KnuckleHeads and Hurricanes

Recently Green Link principals, Phil Georgeau, Founder, and Lisa Mulder, Technical Director traveled to San Juan, Puerto Rico to survey the destruction caused by Hurricane Maria, and to study how the use of the KnuckleHead support system could provide more stable rooftop installations in the face of future hurricanes. Hurricane Maria, which struck in [...]

By |2019-07-29T14:28:11+00:00July 2nd, 2019|HVAC, Knuckleheads, Nylon, Support, Uncategorized, Wind Uplift, Wood Blocks|Comments Off on KnuckleHeads and Hurricanes

KnuckleHead Rooftop Supports: The Secret Ingredient

KnuckleHead Rooftop Supports: The Secret Ingredient The KnuckleHead support has been carefully engineered and features a distinct design.  But there is something else unique about it: the material from which it is made.  That material is a high-performance polymer called Nylon 66.  Nylon 66 possesses properties that make it ideal for the conditions a rooftop [...]

By |2019-05-30T17:55:41+00:00January 31st, 2019|HVAC, Knuckleheads, Nylon, Roofing Materials|Comments Off on KnuckleHead Rooftop Supports: The Secret Ingredient

Can a Simple Rooftop Support Be “Engineered”?

Can a Simple Rooftop Support Be “Engineered”?   Rooftop supports for pipes and HVAC equipment come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and, of course, prices.  Some feature a base made of recycled rubber and a metal top for supporting pipes or struts.  Some are simple one-piece units composed of molded plastic, some are [...]

By |2019-01-07T18:33:14+00:00January 3rd, 2019|Engineering, HVAC, Knuckleheads, Nylon, Roofing Materials, Support|Comments Off on Can a Simple Rooftop Support Be “Engineered”?