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Krannich Solar and Renusol America have entered into a distribution relationship in the U.S., with the introduction of the Renusol VS Line and the Renusol CS60 mounting solutions into Krannich Solar's line of solar products and components for the U.S. market.

The Renusol VS is a flexible and light on-roof system designed for the easy installation of photovoltaic systems for pitched roofs, the company says. Pre-assembled clamps, fastener-free splice connectors, and slide-free L-feet are intended to minimize installation time.

The U.S.-manufactured Renusol CS60 is a ballasted mounting system for flat roof applications available in 10-degree and 15-degree tilts. Made of durable high molecular weight polyethylene, this compact system transports easily, sets up quickly, and requires no roof penetration with the addition of ballast, according to Renusol.




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