星期日, 10月 17, 2021
Home PV Companies SnapNrack develops flashing-free solar attachment that secures to roof decking

SnapNrack develops flashing-free solar attachment that secures to roof decking

Source:SnapNrack

SnapNrack, a manufacturer of solar mounting solutions, has expanded its SpeedSeal over-the-shingle mounts to attach to the roof decking. The company now offers SpeedSeal DeckFoot for its Ultra Rail Roof Mount System and SpeedSeal DeckTrack for the RL Universal Roof Mount System.

The rafter-independent attachment is secured by the familiar installation process of filling the sealant cavities and securing the mounts directly to the roof deck. SnapNrack’s patent-pending SpeedSeal leverages the force of the hardware installation to compress the sealant into the cavities, screw holes and irregularities of the roof surface. The sealant venting ports indicate a proper seal when excess sealant, thus creating a lasting 100% waterproof seal.

The new SnapNrack SpeedSeal DeckFoot and DeckTrack expand mounting options for the rooftop by providing structural roof attachments without the need to locate and attach to rafters. Following in the footsteps of SnapNrack’s first SpeedSeal products, the DeckFoot and DeckTrack eliminate the need to pry up shingles, therefore minimizing damage and disruption to the roof, while speeding up the installation process.

Both SpeedSeal DeckFoot and SpeedSeal will attach to specialty roof structures without standard rafters including TJI’s, metal rafters, tongue and groove and manufactured homes.

SnapNrack is now accepting orders for the new SnapNrack SpeedSeal DeckFoot and SpeedSeal DeckTrack with standard order lead times.

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