Mounting systems for solar panels
on pitched roof standing seams

In pitched roofs with standing seams covering, the metal sheets are joined together through folds at the edges, ensuring excellent sealing, strength, and long-term durability.

fischer has developed a comprehensive system that allows for the quick and secure installation and mounting of solar panels on pitched roof standing seams. The aluminum clamps are designed to be used on both Kalzip and similar types.

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Clamps for traditional standing seam covering

This system involves the use of rails and clamps that guarantee the fastening of the panels both in portrait and landscape orientation.

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Solar systems

Clamps for Kalzip standing seam covering

Thanks to clamps fixed directly on the Kalzip standing seam, the rails can be interlocked in a simple way.

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Solar systems


The connection of the system directly to the standing seam ensures, in addition to a fast installation, an extremely reliable, stable and safe fastening of the photovoltaic system.
The system ensures excellent ventilation on the back of the panels.
The hook is supplied pre-assembled and the accessories for connecting the Solar rails are included.
The clamps allow photovoltaic modules of any size to be fixed on the sheets.

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The new SOLARPANEL-FIX design software 

SOLARPANEL-FIX is an Online module of the FiXperience Suite for the design of mounting systems for photovoltaic panels: it supports professionals in the design of the photovoltaic substructure through a clear and logical flow.

The software allows to automatically calculate the actions of snow and wind loads through the geolocation of the construction site, according to the requirements of the European Standard EN 1991 (Eurocode 1). In addition, it allows to download the bill of materials to create the substructure, the installation plan and a technical report. The latter outlines the structural checks of the system parts, according to the European Standards EN 1993 (Eurocode 3), EN 1999 (Eurocode 9) and according to fischer specifications. 

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