Ecoframe XL

for supporting large VRV/VRF and other HVAC units


description:

The EcoFrame XL is designed as a wider alternative to the standard EcoFrame. This is often used when larger equipment is being mounted or multiple units are being mounted in a cluster, instead of a row. The EcoFrame XL has longer and deeper cross bars to account for the added deflection of the equipment weight. It is designed to securely support all types equipment on membrane roofs without the need for cutting holes, pouring concrete bases or making any modifications to the roofing membrane. This method is not only less labor intensive, but also a much more versatile solution for on-site modifications and fine adjustments. Each leg is height adjustable to account for uneven roof surfaces, ensuring the equipment sits level for optimum operation. The design of the saddle-style expansion joint allows for easy modification for larger equipment, or future expansions. The non-penetrative design spreads out the weight load, keeping the roofing membrane safe and decking/ insulation below free of damage. For installations requiring seismic bracing or extreme wind loading, the EcoFrame Roof Lock Kit can be used to secure the base safely to the rooftop while satisfying requirements and producing a safe, secure water-tight seal to avoid roof leaks.

specification reference:

Product to be supported on EcoFrame support framework. Metal framework construction of a combination of 2" x 2" and 2" x 3" tube, mild steel with electroplated zinc coating, including height adjustable leg assemblies and fittings supported by 17.5" x 17.5" non-penetrative UV stabilized EcoFoot bases. Product is North American engineered and manufactured from local raw materials in an eco-friendly method, minimizing waste and environmental impact. EcoFoot bases to rest on North American manufactured UV stabilized recycled prepolymer bound rubber mats. Product supplied flat packed with assembly instructions. EcoFrame XL is non-penetrative and is designed to avoid roof membrane penetration.

Recommended rooftop loading per base: 300lbs @ 1 PSI, 600lbs @ 2 PSI.