New products at Intersolar Europe Cologne-based manufacturer Renusol to present a universal clamp for laminates and a new mounting system for metal roofs

All-rounder: Renusol’s new LC1 universal clamp
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The PV mounting system manufacturer Renusol will be presenting two brand new products at Intersolar Europe. Frameless glass-glass modules with laminate thicknesses from 3.5 to 9.5 millimetres can be fastened with the height-adjustable LC1 universal laminate clamp. “Since the LC1 clamp can be used for different module thicknesses, installers don’t just save mounting time, they also save on storage and management costs,” Renusol Managing Director Alexander Kirsch explains. He adds, “We assume that the market for frameless glass-glass modules will continue to grow.” The company had already developed the first universal clamp for framed solar modules in 2015, for which it was awarded the renowned Solar Industry Award.

Five percent higher yield thanks to optimised cooling system

At the world’s leading exhibition for the solar industry, Renusol will also be showing off its new MetaSole High (MS+H) mounting solution for the first time. This development is aimed particularly at solar installations in hot regions — the reason that the company increased the distance between roof and solar modules to around 10 centimetres in the short rail system for metal roofs. This ensures higher convection on the rear side of the module as well as better cooling, raising the yield at high environmental temperatures by up to five percent. This also makes it easier to lay and fasten the cables. As with the MS+ short rail system introduced in 2010, the MS+H also has specially produced self-drilling screws which don’t cause chipping.

Both the new universal clamp and the new mounting system are now available for purchase. Just like all Renusol products, they were comprehensively tested and structurally verified.

Renusol at Intersolar Europe

Visitors will find Renusol Europe GmbH in hall B2, booth number 180 D at Intersolar Europe from 15 to 17 May 2019.
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