The photovoltaic module, in order to be fixed to the surface it will occupy, needs particular structures used to fix the panel down into the ground or to the building, in such a way as to withstand atmospheric agents and any aggression from the air.

The structures on the market are in aluminium, stainless steel or galvanized steel. They are usually carefully shaped sections which allow the panel to be clamped by means of brackets to the supporting structure of the building or land where the plant is located. The choice of the structure and the way in which it is fixed down depends on the environmental situation of the place where it is being installed and on the local building regulations.

Shunda Energia Italiana can offer patents and innovative solutions which are suitable for any plant and the location in which it will be installed, such as in particular the new clamping system for STF/MFZ roofs.