RBI ground-mount system minimizes field labor

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This product was featured in the 2015 Solar Builder Ground-mount Project of the Year Winner

RBI ground mount solar systems are designed and engineered for each customer’s site-specific conditions to minimize the field installation labor and require no field welding, drilling or other on-site fabrication. The company’s meticulous project planning provides a solar racking solution tailored to the unique conditions of your location. RBI provides a wide range of PV mounting systems in various sizes to offer freedom and flexibility to support every type of PV module.

RBI Solar ground mount system is a perfect utility scale solar racking solution with two models classified by Intertek to UL subject 2703. ETL Classified systems include proven models GM-I and GM-T which have been used on many large commercial and utility scale solar racking projects across the country.

RBI Solar racking solutions are designed to minimize field installation labor by: reducing the number of posts compared to traditional PV racking systems; having stamped drawings, including foundation; having optional pre-assembly for ground mount solar; using the same hardware throughout; and following contours to mitigate civil/site work. RBI offers a 20-year warranty.

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