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S-5! adds PV module skirt to PVKIT solar attachment

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S-5!, a top brand in metal roof attachments, has added a new module skirt to its PVKIT direct-attach solar solution for metal roofs. Paired with the PVKIT, the PVKONCEAL module skirt conceals the front face of the solar PV array, protecting all mechanical and electrical components underneath, as well as creating an attractive finished look. PVKONCEAL also helps to minimize the intrusion of small animals, debris and unwanted objects under the solar array.

Material: PVKONCEAL is made of corrosion-resistant aluminum with a prefinished black high-quality PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride – the same premium paint finish used to coat metal roofs) made to last the life of the solar array and the metal roof. The versatile lightweight solution can be used in two orientations to cover module frames from 30-46 mm thick.

“We are excited to add the PVKONCEAL to our portfolio of products, offering an aesthetically pleasing solution that protects the solar PV system and the owner’s investment,” says Rob Haddock, CEO and founder of S-5! “Our team is always focused on responding to the industry’s needs as we continue to innovate new and better solutions in a constant product improvement and invention/reinvention mode to bring competitive advantages to our customers.”

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