Thanks everyone. Sounds like most have had the opportunity to do this. I can't believe that in the Colorado mountains this is the first time I am running into this situation in 12 years of business. I'm excited to see how it works. A concrete pad for the anchor plate will work out perfectly. I appreciate all the advice and so promptly. This list is such a great resource!
Aaron Mandelkorn President / Founder Renewable Energy Outfitters www.reosolar.com Off Grid Depot www.offgridnow.com 970-596-3744 On Thu, Apr 12, 2018, 11:16 AM James Jefferson Jarvis <j...@aprsworld.com> wrote: > On 04/12/2018 08:53 AM, Aaron Mandelkorn wrote: > > Thanks all. The flange plate was what I was thinking. It may be to > > difficult to level a ballast mounting roof system. Engineering may be > > a little difficult I assume? > No, engineering is easy. If it is unbroken it should be at least as > strong as concrete. The epoxy in anchors will work. If the rock is not > perfectly level you can do a thin concrete pad on top of the rock to > make a flat spot to bolt to. Drill the anchors through the concrete > leveling pad and into the rock. > > I love anchoring to rock. It's free and not going anywhere! > > -James Jarvis > APRS World, LLC > _______________________________________________ > List sponsored by Redwood Alliance > > List Address: REemail@example.com > > Change listserver email address & settings: > http://lists.re-wrenches.org/options.cgi/re-wrenches-re-wrenches.org > > List-Archive: > http://firstname.lastname@example.org/maillist.html > > List rules & etiquette: > www.re-wrenches.org/etiquette.htm > > Check out or update participant bios: > www.members.re-wrenches.org > >
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