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Axter General Fix®

Unique anchoring device for PV amorphous modules, crystalline panels and other roof mounted equipment

Axter has recently introduced GENERAL FIX®, a patented, lightweight fastening system for securing roof mounted equipment without penetration of the roof waterproofing system. GENERAL FIX® is compatible with all roof types and is designed for new build and refurbishment projects. Specifically developed as an anchorage device for crystalline photovoltaic panels and amorphous ‘thin film’ modules, GENERAL FIX® provides a lightweight, secure solution eliminating the need for expensive heavy array support systems that can compromise waterproofing and structural integrity. GENERAL FIX® is based on the Velcro® Hook and Loop principle and tolerates heavy-duty stress in a few square centimetres. It is easy to install and is designed to anchor all types of plant securely without ballast while preserving the integrity of the waterproofing and allowing removal of the plant for maintenance.

For many years Axter has specialised in the design and manufacture of high quality, fully integrated membranes for roofing and the waterproofing of basements and civil engineering structures to suit a variety of aesthetic and performance criteria.

Through early involvement in a project, Axter’s technical team can deliver value engineering to meet all design, specification and budgetary requirements. Free, bespoke designs and specifications are backed up by independent site inspections and long-term guarantees.

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