Description: Profiled aluminium plating providing a solid footing distributing the weight of the unit over the roof covering. Positioning of bolts on brackets are off centre in order to allow the foot plate of the geyser to rest squarely in the centre of the bracket once installed.
Easy to use wing nuts are supplied to minimise effort on installation.
The foot plate of the geyser has to be fitted to the geyser before the bracket is fitted onto the foot plate.
Once the roof covering is moved away, the stainless steel strapping attached to the bracket is then wrapped around timber roof structure for anchoring the bracket. Be sure to secure the strapping onto the timber using tech screws or similar. Roof covering is then placed back into original position.
The bracket is placed underneath the geyser foot plate with the bolt sliding through the slotted hole and tightened using the wing nut as supplied.
Attached strapping is then tightened onto the timber structure in the same way as above.
NovaSun tanks are equipped with extra anchor points on the tank in order for the tank to be installed on an angle of 31° if so required on pitch roofs.