FR2962796A1 - Device for fixing photovoltaic modules on sealed roof of e.g. dwelling, has longitudinal gutters arranged parallel to each other, and arranged remote from base surfaces of OMEGA shaped base profile for forming receiving spaces - Google Patents

Device for fixing photovoltaic modules on sealed roof of e.g. dwelling, has longitudinal gutters arranged parallel to each other, and arranged remote from base surfaces of OMEGA shaped base profile for forming receiving spaces Download PDF

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FR2962796A1
FR2962796A1 FR1055827A FR1055827A FR2962796A1 FR 2962796 A1 FR2962796 A1 FR 2962796A1 FR 1055827 A FR1055827 A FR 1055827A FR 1055827 A FR1055827 A FR 1055827A FR 2962796 A1 FR2962796 A1 FR 2962796A1
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24SSOLAR HEAT COLLECTORS; SOLAR HEAT SYSTEMS
    • F24S40/00Safety or protection arrangements of solar heat collectors; Preventing malfunction of solar heat collectors
    • F24S40/40Preventing corrosion; Protecting against dirt or contamination
    • F24S40/44Draining rainwater or condensation
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24SSOLAR HEAT COLLECTORS; SOLAR HEAT SYSTEMS
    • F24S25/00Arrangement of stationary mountings or supports for solar heat collector modules
    • F24S25/30Arrangement of stationary mountings or supports for solar heat collector modules using elongate rigid mounting elements extending substantially along the supporting surface, e.g. for covering buildings with solar heat collectors
    • F24S25/33Arrangement of stationary mountings or supports for solar heat collector modules using elongate rigid mounting elements extending substantially along the supporting surface, e.g. for covering buildings with solar heat collectors forming substantially planar assemblies, e.g. of coplanar or stacked profiles
    • F24S25/35Arrangement of stationary mountings or supports for solar heat collector modules using elongate rigid mounting elements extending substantially along the supporting surface, e.g. for covering buildings with solar heat collectors forming substantially planar assemblies, e.g. of coplanar or stacked profiles by means of profiles with a cross-section defining separate supporting portions for adjacent modules
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24SSOLAR HEAT COLLECTORS; SOLAR HEAT SYSTEMS
    • F24S25/00Arrangement of stationary mountings or supports for solar heat collector modules
    • F24S25/30Arrangement of stationary mountings or supports for solar heat collector modules using elongate rigid mounting elements extending substantially along the supporting surface, e.g. for covering buildings with solar heat collectors
    • F24S25/33Arrangement of stationary mountings or supports for solar heat collector modules using elongate rigid mounting elements extending substantially along the supporting surface, e.g. for covering buildings with solar heat collectors forming substantially planar assemblies, e.g. of coplanar or stacked profiles
    • F24S25/37Arrangement of stationary mountings or supports for solar heat collector modules using elongate rigid mounting elements extending substantially along the supporting surface, e.g. for covering buildings with solar heat collectors forming substantially planar assemblies, e.g. of coplanar or stacked profiles forming coplanar grids comprising longitudinal and transversal profiles
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
    • Y02TECHNOLOGIES OR APPLICATIONS FOR MITIGATION OR ADAPTATION AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE
    • Y02BCLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION TECHNOLOGIES RELATED TO BUILDINGS, e.g. HOUSING, HOUSE APPLIANCES OR RELATED END-USER APPLICATIONS
    • Y02B10/00Integration of renewable energy sources in buildings
    • Y02B10/20Solar thermal
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
    • Y02TECHNOLOGIES OR APPLICATIONS FOR MITIGATION OR ADAPTATION AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE
    • Y02EREDUCTION OF GREENHOUSE GAS [GHG] EMISSIONS, RELATED TO ENERGY GENERATION, TRANSMISSION OR DISTRIBUTION
    • Y02E10/00Energy generation through renewable energy sources
    • Y02E10/40Solar thermal energy, e.g. solar towers
    • Y02E10/47Mountings or tracking

Abstract

The device has an OMEGA shaped base profile (2) including two base surfaces (23, 24) forming respective returns of ends of lateral wings (21, 22) arranged opposite to a core (20). Longitudinal gutters (33, 34) are arranged on both sides of the wings of the profile and are arranged parallel to each other. The longitudinal gutters are arranged remote from the base surfaces of the profile for forming receiving spaces. The wings have an orifice (26) and another orifice that are formed opposite to the spaces, respectively.

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DEVICE FOR FIXING PHOTOVOLTAIC MODULES
The invention relates to a device, incorporating profiles of particularly suitable shape, for fixing photovoltaic modules, the modules may in particular constitute all or part of a waterproof roof of housing or industrial premises.
In recent years, for economic reasons, a certain interest in the use of solar energy has developed to partially meet the electricity consumption needs of homes or commercial premises.
To provide these electricity needs, it is known to have on the roofs photovoltaic modules comprising photovoltaic cells coupled in series with each other and generating a direct current when exposed to light.
Some large roofs, such as those of livestock buildings, are even more and more transformed or built by assembling photovoltaic modules, the electricity produced being generally resold to power generation companies.
A photovoltaic module is most often formed of a laminated panel comprising two glass substrates on the front face and the rear face, and between which photovoltaic cells consisting of a stack of semiconductor materials (for example silicon) are arranged. sandwiched between two metal electrodes.
All the above elements constituting the photovoltaic cells are surrounded and carried by a metal support frame, also incorporating the cables for electrical distribution. This frame offers the advantage of being able to easily report and fix a photovoltaic module on the roof.
The fixing of photovoltaic modules is usually carried out by fixing on the existing framework, more particularly on and transversely to the battens, metal sections spaced from the width of a module. The modules are then reported against the profiles, and are secured by appropriate fastening means.
Various types of profiles and fasteners exist. Most often the profiles have a symmetry with respect to their longitudinal median axis, two adjacent lateral modules being reported on either side of this axis. Furthermore, the fastening means consist for example of fasteners, a portion in the form of a rod is introduced at the joint of adjacent modules and is fixed in the profile, while another portion in the form of platinum is capoter edges of two 20 modules.
The sealing of the roof is in turn obtained by various means depending on the types of profiles and fastening means used.
The object of the invention is to propose another solution to the known photovoltaic module fixing systems.
The device of the invention ensuring the fixing of photovoltaic modules comprises at least a first section, said seat profile, having the general shape of an Omega (SZ) and comprising a core, two lateral wings extending facing each other. , and two base surfaces forming the respective returns of the ends of the wings opposite the core and being parallel to the core, and is characterized in that it comprises two longitudinal grooves respectively associated on each side wings of the profile, the gutters being parallel and spaced apart from the base surfaces of the profile to provide reception areas which are used in particular for the routing of the electrical cables connected to the photovoltaic modules.
Thus, the first section constitutes the seat of the device being fixed by its basic surfaces to the purlins of the frame, the gutters arranged in height of the base surfaces ensuring on the one hand the sealing of the roof, and providing on the other hand a sufficient watertight space for the passage of the electrical cables of the modules. In the rest of the description, the term "longitudinal" is used to denote the adjective referring to an orientation parallel to the slope of a roof, while "transverse" refers to an orientation perpendicular to this slope. The qualifier "lateral" for modules forming the roof covering, will relate to modules arranged side by side in a direction transverse to the slope of the roof; and "upper" and "lower" are understood to be the elements of elements positioned upwards and downwards respectively according to the slope of the roof.
In a preferred embodiment, the device comprises an assembly of at least two profiles whose seat profile and a second profile comprising a core, two lateral wings whose opposite ends to the core form the longitudinal gutters, the second profile being arranged by his soul straddling the soul of the first section.
Preferably, the profiles are metallic and made for example by a profiling technique.
The constitution of the gutters by a second section makes it easy to form a profiling and associate this second section by simple interlocking on the seat profile. Alternatively, the gutters could Io be directly associated with the seat profile by being welded.
The general shape of the first SZ profile advantageously has a central section of trapezoidal overall shape, the wings being substantially oblique with respect to the core. Such a profile easily makes it possible to ensure an overlap of the profiles when several profiles are to be abutted according to the slope of the roof to replace a conventional chevron framing.
In addition, the base surfaces in connection with the ends of the wings 20 allow anchoring of the profile closer to the middle portion of said profile providing a solid seat for said profile and therefore for the device carrying the modules.
According to one feature, the first section comprises at its distal ends fixing means for fixing other first profiles. The first sections all having the same section overlap at their distal ends and are assembled for example by screwing. The first sections, thus assembled and by their profiling Omega, form a continuous system with sufficient mechanical strength to replace the usual rafters of a frame. In addition, they no longer need to establish their junction at each breakdown of the frame, which saves in time of implementation.
Advantageously, the wings of the seat profile have opposite the space contained between the base surfaces and the gutters, a plurality of orifices that allow the passage of electrical cables along the roof.
According to one feature, the device that supports the edge of two adjacent photovoltaic modules, respectively, comprises opposite base surfaces, a longitudinal rib called said abutment, in particular integral with the core of the second section, this abutment rib serving on each of its side walls to wedge laterally the edge 15 of a module.
In addition, the rib in combination with the portion of the soul associated therewith advantageously provides a longitudinal slide along which the modules can slide to easily arrange them to the desired height of the roof.
Furthermore, in case of water penetration at the junction of the modules and the abutment rib of the second section, the water then flows along the rib, the core and the wings of the second section to fall into the 25 longitudinal gutters that provide water flow means longitudinally to the roof in these channels. The gutters arranged in the direction of slope of the roof open at the bottom of the frame in a usual gutter.5 The device further comprises at least one bead intended to cooperate, preferably by interlocking, with the median abutment rib of the or profiles, and to overlap the outer face (front) of the longitudinal edges of the modules. The pareclose is fixed to the abutment rib, in particular by screws provided with sealing washers.
According to another characteristic, the device comprises transverse troughs Io designed to be arranged transversely to at least two spaced apart sectional sections, and placed under and opposite the transverse junction of two upper and lower abutting modules, the distal ends of the chutes opening opposite longitudinal chutes. The device also comprises systems for fixing the transverse chutes. These systems are removable, adjustable in height and attached to the free edges of longitudinal gutters, realizing the maintenance of the trunking at a height close to the core of the first section. The transverse chutes are therefore, in the mounted position of the device, arranged at a height greater than the longitudinal troughs. The height adjustment of the troughs by the fastening system makes it possible to provide them with a slope. They can recover the water infiltrating at the transverse junction of two modules which then flows into the longitudinal gutters.
The device mounted and fixed on a frame thus allows to receive photovoltaic modules forming all or part of the coating of the roof 3o.
The present invention is now described with the aid of examples which are only illustrative and in no way limit the scope of the invention, and from the attached illustrations, in which: FIG. 1 represents a partial perspective view of photovoltaic modules constituting all or part of a roof, mounted and fixed using the device of the invention; Figure 2 is a perspective view of the device of the invention; Figure 3 illustrates a cross-sectional view of the device associated with two adjacent adjacent photovoltaic modules; Figure 4 is a cross-sectional view of a set of profiles according to the invention.
Figures 1 to 3 illustrate a device of the invention for mounting on a roof of photovoltaic modules 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, etc ... The photovoltaic modules are advantageously used as a roof covering (For all or part of the roof) thanks to the device of the invention ensuring, in addition to fixing, the waterproofness of the roof. The device comprises a plurality of sets 1 of profiles supporting the photovoltaic modules, and blocks 7 in the mounted position of the modules, intended to be arranged at the longitudinal junction of adjacent lateral modules, for example between the modules 1A and 1C, and 1B and 1D.
The sets 1 of sections are spaced two by two by a distance corresponding to the width of a module, the same assembly serving to support a longitudinal edge of two adjacent lateral modules. The modules are arranged between two sets and abutted by their transverse sides; two lower adjacent modules, such as 1A or 1C, and higher, such as 1B or 1D, are associated edge by edge by their edge. Sealing means not shown are arranged at the interface of the slices of the modules to provide a transverse sealing zone.
Modules are usually rectangular. They are here assembled in "portrait" mode, that is to say that their long sides are parallel to the slope of the roof. They may alternatively be arranged lo mode "landscape", their long sides being transverse to the slope of the roof and parallel to the purlins of the frame. In the latter mode, the profiles are simply spaced a greater distance and parecloses also remain arranged longitudinally, straddling the modules facing the profiles. The sets 1 of profiles are preferably metal, such as stainless steel, electro-galvanized steel, galvanized steel, or aluminum. A profile is made for example by a profiling technique from a strip. Alternatively, the profiles are made of composite material obtained by extrusion.
According to the invention and facing the cross-sectional view of FIG. 4, an assembly 1 of profiles comprises a first profile 2 forming the seat of the device and a second section 3 with a function of supporting the modules. The second section also constitutes a means of evacuation of water likely to infiltrate between the modules to ensure the tightness of the device and therefore the roof.
With reference to FIGS. 2 and 4, the first profile 2 has a longitudinal body of Omega-shaped (SZ) -shaped general section and provided with a core 20, two lateral wings 21 and 22 arranged facing each other, and two base surfaces 23 and 24 connected to the ends of the wings, opposite the soul.
The median section of the body is trapezoidal imposing the wings an obliquity towards the outside of the profile.
The base surfaces 23 and 24 allow the installation and attachment of the profile by self-drilling screws 11 to the panes 10 of the frame (Figure 3). Io Unlike a conventional roof, the framework does not need to receive rafters and conventional battens, simplifying the realization of the roof of the invention. Indeed, the first profiles 2 very advantageously replace the rafters extending from the sand pit to the ridge and being made integral with breakdowns of the frame. Of course, in case of integration of modules on an already existing conventional framework, the profiles will be fixed on the battens.
With reference to FIGS. 2 and 4, the second section 3 also has a general SZ shape. It has the same general profiling as that of the first section, of equivalent width so that it can overlap the first section 2 by sticking to it. Of identical width to that of the first section, this profile is against less high. Thus, in the mounted position, spaces 4 are formed between the base surfaces 23 and 24 of the first section and the lower part of the second section.
The second section 3 of longitudinal body therefore comprises a core 30, two lateral wings 31 and 32 opposite and oblique. The end of each of the wings, opposite the core, is folded to form a U-shaped 30 constituting a longitudinal gutter 33, respectively 34. The 2962796 Io gutters 33 and 34 form longitudinal channels of drainage. guaranteeing watertightness of the roof.
According to the invention, the spaces 4 arranged under the channels 33 and 34 5 form sealed areas in which the electrical cables connected to the modules can circulate. Advantageously, the first profile 2 comprises in its wings 21 and 22 orifices 25 and 26 which are formed opposite the spaces 4 under the channels 33 and 34. A plurality of orifices 25 and 26 are distributed along the wings of the profile and allow the passage of electrical cables under and along the roof in a sealed environment. The base surfaces 23 and 24 also serve as routing surfaces for the cables.
With reference to FIG. 4, the web 30 of the second section is provided in its middle with a longitudinal rib 35, respectively generating on each side, two shoulders 36 and 37 on which (FIG. 3) are intended to resting the rear faces 12 of the longitudinal sides of two adjacent modules, such as 1A and 1C.
The rib 35 is advantageously used for abutment and wedging of the modules. In addition, it allows, combined with the shoulders, to provide slides along which can slide the modules to arrange them at the desired location according to the slope of the roof.
In addition, the device comprises parecloses 7 for holding the modules in position. The parecloses are preferably made of metallic material, of the aluminum type.
As illustrated in Figures 3 and 4, a pareclose 7 has a core 70 overlapping the outer face 13 of two adjacent side modules 1A and 1 DC disposed on either side of a set 1. The core 70 is provided on its inner face, facing the second section 3, two parallel and spaced apart and spaced apart gripping wings 71 and 72 cooperating on horseback by interlocking with the central longitudinal rib 35 of the profile.
The pareclose 7 is made integral with the profile 3 by fastening means 73 of the self-drilling screw type, passing through the core of the bead and the rib 35. A rubber washer is arranged in interface between the screw head and the screw. outer surface of the rib 35 to ensure sealing.
In the event of infiltration of water beneath the pareclose 7 along the longitudinal edges of the modules, the water travels on the rib 35, along the shoulders 36 and 37 and the lateral wings 31 and 32 to fall into the channels 33 and 34 of the second section. The latter follow the slope of the roof and are intended to lead advantageously into a conventional gutter at the lower end of the roof.
Note that the elements 20, 23, 24, 30, 33, 34, 36 and 37 are parallel to each other and to the plane of the roof. Similarly, it is noted that the wings 21, 22, 31 and 32 are oblique with respect to the plane of the base of the first section, and therefore with respect to the plane of the roof.
To provide the appropriate length of chevron, the first sections (sill sections) overlap so that the upper profile straddles the lower section in the direction of the slope. The trapezoidal shape of the profiles facilitates the stacking of profiles for storage and / or transport on site.
The fastening of the seat profiles 2 is made by screwing 27 into their overlapping distal end zones 28. The assembly of the seat profiles advantageously replaces a usual chevron and extends along the slope of the roof transversely to the purlins of the frame to which the profiles are fixed. In this way, simplicity is gained in the manufacture of the framework, as it no longer needs, as in the traditional framework, the addition of rafters and battens to ensure the maintenance of the roof covering.
lo The tightness between the modules must be obtained longitudinally to the modules on the one hand, which is achieved by the longitudinal grooves 33 and 34 of the second sections, and transversely on the other hand, which is done by means of transverse chutes 5 which open on the longitudinal gutters. Also, to ensure sealing at the transverse abutment level of the modules, chutes 5 are arranged under the modules (Figures 1 to 3), transversely to the profiles. Each chute is U-section and extends between and transversely to two sets 1 of profiles. The chute, in the mounted position, is slightly inclined relative to the transverse plane connecting two sets of profiles, the end of a chute being higher than the opposite end. The chute opens at its lowest point, right of the longitudinal gutters 33 or 34 of evacuation. Fixing systems 6 (FIGS. 2 to 4) are provided for attaching the troughs 5 to two adjacent sets 1. These fastening systems are made integral with the free edges 38 and 39 of the gutters for fixing the troughs above the gutters 33 and 34. In addition, they comprise means for adjusting the height of the troughs in order to incline them to the flow of water.
By way of illustration and without being limiting, a system 6 (FIGS. 2 and 4) comprises a plate 60 comprising in its middle part a buttonhole 61 and on its upper edge a recess 62. The recess 62 allows the insertion and the support 5. The buttonhole provides a through hole for a clamping screw 63 whose body is intended to rest against the edge of the free edge of the channel and cooperates with a nut or a clamping plate 64. while the head is pressed against the outer face of the gutter. By adapting the height of clamping at the height of the buttonhole, this accommodates the height of the end of the chute and therefore its inclination. Additional non-illustrated sealing means, such as sealing strips, could be associated with each transverse upper edge of a module in the mounted position of the module.
By way of example, this L-shaped rod is an extruded profile of polymeric material, of TPE elastomer or other suitable material, of silicone type, extruded PVC surrounded by butyl. Alternatively, it may be metallic and provided with an attached seal, the metal part being integral with the edge of the module, while the seal is disposed opposite.
The mounting of the roof through the device of the invention is now described. The seat profiles 2 are joined together to form rafters. They are then fixed to the purlins 10 of the framework by screwing the fastening surfaces 23 and 24.
The support profiles 3 of the modules are nested on the seat profiles.
The troughs 5 are in turn fixed between two support profiles 2. Two lower and upper chutes are separated from each other by a distance Io corresponding to the longitudinal dimension of a module. They will thus be at the right of the transverse junctions of the modules.
Then, the modules are deposited on the support profiles 2. Low stops are provided near the sand pit to retain the lowest modules 1s in the slope.
In the upper part of the roof, near the ridge, high stops allow to fix the upper edges of the highest modules in the slope. The beads 7 can then be nested at the longitudinal junction of the modules and fixed to the ribs 35 of the support profiles 2.
Finally, a sealing ridge sheet, for example zinc, is attached astride the ridge, covering the upper ends of the modules.
On the sides and side of the pit, the sealing is performed by appropriate parts 30 covering the lateral and lower ends of the modules which are respectively arranged on the bank and at the lower end of the roof.
The device of the invention is thus simple and fast implementation, minimizing assembly operations and requiring only few elements, while ensuring the tightness of the roof covered by the photovoltaic modules. The evacuation of water is ensured while providing a sealed area at the base of the seat profiles, useful for the passage of electrical cables.

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  1. REVENDICATIONS1. Device for fixing photovoltaic modules comprising at least a first profile (2), said seating profile, having the general shape of an Omega (S2), and comprising a core (20), two lateral wings (21, 22 ) extending opposite and two base surfaces (23, 24) forming the respective returns of the ends of the wings opposite the core and being parallel to the core, characterized in that it comprises two longitudinal gutters (33, 34) respectively associated on both sides of the wings (21, 22) of the profile (2), the gutters (33, 34) being parallel and spaced apart from the base surfaces (23, 24) of the profile to provide reception areas (4).
  2. 2. Device according to claim 1, characterized in that it comprises a set (1) of at least two profiles including the seat profile (2) and a second profile (3) which comprises a core (30) and two lateral wings (31, 32) whose opposite ends to the core form the longitudinal gutters (33, 34), the second section (3) being arranged by its core (30) straddling the core (20) of the first section (2).
  3. 3. Device according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the median portion of the first section formed by the core (20) and the wings (21, 22) has a generally trapezoidal section, and in that the surfaces base (23, 24) constitute fixing surfaces of said device intended to be fixed on a frame.
  4. 4. Device according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the wings (21, 22) of the first section (2) comprise opposite the space (4), a plurality of orifices (25, 26). .
  5. 5. Device according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that it comprises at the opposite of the base surfaces (23, 24) a longitudinal and central rib (35), said abutment rib.
  6. 6. Device according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the first section (2) comprises towards its distal ends (28) fixing means (27) for fixing other first profiles.
  7. 7. Device according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that it comprises transverse chutes (5) intended to be arranged transversely to at least two spaced apart seat profiles, and placed under and opposite the transverse junction of two upper and lower abutting modules, the distal ends of the troughs (5) opening facing longitudinal chutes (33, 34).
  8. 8. Device according to claim 7, characterized in that it comprises fastening systems (6) transverse chutes, these systems being removable, adjustable in height and fixed to the free edges (38, 39) of the longitudinal gutters ( 33, 34), and realizing the maintenance of the chutes at a height close to the core (30) of the first section.
  9. 9. Device according to claim 8, characterized in that it comprises at least one pareclose (7) intended to cooperate, preferably by interlocking, with the median abutment rib (35) of the second section and to overlap the outer face of the longitudinal edges of the modules.
  10. 10. Device according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that it is mounted and fixed on a frame, the seat profiles (2) constituting the rafters of the frame, and in that it receives modules photovoltaic cells forming all or part of the roof covering.
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