Clamping Zones


The following clamping zones aims to illustrate the areas for correct placement of mounting points for current WINAICO Products. Please be aware that the images are not to scale and accurate measurement is required during installation.

Design Load = Test Load/1.5

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400W 415W Glass/Foil Modules


425-435W Glass/Glass Modules


525-530W Glass/Glass Modules

Clamping Zones

WINAICO modules are suitable for both vertical and horizontal installation methods due to their high degree of stability. The modules must be clamped in place at a minimum of 4 points. The modules must always be installed with the junction box either parallel with the ground if mounted horizontally, or at the top of a panel if situated vertically (see image below for reference).

If you have any questions regarding the mounting specified or require clarification, call us at 8091 277.



Mounting Clamps

The middle clamps can be used as spacers between the module rows when mounting the modules. To avoid any possible stresses and failure to comply with dimensions, a gap should be maintained between the module rows. WINAICO recommends a gap of approximately 2 cm but please refer to your mounting systems installation manuals.

For aesthetic reasons we recommend using black clamps for mounting our module series with black anodised frame and black backsheet. Do not touch  live terminals with bare hands, and always use insulated tools for electrical connections.

Product Descriptions

A technical summary of our current range of products available

Clamping Zones

Short outline of the best places to clamp

Mounting Guide

Do’s and Don’t for installing a system

Wiring Guide

The correct way to wire up the panels into an array


Notice for risks for installing any solar panels. Please Read


How our warranty will protect you

Transport & Storage

Outlines our recommendations for getting the panels to site

Unpacking & Handling

Unboxing and working with your panels

Cleaning & Maintenance

All installed? This is what we recommend to get the most out of the panels