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SnapNRack Mid Clamp Clr 1.31" -1.77" UL


Model #:242-02051

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SnapNRack Mid Clamp Clr 1.31" -1.77" UL

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SnapNRack panel mounting system.

The Series 100 product line from SnapNRack offers a sturdy, flexible, easy-to-install, and cost effective roof mounting solution for solar panels.   The standardized rail architecture uses an upper/lower or left/right rail set to hold panels in a row of any length.  Sliding mid and end clamps hold the panel frames to the rails; and a variety of feet serve as the mounting points to secure the entire assembly to the roof.

The channeled design of the aluminum rails allows the position of the feet to be easily adjusted so that penetrations into the roof itself can be aligned to hit structural timbers for the strongest attachment possible.

A typical SnapNRack solution will consist of several components, including; rails, rail splices, end and mid clamps, rail caps,  and mounting points.  A variety of mounting points are available to choose from, depending on the type of roofing material, including standard L-Feet, Flashed L-Feet, Corrugated Blocks, Standoff Posts, and more.  Knowing the dimensions of your roof space, and the make and quantitiy of the panels, Backwoods can readily recommend a configuration to best suit your needs.

The S-SNR-MC-C-MEDU model number designates a Clear, MEDium, Mid-Clamp.  Used in both Series 100 roof and Series 200 ground mounts.

Mid-Clamps are used between two adjoining panels, grasping the edge of each panel's frame and pulling them down, securely to the rail.  A row of three panels, mounted on two rails, would use a total of four mid-clamps(two adjoining edges x two rails).
The Medium size is for panels with average frames, accommodating a frame thickness between 1.31" -1.77".
The Clear color designates a clear, anodized aluminum finish.

Shipping dimensions: 2" x 2" x 2", weight: 0.2 lbs. 


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