Rough-Ride for Roof Mounted Equipment

Field reports from HVAC and roofing contractors indicate an increasing issue relating to the stability of rooftop equipment installations.  Earthquakes at 6.4 magnitude in January ran through the Caribbean wreaking havoc with the electrical grid and power lines, not to mention rooftop-mounted equipment.  Elsewhere, high winds and violent storms have caused the same.  As the [...]

By |2020-01-27T21:05:31-05:00January 27th, 2020|HVAC, Knuckleheads, Nylon, Roofing Materials, Support, Wind Uplift, Wood Blocks|Comments Off on Rough-Ride for Roof Mounted Equipment

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 |2019-07-29T14:28:11-04:00July 2nd, 2019|HVAC, Knuckleheads, Nylon, Support, Uncategorized, Wind Uplift, Wood Blocks|Comments Off on KnuckleHeads and Hurricanes

Attachment and Wind Uplift

Attachment and Wind Uplift Failure to plan for wind uplift on rooftop equipment can lead to significant roof damage or even catastrophic failure.  High winds can impact solar installations as well as pipelines, especially when loaded on extensions. Mechanical Fastening The KnuckleHead System can be loose laid, but where wind uplift is a factor, [...]

By |2019-05-09T14:52:55-04:00October 3rd, 2017|Knuckleheads, Support, Wind Uplift|Comments Off on Attachment and Wind Uplift
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