Why ESDEC Ballast Mounting Structure is beneficial as compare to other ballast type structures?
Lightweight structure with higher strength to weight ratio.
- Material Used: –PPE Reinforced with glass fiber is used module frame support, Aluminum Base Profile is used to connect PPE Support & for connecting numbers of rows in a series to form as rigid grid system, Superdyma which has anti corrosive properties are used for wind shield cover at side & rear ends. Also, Metal Inserts are used at clamping position, so that it can have a strong clamping force on module frame with the help of mid & end clamp along with fasteners.
- Quick and easy installation: – Easy snap fits are used to guide, locate, & lock the elements with each other.
- Minimum SKU’s: – Less parts are required for assembling the structure.
- Single Tool is used for fastening.
- Integrated cable management system & attachments for holding power optimizers & micro inverters
- ESDEC provide 20 years warranty to its module mounting structure.
- Any kind of ballast or gravel can be used as a dead load due to it’s unique ballast tray design.
How ESDEC ballast dead load calculation is done in comparison with ballast dead load calculation of other ballast structure
Ballast Load calculation is done by following steps: –
Step 1- We request client to fill Inquiry form in which basic project details such as google co-ordinate, building height, parapet wall height, flat roof membrane (e.g. Concrete RCC Roof, Bituman Insulated, Bituman Uninsulated, EPDM, PVC, TPO) and Roof Dimension.
Step 2- We access all the details send by the customer for the particular site and do wind load calculation by following IS 875 Standard code.
Step 3- Roof zoning concept is taken into consideration for calculation of Uplift forces, drag forces, combination of uplift & drag force on the roof in combination of different friction coefficient used according to roof membrane.
Step 4- The complete module layout segment is divided into group as per cluster connectivity and Ballast load calculation for per panel is calculated by using combination of uplift & drag force.