Photovoltaic (Solar) Laminates

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Photovoltaic Laminates (PVL) can be applied to Dimond Roofings range of metal tray products to enable solar power generation, including the popular Solar-Rib, Heritage Tray and Eurotray profiles, and can be applied at the time of installation, or after the roofing profile has been installed.

Laminates are 348mm wide and available in 5.910mm and 2.585mm lengths, and in general, have a lead time of 12 weeks.

Key Feartures:

There are many advantages in the use of Photovoltaic Laminates, over traditional glass panels, with some of the key advantages being:

  • Aesthetic, for example with laminate, unlike glass panels there are no obvious protrusions or exposed cabling. Photovoltaic Laminates sit in the roof tray, require no additional fixings and fit seamlessly into the roof profile. Laminates can be also used on curved roofs.
  • Shade and UV tolerant
  • The highest kilowatt hour yield per watt (peak) and have a high-efficiency rate even when in the shade of at a low pitch
  • Fully supported by roofing manufacturer Dimond Roofing and only installed by recommended installers giving peace of mind in the quality of materials and workmanship.

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Photovoltaic (Solar) Laminates

Photovoltaic Laminates (PVL) can be applied to Dimond Roofings range of metal tray products to enable solar power generation, including the popular Solar-Rib, Heritage Tray and Eurotray profiles, and can be applied at the time of installation, or after the roofing profile has been installed.

Laminates are 348mm wide and available in 5.910mm and 2.585mm lengths, and in general, have a lead time of 12 weeks.

Key Feartures:

There are many advantages in the use of Photovoltaic Laminates, over traditional glass panels, with some of the key advantages being:

  • Aesthetic, for example with laminate, unlike glass panels there are no obvious protrusions or exposed cabling. Photovoltaic Laminates sit in the roof tray, require no additional fixings and fit seamlessly into the roof profile. Laminates can be also used on curved roofs.
  • Shade and UV tolerant
  • The highest kilowatt hour yield per watt (peak) and have a high-efficiency rate even when in the shade of at a low pitch
  • Fully supported by roofing manufacturer Dimond Roofing and only installed by recommended installers giving peace of mind in the quality of materials and workmanship.

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Photovoltaic (Solar) Laminates

Photovoltaic Laminates (PVL) can be applied to Dimond Roofings range of metal tray products to enable solar power generation, including the popular Solar-Rib, Heritage Tray and Eurotray profiles, and can be applied at the time of installation, or after the roofing profile has been installed.

Laminates are 348mm wide and available in 5.910mm and 2.585mm lengths, and in general, have a lead time of 12 weeks.

Key Feartures:

There are many advantages in the use of Photovoltaic Laminates, over traditional glass panels, with some of the key advantages being:

  • Aesthetic, for example with laminate, unlike glass panels there are no obvious protrusions or exposed cabling. Photovoltaic Laminates sit in the roof tray, require no additional fixings and fit seamlessly into the roof profile. Laminates can be also used on curved roofs.
  • Shade and UV tolerant
  • The highest kilowatt hour yield per watt (peak) and have a high-efficiency rate even when in the shade of at a low pitch
  • Fully supported by roofing manufacturer Dimond Roofing and only installed by recommended installers giving peace of mind in the quality of materials and workmanship.

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