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System Footing

Flexible Components Speed Installation

Secure footings bolt quickly and easily to footing

bolt slots in any SolarMount® rail.

Standoffs

L-feet

Use standoffs whenever flashed installations are required, on tile roofs, for example. Two-piece aluminum standoff allow precise placement of a flashing over a secured base prior to the installation of the standoff itself.

All standoff types come in four standard heights: 3, 4, 6, and 7 inches. Appropriate flashings are available.

Standard for ground mount installations, L-feet mount rails to residential and commercial rooftops as well. Use them alone above asphalt composition shingles or in conjunction with flat top standoffs. Rail mounting holes are at two heights. In flush mounts, use the upper hole to raise the modules and promote air flow for cooling. Where aesthetics are the greater concern, use the lower hole to keep the modules close to the roof.

Two-piece aluminum

Steel raised

flat top

flange

Steel flat top

Strut-in-Tube Style Legs

Quickly set the precise tilt angle required. Styles are available for high profile (1 or 2 legs per rail) and low profile installations. Each series offers three leg lengths so that you can adjust to exactly the tilt angle you want — up to a maximum of 60 degrees — without cutting and drilling at the job site.

Strut-in-tube leg

Low profile

High profile

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