The flap of a roof, if favorably disposed, provides an excellent opportunity for the installation of a photovoltaic system, because it retrieves a space otherwise untapped. The roofs of industrial buildings such as sheds, shelters serving industrial structures and greenhouses for agricultural use, are well suited to the installation of photovoltaic panels. The availability of space is usually large and often covers are flat and allow optimal positioning of the panels.
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PV on coverages
On the coverages, photovoltaic modules are integrated to the existing structure, making the photovoltaic system design and installation easy. The modules are supported by a structure anchored to the existing coverage and consists of a frame rather light, because it does not have to resist the action of the wind back. In any case, the PV system must be easily inspected in order to allow easy
PV on flat roofs
Aflat roof has a slope lower than the 1% and is generally coated with sealing sleeves. Enerray offers solutions that allow the fixing of the modules to the flat roof without major structural intervention (drilling or installation of the structure to the ground). This implies the possibility of installing the PV system without having to puncture the membrane and thus avoiding the problem of infiltration or restoration of the sheath itself. To exploit the potential of the surfaces of flat roofs, Enerray also offers systems that can optimize the problems of overload, using a dedicated technology can offer advantages in terms of light weight, low cost, rapid and easy installation of any technology solar. The modules can be mounted on flat roofs with minimum overload and optimizing exposure can be oriented towards the south so you get a system characterized by a higher power installed in the same unit area, improved collection of sunlight, and consequently, high returns.
PV on roofs shed
The shed roof is one of the most used and popular roofing in industrial construction. Presents a series of inclined planes alternating vertical, which houses the skylight of the building. The natural inclination towards the south of the oblique planes - as opposed to vertical ones, always facing north to avoid direct sunlight on the skylight - makes this type of coverage is particularly suitable for the production of a photovoltaic system, using a plan already structurally optimal and allowing costs lower installation.
PV on pitched roofs
The pitched roofs have one or more inclined surfaces. Particularly suitable for the installation of a PV system are the covers with a natural inclination towards the south, without the need for further guidance to the modules. But also in cases where the surface of the flap has an exposure not optimal, Enerray offers many solutions - even combining different technologies between them (CIS, amorfo, etcetera) - that suit to the incidence of the plane of the module with the sun ensuring a higher power installed in the same area occupied.