CELIT 4D PDF

Nevertheless, the components, materials and their installation process may vary in different cases, thus the information provided in this document should be handled with care, adjusting the installation with regard to the existing roof composition in each case. The aim of this guideline is not focused on the installation process of the BIPV modules, but the construction process of the substructure needed to install them. The roofing substructure is composed by an insulation material, a set of wooden vertical profiles and a metallic construction support system where the BIPV roofing shingles are installed. A schematic overview of the construction is given next:. Start at the lower end of the module array. Subsequent corrections are then more difficult to perform than at this point in the installation process.

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The basic construction and the materials for construction are described in guideline b1. This guideline shows the practical aspects and experience from the installation.

Wurtz screws are used to attach these aluminum profiles to the wood structure. For each 5. The vertical profiles are place on top of the beams to have maximum strength. The Celit 4D roof is too soft for that. For easy mounting an extra vertical wooden bat is placed on top of the Celit 4D at the location of the underlaying beam.

The profiles can easily screwed in the wooden bat. Then the Omega profiles are placed in between two roofing shingles in order to collect the rain water that will flow in the space between the modules. The figures below show the positions and number of these profiles. More detailed, the vertical profiles are mounted with screws over the wooden profiles and the Omega profiles on the roof surface alternately every 70 cm. The first and the last profile of the roof are the special fixture profiles.

Some are placed with their original length cm while some other are cut. The vertical distance between 2 ALUTEC RL profiles is of the highest importance because this space must allow inserting the panel but must also make sure that the panels will be difficult to remove by the wind. Starting from the left bottom corner of the roof, we mount the first horizontal profile, Then, using a module as a guide, we define the best gap between the horizontal profiles.

After that and having mounted the second profile, we repeat the procedure to mount the rest of the profiles. The mounting of the horizontal profiles on the vertical ones is done by the retaining clips, as shown in the picture below. After the framework is installed, we start placing the modules. The pictures below present the general principle of the module placement. The modules are slided in the horizontal profiles and fixed with the use of EPDM joins :. In order to avoid any risk of removal of a panel due to the wind, it is proposed to place an additional join T join.

Additional T joins are placed to avoid movement by strong wind. In this Belgium demo building we demonstrate the RS02 solar roof elements. The house has a roof and a facade. Components description.

Vertical and horizontal mounting rail. EPDM rubbers 7. Omega and hook profiles. The omega profiles are manufactured on demand by the local company Facozinc. Screws Wurtz screws are used to attach these aluminum profiles to the wood structure.

Installation of profiles on the roof The vertical profiles are place on top of the beams to have maximum strength. Installation of the vertical profiles on the wooden beams Three types of profiles have been used: Omega profiles that will be placed in between 2 panels in order to collect the rain water that may flow in the vertical space between 2 panels. Installation of the modules After the framework is installed, we start placing the modules.

The modules are slided in the horizontal profiles and fixed with the use of EPDM joins : 2 80 mm joins on the top side of the panel 2 80 mm joins on the bottom side of the panel 1 40 mm join on the side of the panel The pictures below show the panel insertion inside the upper rail and the final position of the EPDM joins in the ALUTEC FL rail. General principle of the placement of one panel Inserting a panel in the top rail The placement of the EPDM joins Additional T joins are placed to avoid movement by strong wind.

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