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Monocrystalline PV panel SOLARCLAD
curvedfor in-roof systems

monocrystalline PV panel
monocrystalline PV panel
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Characteristics

Technology
monocrystalline
Options
curved
Other characteristics
for in-roof systems
Peak power

4 W

Description

Aesthetic solar architecture With Kalzip AluPlusSolar a wide range of roof shapes can be achieved. Barrel duo or monopitch roofs can be designed as energy roofs just as easily as individually curved shapes. Kalzip AluPlusSolar can also be used for the entire building envelope and facade surfaces. Kalzip offers architects planning possibilities for designing solar living spaces in an environmentally conscious manner – economically, sustainably and aesthetically. We are working with different partners depending on the region in which the project is located. Roof design: 1. PV laminat, 2. Solar clad, 3. Kalzip fixing clamp type, 4. Kalzip standing seam sheet 65/… or 50/… Planning notes Recommended roof inclination from 1.5° Application in complete building envelope or facade after consultation with application technology Design (electricand fastening) according to Kalzip SolarSystems assembly guidelines DAS ENERGY Power range 110 Wp (tolerance -3.5 / +3.5W) High reliability IEC 61730 | IEC 61215 IEC 62804-1 Voltage-induced degradation test IEC 61701 Salt Mist Corrosion Test IEC 62716 Ammonia Corrosion Test EN 13501-5 BROOF (t1) “Fire Test” Guarantee 10-year product warranty 25 years linear performance guarantee for building-integrated and building-applicated PV modules Aesthetic solar architecture SolarClad Benefits & Features: PV retrofit solution laminated on flat sheets for all Kalzip construction widths Light weight – including solar modules only approx. 7 kg/m2 SolarClad can be mounted vertically, horizontally, roof parallel or raised Retrofitting of existing Kalzip roofs
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