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UBBINK SOLAR ON-ROOF SYSTEM Safe, secure and simple mounting for Solar PV panels Installation guide

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UBBINK SOLAR ON-ROOF SYSTEM Table of contents Solar On-Roof System introduction System components Roof preparation Ubbink solar systems overview Notes Ubbink - Solar energy systems

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The Ubbink Solar On-Roof system is designed for mounting all types of photovoltaic (PV) modules on to tiled or slate roofs. The system provides secure mouting without compromising the integrity of the roof. All pitched roofs from 15° to 70°, can be catered for The system is suitable for fitting modules to existing roofs, or for new build applications. The Ubbink Solar On-Roof system is guaranteed for 10 years, providing installation has been carried out correctly. Portrait format Incorrect Landscape format

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System components BASIC RAIL STANDARD ROOF HOOK HANGER BOLT ROOF HOOK (PLAIN TILE) ROOF HOOK (SLATE) The above images are representative and may change accordingly. Ubbink - Solar energy systems

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Roof Preparation Overview of system components a Basic rail b Module mid clamp c Roof hook d Rail connector e Module end clamp Overview of required tools I Cordless drill with Torx-30 (AW 30) bit Open-end spanner set 9, 13, 19mm (recommended: ratchet) Angle grinder with stone disk If necessary, wood to shim the roof hooks Planning the module layout 1. Number of modules in the vertical direction x module height (plus the distance between the vertical modules if necessary) 2. Number of modules in the horizontal direction x (module width + 20mm) + 50mm Vertical spacing of allowed hooks 3. Maximum...

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Determine the positions of the roof hooks according to your plans. Remove the roof tiles at the marked positions or, if possible, just lift them up slightly. Fix the roof hooks to the rafter using using 2 no. 7mm x 85mm wood screws. The roof hook must not press against the roof tile. If necessary, shim the roof hook with wood. If necessary, use an angle grinder or hammer to cut a recess in the tile covering the roof hook at the place where the roof hook comes through so that the tile lies flat. If grooved tiles are used, it will also be necessary to cut a recess in the lower tile. Minimum rafter/truss...

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Important information Caution! Do not use fitted roof hooks as a ladder, as this extreme point load could damage the tile below. Different installation on plain tile roofs With plain tile roof cladding, a recess must be cut into the tiles around the position of the roof hook. Base rail installation Attach the rails loosely to the roof hooks or L-brackets using the hammer-head bolt and the serrated nut. Please ensure that the hammer-head bolt is vertically positioned in the rail channel after tightening. The slotted hole in the roof hook allows optimal adjustment of the height of the rails. Position...

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Installation continued Installing connectors with rails Connectors are required to connect several rails together. First, insert the connector into the already mounted rail as far as it can go. Then insert the next rail firmly into the connector, until the rivet is no longer visible and the rails are touching. The connection is then complete. The rivet ensures that the connector is inserted in both rails equally. Module installation Before installing the bottom modules, should be provided modules you are provided with anti-slip protection (only with horizontal rail installation). To do this, tighten...

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Place the last module in the row on the rails and secure the last module with the end clamp using the Allen key (torque 9 - 10 Nm). Now slide in the first module in the next row from above onto the corresponding module of the row beneath. Some distance can be maintained from the lower module for optical reasons. A mid clamp can be used as a spacer to ensure that the vertical and horizontal gaps between the modules are of identical sizes. Continue installing the other modules according to steps 14 to 16, until all the modules have been installed. Installation complete. Please note: This system...

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Ubbink solar mounting systems overview Ubbink Solar In-Roof System The Ubbink Solar In-Roof mounting system integrates PV modules into slate or tiled roofs, ensuring an attracive and low profile appearance. The system is fully watertight and easy to install. The Ubbink Solar In-Roof mounting system is typically installed on new roofs where it reduces cost as tiles or slates are not required below the PV array. Ubbink Solar On-Roof System The Ubbink Solar On-Roof mounting system is simple, fast, economical and suitable for all slate and tiled roofs. The PV modules are fixed to a mounting assembly...

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Less energy, more comfort www.ubbink.co.uk www.ubbink.ie Ubbink (UK) Ltd Borough Road 33 Liliput Road Brackley Brackmills Northants Northampton NN13 7TB NN4 7DT Ubbink Ireland Unit 81, Cherry Orchard Industrial Estate, Ballyfermot, Dublin, Ireland.

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