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Panel Claw have over 10 years experience in designing and engineering flat roof solutions for solar energy, with over 6,000 flat roof projects completed around the world, including more than 2,000 jurisdictions in 45 states in the US.
With its lightweight and compact design, the PB III HD is ideal for ballasting solar panels on flat roofs.
Extensive research and over $1 million have been invested into the software and testing of the PB III HD, to ensure that we can guarantee the ballast calculations. Unlike other ballasted solar mounting systems available on the market, Panel Claw have employed aerodynamic specialists, not only to conduct the testing, but to also understand and analyse the data collected from these tests. This in turn ensures that the system is correctly ballasted.
Since the PB III HD system uses smaller and fewer components, this means there are fewer pallets required for delivery. Not only does this reduce the overall project cost, but also the time and labour in lifting the pallets to the roof.
As with all of our products, our system calculations are free and upon receipt of order, you will receive a PDF copy of an informative AutoCAD layout, which will have all the relevant information to enable you to install hassle free.
We apply a separation layer to the underside of each and every support prior to delivery so that it’s ready to be used with the reassurance that it will protect the existing roofing material.
We understand that with the expense of lifting equipment and the time constraints involved that sometimes it’s better if the mounting system arrives to your site complete with ballast. Not only does this save you time waiting for more than one delivery, it also removes the hassle of you trying to locate the right amount of ballast for your project.
We calculate all projects using a combination of Eurocode Standards, National Standards and physical wind tunnel testing results, safely ensuring the correct amount of ballast is installed.
All flat roofs have some form of a pitch to comply with regulations that require rainwater to flow freely into the guttering system. We’ve ensured that our system also complies with these regulations by designing the support so that the rainwater flows around them, as opposed to railed systems that can obstruct the water flow.