Espe sunparc launches SSK30 and Sunlazy ST
Designed, patented, and manufactured by Espe Sunparc America, SSK30 Monoaxial Sun Tracker and SUNLAZY ST ground mount rack are outstanding products of the most experienced Italian technical and manufacturing team in the photovoltaic sector, taking up the challenge of rigid climatic conditions.
Wind Tunnel Testing and Snow Loading Assessment were recently executed in Ontario by Espe Sunparc America subsidiary of Espe Sunparc, recently created by Espe Srl and Silfab SpA, two of the most important italian PV companies with nearly 40 years of knowledge and activity in the development of solar products, systems and services worldwide.
This expertise allows Espe Sunparc America to offer PV rack and tracking systems to guarantee a high level of performance and operation even in the most cold conditions.
SSK 30 Monoaxial Sun Tracker, thanks to its conceptually simple structure and its innovative design, maximizes the plant's energy production assuring low energy consumption (only 1.2 kWh/engine/year), low maintenance and high reliability. SSK 30's Tracking Software can be easily personalized per each location in order to optimize monitoring and management of the plant.
The other new system offered by Espe Sunparc America is SUNLAZY ST, a mounting system studied for fixed PV plants, easy to assemble directly on every soil and in every weather situations.
Components of both these new systems are in structural carbon steel cold roll and hop dipped galvanizing after machining. Foundations are internally designed, produced for and installed on all soil conditions. Further anti-theft system for module clamping unit is also available.
Espe Sunparc America's mission is to play a key role in the development of the growing North American photovoltaic market building of the achievements of Espe Sunparc, already a leading supplier of large scale photovoltaic systems specialized in the development, planning, production, management and maintenance of solar farms in Italy and abroad, as well as large roof mounted systems.
Posted by Gloria Llopis | 2011-12-09