From pv magazine International
Altrex – a Dutch company that produces ladders, scaffolding, and suspended platforms – has developed a new modular lift system for solar panels that can be used in rooftop PV projects. It says that its “Shuttle” system is light and easy to handle and mount, and can be operated with just a cordless drill.
“The Shuttle lift system has been developed based on the strength and stability calculations of our RS Tower 52-S,” a company spokesperson told pv magazine. “The special end-frame enables you to put the solar panel safely and easily onto the work platform.”
The system consists of guide profiles, a winch, and various consoles. The guide profiles are easy to clamp to the rungs and the winch is operated by a cordless drill, the company said.
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