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UK premiere for Futura Siplex

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Donauer Solartechnik presents new mounting system at Solar Power UK 2011  

At Solar Power UK 2011 in Birmingham from 26 to 28th October, Donauer Solartechnik will be presenting its new mounting frame: the Futura Siplex system with snap-in functions. It can be used on all roof types. The specialist wholesale company developed the system as part of its own INTERSOL range.

“Futura Siplex is a snap-in system that is particularly easy for installation technicians to work with for roof-top projects”, explains Annett Boland, engineer from the development department of Donauer. “The pre-assembled components reduce the installation time by up to 20 percent compared to previous mounting systems.”



With this system, Donauer Solartechnik is introducing pre-assembled cross connectors and module clamps that snap into the transverse rails using special clips and automatically lock in place. The system is particularly easy to install on tiled roofs. The transverse rail system can also be combined with all roof fastening elements supplied by Donauer Solartechnik. It offers the highest possible reliability thanks to the excellent stability of the particularly light transverse rails.



About Donauer Solartechnik
Donauer Solartechnik Vertriebs GmbH is active all over Europe as a leading specialist distributor of photovoltaic products, off-grid solutions and e-mobility. Its main focus is on the trade with high quality products relating to photovoltaics, customer service and engineering. Assembly systems and solar bike ports are based on its own technical developments and production. The off-grid department plans, delivers and assembles system solutions for independent power networks with PV or hybrid supply, industrial off-grid applications and independent water supply all over the world. The company was founded in 1995 and today employs around 230 people. Its headquarters are in Gilching near Munich, and it has branches in Portugal, Italy, France, Belgium, Austria and United Kingdom. Further locations are being planned.