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.
Unirac Product & Services Statement:
We provide the best mounting solutions to our customers through high quality, competitively priced products, responsive customer support, industry leading engineering services and excellence in supply-chain management.
- Unmatched Experience
- Certified Quality
- Engineering Excellence
- Bankable Warranty
- Design Tools
- Permit Documentation
1411 Broadway Boulevard NE
Albuquerque NM 87102-1545 USA
Projects less than 300 kW
Projects 300 kW and greater
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Unirac announced that it has acquired certain assets of SolarHooks, a manufacturer of residential solar roof attachments. With this addition, Unirac now offers a comprehensive product line to the residential market, a large and growing segment of the solar PV industry. “We’re excited to provide a total solution for solar installers,” said Peter Lorenz, president… [Read More]
Unirac has a new shared-rail version of its Ground Fixed Tilt (GFT) system. The new shared-rail design delivers system and labor optimization for maximum productivity. Unirac’s commercial project support makes construction easy, from permitting through installation, including region-specific engineering and documentation. Kitted hardware, pre-assembled parts, integrated bonding, lightweight components and straightforward connections allow for one-… [Read More]
This installation tip is provided by Brandon Carrasco, director of customer solutions for Unirac It’s painful to watch installers climb down ladders multiple times an hour to grab more hardware before climbing back up only to realize they forgot something else down below. A crew with a good process and the right hardware operates like… [Read More]