Rail Splice Solar Mounting Components
- Product Type: Solar Panel Mounting Rail Splices
- Product Model:SPC-DR-SP
- Material: Aluminium
- Application: Solar Panels Installation
Solar Mounting rail splice is one component of racking system which is linked two aluminum rails.
Large quantities of PV modules can be mounted on rooftops / ground by multiple supports of rail splice and rails.
As industrial standard,
the longest length of aluminum rails which produced from factory could not be longer than 7 meters.
In the mean time, it will cause difficult transportation and installation for too long in piece.
Rail splice play roles in joining two mounting rails together for large scale solar panel mounts.
The sizes of No.1 Rail Splices are:
L 150 [5.91″]× W 29.3 [1.15″] × H 16mm [0.63″]
Features of this #1 Rail splice kit:
1. Work as extension joints for two racking rails;
2. Secured supports for mounting rails;
3. Help saving transport freight and installing cost;
4. 10 ums above anodized surface treatment;
Parts and Components for aluminum rail splice kit:
rail splice bars, 2ps;
Allen bolt M8× 20 mm, 2pcs;
Serrated washers M8, 2pcs
T sliding nuts, 2pcs;
Any shape of customized splices are available designed your solar rail section .
Welcome to buy rail splice kits for installing longer lengths of racking rails.
|Solar Mounting Components – Rail Splice for #1 Aluminum Rail|
|Item type:||Solar Panel Rail Splice|
|Installation Site:||Roof / Ground|
|Profile Material:||Alum Alloy 6005-T5|
|Fasten Parts:||Stainless Steel Bolt / Flat Washer / Sliding Nut|
|PV Modules:||Framed, Frameless|
|Module Orientation:||Portrait and Landscape|
|JIS C 8955: 2011|
|International Building Code IBC 2009|
|California Building Code CBC 2010|
|Designed Lifespan||25 years|
|Inner:||Bubble bag+inner box+Carton|
|Outer:||Wooden Box, Steel Pallet, MDF, etc|
What is solar panel rail splice use for ?
Solar panel rail splice is used to connect two aluminum rails together
Solar panel mounting aluminum rail splice
Standard rail connectors can be used to connect two or more standard rails together to create a single longer rail.