DPAS CON Mount


 

The DPAS CON Mount is an open terrain system whose design and configuration has been carefully

calculated and strictly tested.


In order to maximize flexibility and meet and exceed the expectations of customers, our engineers

utilize U-bolts to secure the solar modules. This improvement reduces materials and costs as well as

saving mounting time. The components are made of corrosion resistant hot-dip galvanized steel, which

ensures reliability and an extended product life-cycle.


Benefits


* Well-designed according to SAP2000.


* Cost effective and highly durable


* Maximizes flexibility, utilization of U-bolts eliminates the limitation of installing solar modules

with rectangular rails


* Abrasion and corrosion resistant, made from hot-dip galvanized steel


* Pre-assembled support units save installation time


* Suitable for any type of solar module


Components


S-Connector


Fasten posts to girders. a key component for adjusting the different angles of this mount.

 

N-base


Foundation parts of the DPAS CON Mount, used to fasten the posts onto the foundation base.

 

U-bolt


U-design not only reduces materials but also saves mounting time.

 

DPAL CON Mount


 

Compared with the DPAS CON Mount, the DPAL CON Mount uses aluminum components which makes the

system light and saves transportation costs. It is also easy to recycle and adds corrosion resistance.

Basically, the DPAL CON Mount is the aluminum alloy version of the DPAS CON Mount.


Benefits


* Well-designed after careful calculation of SAP2000.


* Maximizes flexibility, prismatic bolts can be attached at any location on girders and purlins to fasten

solar panels.


* Pre-assembled support units for quick and easy installation.


* Made of aluminum alloy, which reduces weight and transportation costs.


* Corrosion-resistant and easier to recycle.


Components


S-Connector


Fasten posts to girders, a key component for adjusting the different angles of this mount.

 

N-base


Foundation parts of the DPAS Con Mount, used to fasten the posts onto the foundation base.