The adaptable DuraRack mounting system may be ordered for tilt angles from 10-40 degrees at 5 degree increments. Its rugged structure is positioned low to the ground and holds modules in profile to reduce structural foundation requirements (both labor and materials) and minimize wind forces.
The low-profile DuraRack design makes installation and maintenance simple and fast. The structure height makes it easy to build without using a crane, or having to climb up, climb down, and move ladders. Once installed, module cleaning is simple with each array easily accessible at chest height.
Designed especially for expediting the development of utility-scale solar plants, Array’s pre-assembled universal mounting clamps facilitate high-speed deployment regardless of project size or site location. And, in contrast to other fixed mounting systems, the DuraRack uses one fastener per module, reducing cost and construction time and simplifying the installation process.
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Array is the only solar mounting company with the experience, engineering, quality management, supply chain and support to provide the highest level of reliability for solar tracking systems.
“Array Technologies continues to be the tracker market’s standard for quality. We’re honored that Array trusts RPCS as their exclusive value added partner for all projects under 10 MW (ac), ensuring that system owners will recognize the Array quality through both engineering and installation.”
“It’s a great opportunity working with Array Technologies and using the DuraTrack HZ v3 system. Array’s tracker has proven reliability which was an important factor for this utility-scale project. The durability and maintenance simplicity of their product adds tremendous value to all the stakeholders.”
“Array’s unique tracker design easily accommodates changes in topography and helped achieve PNM’s goal of minimizing environmental impact by avoiding any site grading.”