There are a large number of extreme weather fluctuations in India every year.
Strong winds, cyclones and hurricanes are common in many Indian states.
With the increasing photovoltaic panels on the roofs of Indian buildings, a new phenomenon has emerged.
Photovoltaic panels can become a dangerous element of houses if they are not fixed with a quality construction solution.
As we can see in the photos, there are a number of low-quality construction systems.
If poor quality construction systems cause damage to property or health, the owner of the photovoltaic systems is responsible.
Therefore, the requirement for a tested and verified design system is the basis for a reasonable investment.
A reliable construction system will not only ensure photovoltaic panels, but will also prevent possible damage to the health and property of others.
The Indian Government's recommendation is to use quality systems for photovoltaic panels. It is only a matter of time before certificates and tests in the wind tunnel become mandatory for manufacturers of photovoltaic structures.
Solar-kit systems are developed and tested for maximum load, watertightness, electrical stability, and most importantly for wind load, which is the biggest danger in India