As well as there being few obstacles blocking sunlight, waterborne locations promise higher power generation capacity than land-based installations thanks to their inherent cooling eﬀects. Moreover, ﬂoat systems are also expected to have the eﬀect of improving water quality by inhibiting the formation of algae by preventing sunlight from entering the water.
Low-cost system with very few parts.
Floats are packed with foaming agent to keep water out and maintain buoyancy even when damaged.
Rigidity and strength is three to five times better than hollow products.
Floats are designed with large central opening to maximize the cooling effect.
Suitable for use with a variety of different solar panel brands and models.
Panels to be installed with the outer dimensions of width 1,500 – 1,700 x depth 980 – 1,000 x height = 35 – 50 mm.
Rugged and durable tightened bands are adopted, which are simple, easy to attach.
We simplify the process of introducing waterborne solar power generation and enable long-term created energy.
Agricultural Irrigation Ponds
Industrial Water Retaining Ponds
Floor Control Reservoirs
As anyone can easily assemble the system, introduction costs can also be minimized.
Slide to ﬁt
in the upright stands.
Mount the solar
panel ﬁxing ﬁttings
to the ﬂoat.
Fix and join the
ﬂoats and bridges
with binding bands.
Move the connected
installations on to
the water in a line.
Fix the solar panel
to the upright
Fix the solar panel to
the ﬂoat using solar
panel ﬁxing ﬁttings.
Use a boat or other
means to tow the
structure to the
Fix moorings from
the holes in the
center of the ﬂoats.
Conditions for the
|The installation area should have a maximum water depth within 6 meters.|
|The location should not experience water loss due to draining, water shortages or otherwise.|
|The location should not be susceptible to high waves or strong currents.|
|The location should not be at risk of heavy snowfall or water freezing.|
|The location should have good road or water-based access and be close to connectable utility poles.|
As well as there being few obstacles blocking sunlight, waterborne locations promise higher power generation capacity
than land-based installations thanks to their inherent cooling eﬀects. Moreover, ﬂoat systems are also expected to have
the eﬀect of improving water quality by inhibiting the formation of algae by preventing sunlight from entering the water.
Materials that are lightweight, sturdy and resilient against UV light are used.
As the ﬂoats are ﬁlled with polystyrene foam they will not lose their
buoyance even if punctured, oﬀering peace of mind for long-term usage.
Please perform periodic inspections around once a year. Check for damage or looseness in the ﬂoats, the binding bangs that join ﬂoats together, and the solar panel ﬁxing ﬁttings that ﬁx the ﬂoats and solar panels together.
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