Flow Symmetrical series

Mounting system for flat roofs

Autarco's Flow mounting system has been designed keeping an ease of installation in mind. It provides a sophisticated yet simple, quick but proper installation. Suitably designed for new generation of larger solar panels, it is ideal for large or small installations.

Thanks to its smart and stable construction, it allows for ultra-fast assemblies whilst ensuring the solar panels are safely supported.

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 Linked fields up to 50 metres possible

Suitable for situations with high wind and snow loads

10-year product warranty

Key features

Rest panel on mounting and easily access clamps

Easy to set up in perpendicular orientation

Integrated cable management

Long side panel clamps for landscape orientation

Full installation with just one tool

Install up till 5 degree surface inclination

Automatic potential equalisation (NEN1010)

Pre-assembled components with fewer packaging materials

We've got answers.

What is the difference between Autarco's Matrix universal and Autarco's Matrix symmetrical system?

When the panels are installed in rows facing south (as is the case with the Matrix universal), there needs to be a distance between these rows to prevent the panels causing shadow on each other. In a symmetrical system this is not the case, so more modules can be installed within the same area. In a symmetrical system the yield per module is a little less, but the total yield from the area is higher.

Are all roofs suitable for the installation of solar panels?

Autarco offers different mounting solutions for pitched roofs, depending on the roofing material. The yield of a PV system depends on the pitch and the azimuth of the modules, where the ideal situation is a south facing roof with a pitch of 25-35°.

Flat roof systems are provided with ballast tiles to make sure the modules will stay in place. You should check the load bearing capacity of your roof to make sure it will hold the system, which can be anything between 15 and 25 kg/m². It is advisable to contact your roofing installer as well, to confirm the roofing material is suitable.

Obstacles on the roof and next to the building may cause shadows on the modules for certain parts of the day. This has a negative affect the yield of the total system, so this has to be taken into account on designing a PV system.

My roof has a drainage incident, will this affect the installation of the solar panels?

Up to a gradient of 3° this will cause no problem. For steeper gradients, special precautions may be necessary. Your installer can inform you on this.

Technical stuff

General properties

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