At the sustainable exhibition stand in Hall A4, Stand A4.470 and A4.570, innovations of the flat roof system IBC AeroFix G3 and the IBC TopFix 200 for pitched roofs will be presented. Interested installers will also be able to assemble many new and proven components themselves in a separate test area and see the benefits for themselves on site.
Last year, IBC Solar presented its aerodynamic flat roof mounting system IBC AeroFix G3 for the first time at Intersolar. Now the company has made some improvements that make a big difference.
The sophisticated tilt joint has been equipped with a straight bar. This makes it even easier to align the tilt joint when mounting the module. The wind deflector bracket has also received an update. The wind deflectors and ballast rails are now mounted using thin sheet metal screws instead of the traditional screw and T-slot nut. This makes installation particularly efficient.
To connect the base profiles, the company is launching an internal butt connector. This mounting component also supports rapid installation on the roof and contributes to greater stability and a straight alignment of the base profiles. The butt connector also serves as a lightning conductor. This means that in the event of a lightning strike, the lightning currents are reliably conducted into the connected floor rail in compliance with regulations. The system just requires interception devices and conductors at appropriate intervals. This in turn saves time and material costs, space for the PV system is not restricted and the system costs are reduced.
IBC Solar is showcasing its tried-and-tested IBC TopFix 200 modular system for pitched roof installations. Utilising a range of clamps, rails, roof hooks and moulded sheet metal tiles, the system is suitable for universal use on almost any pitched roof.
Installers can test components directly at Intersolar 2023 and mount them themselves. For this purpose, there will be a separate test area at the stand, where IBC Solar experts will also be available to answer any questions.
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