Solar racking manufacturer Roll-A-Rack is seeking 10 developers or installers to test its patent-pending flat-roof commercial or ground-mount ballasted solar-panel racking system.
“Developers and solar installers looking for cost-saving opportunities should consider participating in the Roll-A-Rack beta testing program,” said Don Scipione, president, Roll-A-Rack. “The beta testing program will help further refine our product and help make Roll-A-Rack an even faster, lower-cost solar racking solution.”
Following recent funding from the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office for Roll-A-Rack development, parent company Acme Express is ready to begin beta testing. The Roll-A-Rack system is single-component, unlike multi-component racking systems, which require pre-ordering, shipping, inventorying, transporting to an install site and labor-intensive assembly.
Like seamless rain gutters, which are formed and cut to length on-site with portable roll-form machines, Roll-A-Rack produces custom solar racking on-site and on-demand, with the intention of reducing labor and material costs.
Beta testers of Roll-A-Rack will help the company refine its manufacturing and installation processes. Beta testers will receive:
- Early access to cost-saving technology with minimal risk
- 100 kW of racking free
- Racks roll-formed on the project site by Roll-A-Rack at no cost
- Wind uplift analysis to determine ballast requirements
- Staff training
- A case study, which can be used for marketing
For more information about Roll-A-Rack and the beta testing program, visit roll-a-rack.com or email email@example.com.
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