UNIRAC is the leading manufacturer of PV mounting systems in North America. Have confidence with our proven track record of performance with more than 2.8 GW of experience since 1998. Altogether we bring nearly 500,000 installationsÃÂ worth of knowledge to your project. Unirac is a Hilti Group company, a worldwide leader in the construction equipment industry.
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UNIRAC leads the industry with the largest number of racking and inverter combinations under UL 3741
Be rapid shutdown compliant with or without MLPEs. Unirac has the solution that fits your needs
Unirac has recently achieved UL 3741 compliance for its entire portfolio of racking systems. This is a major achievement, as Unirac now offers the largest number of racking (7 systems) and inverter (38 models) combinations that are UL 3741 compliant in the industry. This means that solar installers can have confidence in using Unirac’s racking… [Read More]
Bifacial Gains and RM10EVO: An Unparalleled Combination
RM10EVO shows higher % gains vs. commonly used 10-degree systems with wind deflectors.
By Unirac, Inc. Bifacial PV modules are a smart financial decision. As the energy industry changes, the cost of solar energy continues to decline. With the increasing demand for more efficient sources of renewable energy, innovators are turning to bifacial PV module technology to keep costs low. Several years in development, the design of this… [Read More]
East-west solar projects maximize the number of panels on an array
The sun shines from southern skies in the Northern Hemisphere, and for that reason, fixed-tilt solar systems are conventionally installed in a south-facing orientation in the United States to receive maximum yield per panel. Yet, there are arguments for installing solar in an east-west, or dual-tilt, orientation when sites are closer to the equator, have… [Read More]