星期一, 5月 10, 2021
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QuickBOLT’s solar top mount receives Florida product approval

Source:QuickBOLT

The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation approved QuickBOLT‘s QB2, an over-the-shingle solar roof mount. With state product approval, installers submitting designs using the top-mounted QB2 can expect a streamlined permitting process.

Florida building code standards are a result of high-velocity hurricane zones. All new projects must meet a set of requirements to ensure products are secure when tested against these extreme weather conditions. Florida Product Approval Numbers are the state measurement for these requirements and QB2’s approval required going through a series of rigorous product evaluations.

The QB2 can mount over asphalt shingle and works on flat roofs with Rolled Asphalt, EPDM and TPO. The product uses BoltSeal mechanical-compression technology and comes from the company’s 30-plus years of experience developing wood fasteners with Quickscrews International, the parent company of QuickBOLT.

QB2 comes in stainless steel and black for customers that want an all-black solar array.

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