Sunforson Walkway 2019-03-28

After investigated, more and more customers have gradually improved their awareness of PV installation safety. The new product PV anti-skid plate designed by our company has been recognized by most customers. Recently we had 1MW metal roof photovoltaic bracket installation project utilized this anti-skid plate in Thailand. Our products are designed with strong structure and simple installation. Suitable for any Pitched roof, flat roof,and open ground solar mount.

Walkway specification
Material: galvanized carbon steel
Size: according to the requirements of size
production, routine is 1 * 0.5 m,2*0.5m
Hole shape: the commonly used, round hole,
square, Crocodile mouth type

Product Strength:
(1) high strength, light structure;
(2) the fixed structure has high bearing capacity, and easy installation.
(3) beautiful appearance, galvanized processing has excellent corrosion resistance.
(4) the function of ventilation, lighting, explosion-proof, heat dissipation, good anti-skid.
(5) to avoid accumulation of dirt.

Please contact us if you have any inquiry about this product, you may contact us at: and call us +0086 0592 5735 570.

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