The Iron Edison Design Team will custom design your solar array racking system based on your system needs and roof.
The SnapNrack Series 100 Roof Mount System is engineered to optimize material use, labor resources and aesthetic appeal. This innovative system simplifies the process of installing solar modules, shortens installation times, and lowers installation costs; maximizing productivity and profits.
The Series 100 Roof Mount System boasts unique, pre-assembled, stainless steel “Snap-In” hardware and watertight flash attachments. This system is installed with a single tool. No cutting or drilling means less rail waste. It is fully integrated with built-in wire management, solutions for all roof types, one-size-fits-all features, and can withstand extreme environmental conditions. Series 100 is listed to UL Standard 2703 for Grounding/Bonding, Fire Classification and Mechanical Loading. UL 2703 Certification and Compliance ensures that SnapNrack installers can continue to provide the best in class installations in quality, safety and efficiency.
* Appealing design with built-in aesthetics
* No grounding lugs required for modules
* All bonding hardware is fully integrated
* Rail splices bond rails together, no rail jumpers required
* No drilling of rail or reaching for other tools required
* Class A Fire Rating for Type 1 and 2 modules
Over a century ago, Thomas Edison found a battery design that he considered to be nearly perfect. Today, Iron Edison is proud to offer an updated version of this incredible design that is specifically manufactured for Renewable Energy systems.
Iron Edison now offers a full line of solar panels, charge controllers, inverters and more!
For more information on the advantages of Iron Edison batteries and on our company, check out our About page. Technical specifications and operating procedures can be found in our Reference Library.
A brighter future. Off the grid. Iron Edison battery systems can be used for 12, 24 and 48 volt applications. We can also help you optimize battery capacity to take better advantage of the solar, wind and other hardware you may already have in place.