Static friction coefficient with AeroFix and AeroFlat

Static friction and spring scale

In the flat roof sector, aerodynamic mounting systems have evolved, especially for foil, bitumen, green and gravel roofs. The reason for this success is the simple assembly compared to other systems, as normally no roof penetrations have to be made and better load values are achieved through the aerodynamics. Instead, ballast is only applied depending on the project. In this context, the so-called static friction coefficient between the bracket and the roof cladding plays an important role in all aerodynamic systems on the market, for example in our IBC AeroFix and IBC AeroFlat systems, because it strongly influences the ballast. How this is determined exactly and what needs to be taken into account is explained in more detail below. (more…)

Our year 2019 in review

The year is drawing to a close. Just before Christmas, we take the time for a review of the solar year 2019! Read about the highlights we have experienced over the past 12 months.  (more…)

Perfect match: IBC SOLAR teams up with three exclusive partners in Norway

In order to provide our customers all over the world with the best products and services, a trustworthy and reliable relationship with our selected partners, is of utmost importance alongside fulfilling the highest standards in safety and quality. One of the best examples is located in Norway.(more…)

Growth in Sweden – our franchise partner IBC SOLAR AB expands to Gothenburg

“We’ve come to make solar energy an important renewable and local energy source.” This is what IBC SOLAR AB, based in Stockholm, Sweden, who recently launched this year believes. They are the first franchisee of IBC SOLAR and supply  smaller installation companies with components for solar systems in the residential and small commercial rooftop segment.(more…)