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Let’s Get Wired: Five new wire management solutions to watch

Let’s Get Wired: Five new wire management solutions to watch

August 30, 2016 at 8:10 am Comments are Disabled

Utility-Grade Solar Snake Tray Solution The next generation of cable management for solar installations eliminates the need to trench cables. Snake Tray’s hand-bendable cable trays with integrated anchor points require no fasteners to attach to the Z or C purlin of any racking system. Different models can manage string cables,Read More

The case for the adhered-ballast solar rooftop attachment system

The case for the adhered-ballast solar rooftop attachment system

December 7, 2015 at 12:30 pm 3 comments

Inventor Allen Gezelman asserts that ballast-only solar attachment systems (BOSAS) are sub-optimal for high wind areas such as Florida and  seismic-active areas such as California. As a result, Gezelman decided to come up with his own solution that he calls an adhered-ballast solar attachment system (ABSAS) that is designed forRead More