FLAT ROOF SYSTEMS

BALLASTED OR FASTENED – FOR ANY STATICS

Schletter flat roof systems are especially quick and easy to mount and can be adapted to all structural and construction conditions. Our structural engineers calculate the optimum design for your roof and ensure that loads are optimally spread over the supporting structures and the reserve load capacity is not exceeded. In doing so, we take into account the applicable building regulations as well as local wind and snow loads.

We minimize the number of roof penetrations required for fastened systems by intelligent planning and ensure that your roof remains permanently leak proof.

LOADING SOLUTIONS

FIXGRID18

Description:

  • Aerodynamic flat roof system
  • Raising angle 6 ° and 13 °, 10 ° on request
  • Ballast optimized
  • On request also available with quarter-point clamping of the modules
  • Building protection with aluminum lamination

Your benefits:

  • Fast assembly
  • Can be stored
  • Good value
  • Material and tool optimized
  • Up to 5 ° roof pitch can be installed without additional fixation

Product sheet FixGrid18:

Installation guide FixGrid18:

Component Overview:

FLATGRID

Description:

  • Cost-efficient system for slightly inclined flat roofs
  • Roof-parallel (flush mount)
  • Unit assembly system that can be combined with numerous Schletter components

Your benefits:

  • Only little superimposed loads required
  • Integrated surface protection mat
  • Optimized in material and cost
  • Schletter Configurator

Product sheet FlatGrid:

Checklist parallel to the roof:

Installation guide FlatGrid:

Component Overview:

COMPACTDIRECT

Description:

  • The triangular supports are loaded with concrete block loading kits, SolRack or SolCube
  • Inclination angles can be chosen in steps of 1°

Your benefits:

  • Quick installation
  • Centric load transmission
  • Stable aluminium construction
  • Inexpensive module elevation
  • Several combination options

Product sheet:

COMPACTVARIO

Description:

  • Elevation with interconnected module rows
  • Individually applicable
  • The triangular supports are loaded using SolRack or SolCube

Your benefits:

  • Rules out any “keeling over” of loaded solar plants
  • Reduction of required loads
  • Program-generated structural analyses

Product sheet:

COMPACTGRID

Description:

  • Horizontal mounting beams underneath the module row
  • Applicable on purlin roofs with east-west alignment with fixation to the substructure or with south alignment with fastening using Fix2000 trapezoidal sheet metal clamps

Your benefits:

  • Fast and easy to mount
  • Program-generated structural verifications
  • Optimum load transmission

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SUPPORT SYSTEMS

Description:

  • Various system configurations for any elevation angle
  • Ballasted and mechanically linked variants
  • Support angle selectable in 5 ° increments

Your benefits:

  • Optimal yields
  • Can be combined with all Schletter standard products
  • Fast assembly

Product sheet CompactDirect:

Product sheet SolRack:

Checklist elevated solar plant:

Component Overview:

VEGETATED ROOF

Description:

  • For vegetated roofs or roof with gravelling
  • Supports with bigger clearance height (about 400mm)
  • Utilization of the substrate / the gravelling as a loading
  • Minimization of the required loading by coupling of several rows (CompactVario)

Your benefits:

  • Sufficient distance on vegetated roofs
  • Optimized structural analysis
  • Available with inclinations from 15 – 30° in steps of 5°

Product sheet:

FASTENING TO THE SUBSTRUCTURE

ISOTOP

Description:

  • For roofs of industrial buildings with wide spans
  • Fastening to the girders of the hall
  • Object planning on the basis of an individual structural analysis software

Your benefits:

  • Reduced loading of the roof substructure
  • Direct load application into the supporting structure of the building
  • Optimization and minimization of the number of roof penetrations
  • Improved connection details

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