection without piercing it.

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1.59kg/m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait & landscape

Module orientation

1° - 45°

Suitable roof pitch

Aluminium

Material (rail, components & clamps)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts & nuts)

Standing Seam Flat

Different clamps to suit flat seams

Small. Strong. Secure.

We’ve designed our standing seam clamp to be installed quickly but still offer a strong and secure connection to the roof profile.

We use our mounting rails to help strengthen the system and allow the weight of the modules to be distributed across a larger roof surface, so it doesn’t damage the existing roof.

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1.59kg/m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait & landscape

Module orientation

1° - 45°

Suitable roof pitch

Aluminium

Material (rail & components)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts & nuts)

Elevation Fixed

Creating an additional angle

We can make shallow roofs work by adding one of our elevation frames.

Quite often the solar modules need to be angled steeper than the existing roof can allow, whether this is for a better yield generation or to meet with planning requirements. 

Since we manufacture all the elevation frames in the UK, we can tailor them to any height or angle specification you require.

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2.93kg/m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait & landscape

Module orientation

1° - 90°

Suitable roof/facade pitch

Aluminium

Material (rail, components & elevated frames)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts & nuts)

Carports

Making dual use of car park spacing.

Because it shouldn’t mean sacrificing space for solar.

Since car park spacing is widely available, our carport structures are the ideal addition to generate energy for either electric cars or to be used for nearby businesses.  We understand the value of these spaces and so it’s important to us that they retain their original function.  It’s why we design and calculate each project on an individual basis to make sure that all the spaces are still useable while maximising their solar capacity.

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Façades

Easy and Efficient Wall Mounting Systems

In addition to utilising roof spaces, there is a growing popularity in applying solar PV to building façades. 

It’s easy and efficient to create a wall mounted system, either by fixing the modules flush to the wall or introducing an additional pitch via an elevated frame, which can be produced to any required specifications. 

Something a little more special.

Alternatively we can offer bespoke designs that can enable entire façades to generate electricity by replacing standard glazing with specialist glass modules.

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2.93kg/m²

Weight (excluding module)

Portrait & landscape

Module orientation

1° - 90°

Suitable module pitch

Aluminium

Material (rail, components & elevated frames)

Stainless steel

Material (screws, bolts & nuts)

Innovative design

For non-standard projects

It’s our ability to design, manufacture and supply innovative solutions for non-standard projects that helps to make us unique within the solar industry.  With extensive experience across many construction fields including architecture, engineering and manufacturing, we’ve helped to deliver countless bespoke projects through the UK and Europe.

By engaging with you during the early stages of the design, we can develop an exclusive mounting system for even the most challenging project.

Some of our most distinguished work can be seen in projects such as Fenchurch Street, Battersea Dogs Home and ASDA Bridgend.

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