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Flat Roof Attachment

Engineering Down to the Deck

Low-slope roofs (0-6°) are extremely common in residential and commercial buildings, but the roof construction and the structural system below vary significantly, creating a challenge for designing solar arrays. 

The IronRidge Flat Roof Attachment combines a high-strength cast aluminum base with a 16-point fastening pattern to enable the widest range of design options on low-sloped roofs. Compatible with most common roofing materials to ensure a system that is easy to integrate down to the deck.

Flat Roof Attachment

BUILT-IN WATERPROOFING

Flat Roof Attachment

Sealed from above with a “blind hole” and pre-installed sealing washing, the Flat Roof Attachment delivers integrated waterproofing with popular roofing systems.

HIGH-STRENGTH ALUMINUM BASE

Flat Roof Attachment

Made from high-strength cast aluminum, the 7″ wide, heavy-duty base delivers superior uplift and lateral capacity compared to any other product on the market.

16-POINT FASTENING PATTERN

Flat Roof Attachment

12-straight and 4-angled fastening options provide maximum capacity and versatility with wood, steel, decks, beams, and even concrete slabs.

COMPATIBLE ROOF MEMBRANES

Flat Roof Attachment

Formed membrane covers are matched to major roofing brands to ensure a tested, engineered system for TPO, PVC, and KEE roofs. No additional sealant necessary.

Flat Roof Attachment Documentation

Structural Selection

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Flashing Membranes

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UL 2703 CERTIFICATION

Flat Roof Attachment

All IronRidge Systems have been listed to UL 2703, the standard for evaluating solar mounting systems. This ensures they maintain strong electrical and mechanical connections over an extended period of time in extreme outdoor environments.

25-YEAR WARRANTY

Flat Roof Attachment

IronRidge products come with a 25-year warranty, guaranteeing they will be free of defects in materials and manufacturing which materially impair the use of the products for the purposes for which they were designed.

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