Solar panels on pitched roofs with corrugated sheets

For mounting solar panels on pitched roofs with corrugated fiber cement sheets, fischer offers a wide range of solutions designed to ensure high performance and ease of installation. These solutions include a variety of double-threaded screws, brackets, profiles, and aluminum clamps designed to adapt to the specific project requirements.

Ideal for anchoring on roofs with corrugated sheeting, fischer's supports can accommodate various materials, such as fiber cement.

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How to mount solar panels on corrugated sheets pitched roofs

In the case of structures covered with corrugated sheets, the system involves drilling through the roof covering. Double-threaded fischer screws are then inserted, to which aluminum brackets are anchored, allowing for attachment to the solar rails

Fischer offers a complete range of aluminum rails that can be used to create sturdy and durable support structures. These rails are designed to ensure corrosion resistance and long-term durability of the photovoltaic system structure.

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Installation is fast because the covering does not need to be removed.
The fastening is safe: the connections with the profile are provided with a knurl that prevents any slip.
The screw is provided with an integrated EPDM waterproof gasket.
The system is compatible with load-bearing wood or concrete structures.

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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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