EVO 2.0 East/West
Find out more about EVO 2.0 East/West - the uncompromising flat roof assembly system for Photovoltaic large-scale systems.
PMT has made a name for itself in the market going ahead in innovation and has gained as one of the first companies the national technical approval Z-14.4-790 from the German Institute for Structural Engineering for its aerodynamic flat roof system “PMT Evolution”.
Using all compromising testing procedures like duplexing and long-term testing, as well as experimental component testing, we are working on a continuous development and optimization of all our products. This guarantees our high demand on quality and sets standards for all future enterprises who want to obtain the NTA.
Considering the stage of development, the testing procedures and the safety standards, PMT provides the best mounting systems in the entire market. This attitude to product and safety is emphasized by PMT by a 10 years insurance cover and warranty period.
The National Technical Approval guarantees total legal certainty for our product.
PMT turns safety into standard.
Damages of the roofing cladding followed by penetrating water, caused by drill chips, heavy use of tools or cutting operations.
Destruction of the thermal insulation through already single overload, caused by to small contact surfaces of the mounting system on the roof cladding.
Damage or discontinuity of the object`s use compared with production loss due to penetrating water, ban of use by danger of building collapse and danger of collateral damages and injury to people.
Damage and destruction of the roof through faults during assembly of the mounting system, a lack of knowledge of the system and the resulting lack of the ballast requirements, frost damages in the system or unsecure positioning of the ballast.
Irreparable damage of the roof cladding, through mechanical overload, red algaes or frost damages, caused by too small contact surfaces and a lack of professional knowledge.
Massive damages like microcracks in the modules with considerable losses of efficiency in the transmission of load through the modules as a result.