CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Applied Energy Technologies, a global provider of solar mounting systems, announced Tuesday that all solar installations mounted with AET’s racking systems withstood the fierce weather conditions brought on by Superstorm Sandy.
“Our customers can remain confident that AET’s solar mounting solutions are engineered and tested to withstand the most rigorous weather conditions,” said John Klinkman, vice president of engineering at AET.
All of the solar arrays supported by AET’s patented Rayport B stainless series roof ballast system that were in the path of the storm remained undamaged and intact.
AET’s comprehensive testing methodology ensures that their racking systems weather the most extreme environments. Their mounting solutions have supported solar arrays throughout hurricane prone areas of the East Coast since 2009 and withstood the fiercest elements of nature remaining undamaged.
“All our racking systems are highly engineered and thoroughly tested to weather storms of this nature. As a company we take pride in knowing our racking systems are the most reliable on the market. Not only are they easy to install, but they give our customers peace of mind in their solar investments,” says Aaron Faust, VP of Business Development at AET.
AET designs, engineers, and manufactures solar mounting solutions for any type of solar installation. Every product is meticulously engineered with a focus on developing low-cost, high quality products that minimize assembly time. For more information visit www.AETenergy.com or call (586) 466-5073.