K2 Systems Universal Module Centre Clamp OneMid for tiled roof
The module clamps cover the most common module frame heights of 30 - 42 mm. Compatible with SingleRail, CrossRail*, SpeedRail, MultiRail and SolidRail*.
With a simple "click function"
Material: aluminium, stainless steel A2, PA
*36, 48, XS, UltraLight, Light, Medium, Alpine
Please select your preferred colour above.
We can only order this K2 Systems product for you with a minimum order value of 500 euros net (total of all K2 products). We will unfortunately have to cancel K2 Systems orders with a lower value of goods.
The mounting system "SingleRail" for photovoltaic assemblies is suitable for roofing with pan tiles (tiled roofs). The roof fastening is done using roof hooks (CrossHook 3S). The hooks have threeÂ height adjustments in the base plate and are alsoÂ suitable for narrow rafters.
Here are the advantages of the SingleRail mounting system:
Quick and low-cost with direct lateral connections to the rail and customized height adjustment. No additional components are needed.
Secure snap-in assembly without needing to be screwed to the base plate.
- The strong combination with the CrossHook roof hooks can be used with most snow and wind loads.
K2Â Base: Plan your mounting system online
With the free online software K2 Base you can conveniently plan your mounting system online. The software is always up-to-date and platform-independent via your Internet browser usable.
The planning basis are satellite images from Google Maps. In addition, graphical drawing tools for roofs and module fields as well as accurate load and ballast planning are available. At the end, you will receive a project report as a PDF file that contains, among other things, the project data, the assembly plan, the bill of material and the static report.
As our customer, you can simply enter "inutec solarcenter" under "Company" in the base registration.
Downloads - K2 Systems Mounting System Tile Roof
Datasheet - SingleRail System (PDF, 440 KB)
Assembly Instructions - CrossHook System (PDF, 2,2 MB)