Solar panels are becoming increasingly common. You now see solar panels mounted on homes, businesses, billboards, and boats. If you are looking to make the best possible solar panel mounts, you want to consider roll forming. The main reasons you want roll formed solar panel mounts are speed, savings, and stability. In short, at Roller Die + Forming, we are always working on improving our speed of production and saving our customers money while never compromising the stability of the final product!
Using roll formed parts for your solar panel mounts gives your business incredible precision and consistency. Roller Die + Forming can deliver countless solar panel mounts that will work perfectly with your solar panel systems every time.
Why Roller Die Solar Panel Mounts are the Best
When you work with Roller Die + Forming, you start by working with our engineering staff to review our inventory of standard tooling and shapes. Since we already have the tooling for many shapes, we are generally able to make solar panel mounts with very little upfront costs. Our engineers work with the client to find the best shapes to meet the client’s specifications. We also use our multi-gauged pre-punch tool to turn your design into ideal mounts for your entire solar panel system.
Our Solar Panel Mounts Feature:
• Custom roll formed and welded shapes
• Simple to complex structures that fit exact specifications
• High-quality, corrosion-resistant metals
• Consultation with our expert engineers to ensure mounting success
With these features coming standard for any customer who is looking to manufacture solar panel racks, it is no wonder we are an industry leader.
“Challenge A potential solar customer developing a new racking system came to Roller Die + Forming with a somewhat unique Zee profile, which unfortunately would require new custom tooling in the range of $65,000. This project certainly had unique specifications, in that the customer demanded total flexibility with hole/slot locations on the Zee to accommodate multiple size modules and array layouts.”
You can read about one of our successful case studies HERE.