Solar Mounting System

Products Filter
Mounting System Type

    Solar mounting structures
    The solar structure has grown in popularity throughout the world. Dubai has generated a significant amount of growth, and with a target of 100 GW by 2022 (rooftop solar power capacity of 40 GW by 2022), Dubai is on the verge of becoming the largest solar nation in the world, with zero emissions. until 2070. Continued price reductions in solar systems compared to higher grid tariffs are driving global demand for solar solutions, resulting in significant growth.
    Solar energy is, without a doubt, the way of the future and a leading source of sustainable energy. Solar panels work best when exposed to direct sunlight for an extended period and placed at a specific tilt angle with the face facing south. A solar structure comes into play in this situation. The mounting system is one of the most innovative aspects of installing solar panels. If you want to install a solar structure, Pas Solar can offer you longi solar panels for sale.

    Why does it matter to build the right solar structure?
    Solar Mounting Structures are necessary for the efficient function of a solar power system in both rooftop and utility applications. While most of the system components (BOS), including inverters, DC cables, junction boxes, transformers, etc., are readily available through equipment manufacturers, the labor of an EPC contractor is most evident through solar structure and wiring management
    These structures let the panels rest easily, avoid damage, and most importantly, position them at the perfect tilt angle to optimize solar energy conversion. Solar rooftop mounting structures, solar ground mounting structures, carports, and solar tracking solutions have all seen significant advances in terms of weight, material, versatility, and ease of installation. Many technological advances have resulted in lower costs, better and faster installation, increased durability, and increased productivity. If you are looking for a solar structure to buy browse our website and find a solar structure price that’s right for you. You may even find a Solar Mounting Structures sale.
    Solar projects have recently been installed in Dubai using a variety of solar mounting technologies and designs, including aluminum and galvanized iron structures. Some projects have combined steel and aluminum structures, with vertical legs made of hot-dip galvanized steel and the rest of the members made of extruded aluminum. The following components are typically found in a module mount solar structure.
    The material plays an important role in the total solution because any solar structure is designed to last 20-25 years. The topography and environment of the installation area determine the strength of the material. As a result, there is a growing demand in the industry for highly durable, rust-free, and corrosion-resistant materials. This has resulted in the development of revolutionary products such as stainless steel, which has become very popular in the solar panel market due to its low cost and increased strength.
    Steel comes in a variety of weights, strength grades, and coatings, all of which command different prices. To get the best return on investment, look at the warranty provided by the company when choosing the material. Mounting systems are a key component of solar panels (they secure solar panels to the roof or ground) and are probably the most competitive solar product market. Those of you who want to use Sungrow inverters in your solar structure can refer to the Sungrow solar inverter datasheet for more information.

    Different solar structure types
    In terms of the overall production, efficiency, and lifespan of solar panels, the accurate and proper selection of solar mounting structures for solar system projects is critical.
    Because it is such a large expense, the choice of mounting systems should not be taken lightly. Solar modules need to be fixed, installed, and supported in a very stable and durable solar structure, which will protect the array from wind, hail, rain, snow, and even moderate earthquakes.
    They can be put on the ground, ceilings, or poles. There are five main types of solar mounting structures, four of which are fixed angle and one is variable angle:

    Roof Mounted Racks
    Floor Mounted Racks
    Racks mounted on the top of the pole and racks mounted on the side of the pole
    Racks mounted on the tracking system

    Roof Mounted Racks
    The roof-mounted solar structure reduces cable run distances between the solar panel and battery bank or inverter, but require roof penetrations and risk roof leakage, so the roof must be hermetically sealed.
    Another disadvantage of roof-mounted structures is that if the orientation and angle of the roof are not correct, your system will waste a lot of potential energy. You must ensure that there are no shade trees or other structures in the optimal free-flow path of your solar panels if you are using a roof-mounted system.
    When your home or building has enough space for all the solar panels you need, roof mounts are ideal. They can also be fixed or adjustable and can be used in combination with a solar tracker. Get in touch with Pas Solar now to find a solar structure in Dubai for sale.

    Ground supports
    The Ground solar structure is typically used to mount solar panels to the ground on your property. This is a potential solution if your roof does not have room for a roof mount or is excessively shaded by trees or is located in the path of the sun.
    They are often adjustable so they can be tilted up or down for maximum sunlight absorption at different times of the day. The downside is that ground-mounted constructions are vulnerable to vandalism, dirt, leaves, and snow buildup on the bottom of the array. As a result, ground-mounted racks should only be used in safe areas that are clean and stable (with little snow or dirt on the ground).

    Post supports
    Pole brackets are used to secure solar panels to poles, as the name implies. “Pole top” and “pole side” are the two main types of pole-mounted solar structures. The first allows the solar panel to be mounted on top of a pole, several feet above ground level. The latter secure solar panels to the sides of the posts.
    Fixed pole top racks are constructions in which the solar module is mounted on mounting poles which are fixed to the ground and tightened with concrete. The advantage is that it is less vulnerable to vandalism and the accumulation of dirt, leaves, and snow, but it is difficult to clean. Pole-side solar systems with a small number of modules are often installed on rack-mounted systems. Contact us now to get a solar structure in Dubai for sale.

    Mounted tracking system
    Tracker-mounted racks can be used for solar tracking systems as well as solar water pumping systems, making it possible to harness the greatest amount of solar radiation for power generation. They are very beneficial in hot regions. Single and dual-axis mounted structures are available for tracking systems.
    Single-axis trackers measure the sun’s movement from east to west, while dual-axis trackers track the daily and seasonal path of the sun and are commonly used with concentrating photovoltaic systems. Solar trackers are automatic devices that allow your panels to follow the direction of the sun throughout the day for the best solar collection and exposure.
    While solar trackers improve efficiency and eliminate manual panel maintenance, they are not widely used due to high total cost and the addition of another moving element that could break down and cause difficulties for the array. You can contact Pas Solar, the largest solar panel distributer in GCC, to find a suitable solar structure price.

    Different types of ceiling mounts
    Flush mounts are a simple, low-cost alternative that can be used with most roof-mounted solar structure designs. They are usually not adjustable and, as the name implies, they are meant to be hooked on the ceiling surface.
    Metal clamps hold the solar panels in place, leaving approximately 2-4 inches of space between the roof and the bottom of the panel. This provides plenty of airflow across the bottom of the panel, keeping it cool and efficient. As mentioned before this is an affordable option so if you are looking for a solar structure to buy, consider it. If you live in Dubai, you can contact us to get the best solar structure price in Dubai.
    When a panel overheats, its efficiency and lifespan are affected. These stands are great for homes, but not so much for businesses. Roof mounts are designed to protect both your roof and the solar panel. Flush mounting decreases the wind load of the solar panels. Flush mounts are the perfect solar structure for reducing the dead load on your roof; they work with any type of system, are suitable for high-wind areas, allow flexibility in panel pitch and orientation, and interfere minimally with roof drains.
    They are not without flaws, however. Depending on the type of ceiling you have, installing a flush mount may require penetration into the ceiling (which is usually not necessary), increasing the danger of ceiling leaks.
    Ballasted mounts are similar to flush mounts, except they use weights to hold the Solar Mounting Structures on your roof in place. This design can save labor time and money, but it also adds the problem of moving weights to the ceiling, which can be quite difficult with larger systems. Ballasted mounts eliminate roof penetrations, are quicker and less expensive to install, and allow up to 20 degrees of panel tilt for better sun exposure. This mount, on the other hand, increases the weight on your roof, has lower power density, and is less ideal for high-wind environments. Certain site features, such as roof slope and building height, limit them.
    Hybrid mounts are a combination of flush mounts and ballasted mounts, unsurprisingly. Some structural parts of both assemblies are used to accommodate ceilings that they can’t support either. Hybrid mounts require little roof penetration, can be installed quickly (depending on the model), and allow specific design optimization based on load and wind. These mounts are typically more expensive and take up more space on the ceiling, reducing the amount of space available for the system.

    According to the roof area and requirements, the type of solar structure design can be chosen. With these solar structure designs, you can use the space that you like the most. You can use the space under the solar panels for commercial or recreational purposes.
    All the design structures shown above are installed by us in different projects. Homeowners prefer elevated structures as they can use their roofs for solar power as well as use the roof for other purposes. Also, with this kind of structure, obstacles on the roof could be easily avoided. For commercial buildings, if the roof is clear of obstructions, the customer prefers to install ballast-type structures. This structure has a very low cost, therefore the cost of the project is reduced. So if you want to buy Solar Mounting Structures, contact our sales department for the best solar structure price in Dubai.
    If you are still not sure which solar power structure you should choose, you can always contact us. If you want to purchase solar structure, our technical team will be happy to help you find a solution that meets your needs.

    Solar Structures’ Frequently Asked Questions

    What happens during the solar power installation process?

    The first step in going solar is to register with Pas Solar to receive and compare multiple installation quotes. These quotes will include a variety of equipment options, solar structure material, financing options, and solar company reviews. They may even have a Solar Mounting Structures sale for you.
    When you find one you're happy with, your installer will make a site visit to assess your property. Once you accept a quote from Pas Solar, your installer will submit the necessary documentation for your system to be approved.
    The actual installation lasts a day or two.

    What is the difference between installing a solar structure on a rooftop and mounting it on the ground?

    The metal roof Solar Mounting Structures require 20% less area than RCC or ground mount roof solar systems. Solar energy on the roof helps to reduce the ambient temperature by around 2 degrees Celsius. Otherwise, both systems are equivalent.

    Is it possible to mount solar panels without drilling holes in the roof?

    Yes, if the roof sheets belong to the standing seam segment, the solar panels can be installed without penetrating the roof. If not, then drilling is essential, although precautions are taken to avoid leaking. Installation on RCC ceilings does not require any penetration.