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Solar Module Frame & Mounting System
photovoltaic panel frame, mounting system, holders


Aluminium Solar Panel Frame, also known as Extruded Aluminium Frame

Aluminum extrusions are widely used in both photovoltaic (PV) and concentrated solar power (CSP) mounting systems and frames, with innovative designs continuing to provide enhanced performance and reduced costs over earlier designs .
The aluminium frames around the solar panel, hugging the glass covering on top and the back-sheet at the bottom, has been important, though often ignored component of a solar panel.
Solar Photovoltaic (PV) modules generate electricity from sunlight use of photovoltaic effects of the sun battery semiconductor materials, which can be fed into the mains electricity supply of a building or sold to the public electricity grid. Reducing the need for fossil fuel generation, the growing grid-connected solar PV sector across the globe is helping create jobs, enabling families and businesses to save money, and cut greenhouse emissions.

Aluminium solar panel frame and mounting bracket are used to seal and fix solar battery components. They provide the structural stability for the overall combination of glass, EVA encapsulates, the cell and the back sheet. Enhancing components strong support and increasing the battery service life.

Why Does Solar Energy use Aluminium Frame?

The main reasons are:
· Use aluminium frame to protect the solar energy components
· Aluminium frame has good conductive properties and can be used as lightning protection during the thunderstorm.
· Last but not least, the strength of aluminium frame is high. Stable and reliable. Corrosion resistance.

AlutechWork Aluminium Solar Panel Frame Advantages:

· Anodized Aluminum Alloy 6063 is with clear coating for high corrosion and oxidation resistance.

 · High tensile strength performance to improve snow load resistance, rain and wind impact etc.

· The excellent mould minimized the allowance to 0.02mm as well as ensures the accuracy, ensure the smooth installation.


I.  30mm×25mm appropriate to 30 – 120 Watt Solar components

II.  35mm×35mm appropriate to 80 – 180 Watt Solar components

III.  50mm×35mm appropriate to 160 – 220 Watt Solar components

IV.  Other Customized Dimensions

The unique capabilities of aluminum extrusions have been proven extensively for many decades in applications necessitating cost-effective solutions while requiring excellent strength-to-weight ratios, inherent resistance to corrosion and other critical capabilities. Aluminum’s proven performance in transportation, building and construction, and thousands of other applications have made extrusions an obvious choice for solar frames and mounting systems.

The most successful designs utilizing extrusions do not simply replace steel with aluminum to take advantage of the material’s corrosion resistance, low maintenance costs or light weight, they also incorporate the ability of the extrusion process to place metal where functionally required for strength, fastening and other purposes. There are an infinite number of extruded profiles available, dependent only on the creativity of the designer to best match the needs of the product to the capabilities of the extrusion process and material.

The utility-scale power parabolic trough CSP facilities at , in multiple Spanish installations and in a “hurricane-strength” design for the Martin Florida NextEra Energy facility have shown that when properly designed, extruded aluminum solutions provide long-term exceptional performance in a cost-effective manner in the most demanding environments.

AlutechWork, a strategic material consulting firm, is internationally known for its work in highlighting the incredible value of aluminum for light-weighting transportation applications. It was determined that the extruded systems yielded exceptional performance, the lowest “total installed cost” (material acquisition, extrusion, fabrication, transportation, subassembly and final field assembly) and an end-of-life value three times that of comparable steel systems. The fluctuations in acquisition costs of steel, zinc (for the galvanized steel) and aluminum over a 20-year period were evaluated. The study concluded that there would have been no time during the past 20 years when a steel solution would have been a better choice than aluminum.

Engineers typically receive a thorough education in the use of steel as a structural material. While extrusions have proven their worth over more than 60 years, engineers are simply not as familiar with utilizing extruded solutions, and engineering design software does not yet fully incorporate the analysis and optimization of extruded solutions versus steel systems.