Solar mounting system

Finalist in Electrical Distribution in Consulting-Specifying Engineer's 2011 Product of the Year competition

05/09/2011


The Cooper B-Line ARISTA Monolithic Solar Mounting System is designed with limited components, many of which are preassembled and preconfigured per project specifications. The system can adapt to portrait and landscape mounting, and it accommodates many types and sizes of solar photovoltaic panels. It includes an expansion splice plate that connects rails with the hardware to maintain system strength without worrying about material expansion. The Dura-Blok supports help distribute system load, reduce potential wear to the roof, and are constructed of 100% recycled rubber. Preassembled strip is compatible with many ballast alternatives. 

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