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Braddy with his wife, Jaclyn

From the article: Flashings
Issue: April 2007



Amorphous film modules laminated to a PVC roof membrane make the roof of this bottling plant a 340-kilowatt generator.

Photo courtesy of Dan Perkins Construction Inc., Ishpeming, Mich.

From the article: A sunny future
Issue: April 2007



The standard way of mounting crystalline modules to metal roofing is with blocks and clips clamped to standing ribs.

Photo courtesy of Dan Perkins Construction Inc., Ishpeming, Mich.

From the article: A sunny future
Issue: April 2007



Almost all photovoltaic modules now are equipped with quick-connect wiring that allows installers to simply plug them together.

Photo courtesy of Dan Perkins Construction Inc., Ishpeming, Mich.

From the article: Focus
Issue: April 2007



Modules are wired in a series until they reach a voltage and power level that works best with the power inverter; then, home-run wires are run back to a primary disconnect and the inverter.

Photo courtesy of Dan Perkins Construction Inc., Ishpeming, Mich.

From the article: A sunny future
Issue: April 2007



The ridge cap is removable for access to the wiring connections.

Photo courtesy of Dan Perkins Construction Inc., Ishpeming, Mich.

From the article: A sunny future
Issue: April 2007



Although small pieces of metal would not harm the 1/4-inch steel cutting blades, bolts such as the one shown here need to be removed from the material before it is ground.

Photo courtesy of Hutchinson Design Group Ltd., Barrington, Ill.

From the article: Waste not
Issue: April 2007



Pallets of the EPDM membrane from Cookson Elementary School are loaded into a holding container.

Photo courtesy of Hutchinson Design Group Ltd., Barrington, Ill.

From the article: Waste not
Issue: April 2007



A close-up view of the "guillotine"

Photo courtesy of Hutchinson Design Group Ltd., Barrington, Ill.

From the article: Waste not
Issue: April 2007


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