(Blocks NOT included)
The IronRidge Ballast Tray is a high strength and durable module support frame constructed of G90 Galvanized Steel and Stainless Steel hardware. The entire tray arrives at the job site preassembled as shown above and attaches to modules 12? from each edge leaving a 3/8? gap between modules. The Ballast Tray is designed to accommodate standard size solid concrete blocks (NOT included).
- 10 ¨« Module Tilt Angle
- Designed to withstand up to 140 MPH wind zones
- Integrated Tray Gounding with N/S and E/W grounding paths
- 20-Year Warranty
Composed of only three primary components, our intuitive system is easy to learn and even faster to install. The structural steel framework is built to last and backed by an industry-leading 20-year warranty. Even with the heavy-duty construction, the IronRidge ballasted system is light on the roof. Through collaboration with one of the top wind tunnel testing laboratories, our engineers have worked hard to develop a system that minimizes the amount of ballast required. In addition, an optional extruded EPDM rubber footing is available to help protect and maintain your roof?s warranty. Our modular ballasted system works with any size array and easily configures to avoid roof obstacles such as HVAC units or skylights. Since commercial rooftops are never completely flat, our ballasted solution was designed specifically with uneven surfaces in mind. The patent-pending pivoting mounting plate delivers ultimate directional flexibility allowing the system to automatically adjust to the contours of the roof. With installation speeds beyond 12 modules per man-hour, heavy-duty steel construction, competitive pricing, and versatility on the roof, our ballasted solution is the ideal choice for your next project.
The three primary components of the system are: the Ballast Tray, Wind Deflectors, and Module Clamps - all dependent on the size of your array, and modules used. Rubber roof pads, microinverter brackets, wire management options, and seismic anchors are also available. To determine exactly which components you need, call one of our Technical Sales reps, or click here to use the Ironridge Sizing Tool.