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Flat Roof

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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Light tegra A

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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East west tegra A

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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Elevation M

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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hook plate H

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)

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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Elevation U

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)