One of the most important elements in a photovoltaic installation, to ensure optimum use of solar radiation is the support structure, in charge of supporting the solar modules, providing the most appropriate inclination for modules receive the highest amount of radiation over of the year.


Solar Innova structures are designed to withstand the elements. The materials used are hot dip galvanized steel (UNE 37-501 and UNE 37-508 standards) that meets the minimum required thickness according to the UNE EN ISO 1461. The screws used is galvanized or stainless steel and meets the standard MV-106.


Galvanized coatings are metallurgically bonded to the steel base, so have excellent adhesion. To be comprised of several even tougher than steel, and an outer layer of softer zinc layers of zinc-iron alloys, are very resistant to impact and abrasion system.


The Solar Innova technical department designs the type of structure that completely suits the particular needs of each client. Solar Innova has a wide range of standardized structures.



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