Element is a revolutionary rail-free racking system designed for rapid and easier installation at a lower cost. Mounting Systems’ pre-assembled components and advanced design expedite the installation process while providing a durable and elegant solar system for pitched roofs.
- Vertical and North-South adjustability
- Only one tool required
- Lanscape or portrait orientation for optimal design flexibility
- Lower shipping and handling costs
- Designed for large seismic, snow, and wind loads
- UL 2703 pending
FEWER PARTS NECESSARY
Element’s patent-pending design features all the essential components needed for a secure and durable mounting system without the inconvenience of long, cumbersome rails. With fewer materials and pre-assembled components, installation is both easy and efficient.
Through advanced engineering, Element allows for both vertical and North-South adjustability to facilitate leveling and account for potential roof irregularities. The elegant die-cast aluminum base stands out from other systems that focus on extrusion, resulting in a multifaceted design with a low part count.
We have definitely seen a trend towards rail-free racking as the demand for it increases among both customers and installers. It is great to see this shift towards the next generation of solar racking.Residential installer
FASTER INSTALLATION. LOWER COSTS.
Eliminating rails equates to just a few small boxes per system, simplifying material costs while minimizing shipping and handling expenses. A reduction in system components allows for lower shipping and labor costs, which translates to a more efficient and simpler installation.
DURABLE AND RESILIENT
Element is able to withstand large seismic, snow, and wind loads thanks to its unique, die-cast aluminum profile, resulting in a highly resilient system that is compatible within a wide and diverse range of markets.
With vertical and North-South adjustability, modules can be mounted aligned or staggered in either landscape or portrait orientation for optimal design flexibility, maximizing layout options while avoiding potential roof obstacles.