SnapNrack was developed by a team of veteran solar engineers working with installers in the field to ensure a quick, efficient installation using modules from virtually any manufacturer. The SnapNrack roof mounting system simplifies and reduces the cost of the solar installation process. SnapNrack is a top-down roof mounting solution, load-tested and engineered for up to 190 mph wind loads.

The rail is a lightweight aluminum extrusion that is easy to transport, handle, and install. Snap-in sliding channel nuts ensure quick and easy installation and precise alignment of module clamps. Mid-clamps are ½" wide to simplify layout calculations. Every bolt in the system uses the same sized wrench, ensuring efficient installations and reducing labor hours on the roof. Standoffs and L-feet connect to the rails using the same snap-in channel nuts as the module clamps and no drilling required. Channels in the rail profiles can be used for clean, simplified wire management.

SnapNrack is engineered for durability and structural integrity in all environments, providing excellent seismic, wind, and snow loading protection on all components. Its compact and efficient rail design reduces material requirements and ensures a low profile installation on any roof. SnapNrack has been engineered from the ground up with maximum standoff adjustability for a clean, level installation even on irregular roof surfaces. Tilt-ups can be achieved with pieces of cut rail and the tilt leg kits.

Online Configuration Tools for Series 100 and 200 are available on the SnapNrack website,, as are installation manuals. The SnapNrack manuals are a complete how-to guide full of color photos, illustrations, and step-by-step instructions.

Most SnapNrack rails, clamps, and mounting components are made from 6000 Series aluminum which is heat treated to optimize material properties. All SnapNrack threaded fasteners are stainless steel for long life, even in corrosive environments. SnapNrack end caps and rain collars are manufactured from EPDM rubber for long life in high UV environments.