THE INFINITY RACK
STRUCTURES & COMPONENTS

SunLounge

The SunLounge is an elegant alternative to solar panels on your home’s roof. Increasing your livable outdoor space year-round, this waterproof shade structure produces energy to pay for itself. While there is no one-size-fits-all solar solution; Infinity Rack has a size for every space.

SunPark

Protect your vehicle without losing aesthetic value of your home’s exterior. While being the answer to keeping any car from the elements; SunPark is more than just a carport, it is the future of subverting raised energy costs for electric vehicle owners.

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SunPark XL

The SunPark XL is a taller version of the SunPark for commercial settings with a minimum clearance of 12ft or 14ft.  It also is available as a semi cantilevered design with up to a 6ft cantilever.

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Cantilever SunPark

Infinity Rack fully cantilevered solar carports are the first mechanically watertight solution that does not require a sub-roof. This eliminates the chance of jeopardizing the ITC eligibility of the structure. SunPark is aesthetically pleasing and available in multiple color options with optional integrated LED lighting. 

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Configurations

Our 14 standard configurations are designed to be used with solar modules 89-90” x 44-45” for optimal design. However, our structure can be used with any size module. Most 540-575w bifacial modules on the market conform to these dimensions. The 575w modules attain the best price per watt overall on structure and installation costs. 

Infinity Rack standard pre-engineered configurations in layouts 4 and 5 modules per bay in landscape, with an output of 2.2kW and 2.75kW per bay respectively. The standard configurations range from 12 to 50 modules. See our chart for the different dimensions, module counts, total kW and suggested installed total cost before tax credits (based on 550w solar panels).

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Sun Beam

This structural beam creates the rafter that holds solar modules when combined with the top cap. Optimizers can be mounted to the rail that is hidden by the wire trough using module frame mounting brackets. Wire management clips can secure wires the same rail to keep them hidden and organized. The SunBeam can span 18 ft and cantilever 6 ft needing only two points of attachment. 

Top Cap

EPDM gaskets slide into slots on the Top Cap to make a watertight seal against the solar modules. The Top Cap is then secured to the threaded channel in the Sunbeam using 5/16 stainless hex bolts, creating a very strong connection that secures modules in winds up to 195 mph.

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H-Gasket

This gasket slides into the Top Cap to create a watertight seal. The H-Gasket is also used in the Sun Beam gasket slots to grip the modules and make placement easier.

Wire Trough

The Wire Trough slides into the Sunbeam to completely conceal wiring and optimizers, leaving a clean look from below. 

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Frame Beam

The Frame Beam is a two part structural beam system consisting of two large chaseways . One for AC wiring, the other for DC home runs from the solar modules to the inverter. All of the wiring is concealed within the headers and posts assembled using these frame beams resulting in no exposed conduit. Our 8”x 5 ¼” assembled beam can span up to 22 ft, while supporting our Sunbeams, meaning fewer columns for more open space.

U Bracket

The U-Bracket is the connection between the Sunbeam and the Frame Beam. It features a built in opening large enough to slide ¾” conduit through it, if needed, or to pass wiring under the Sunbeams along the top of the Frame Beam header.

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L Brackets

L Brackets mount the Frame Beam corner columns to the Frame Beam header. 

Frame T

The Frame T is used to mount the Frame Beam columns to the Frame Beam headers where the two meet. We have two versions; one for areas without an NS brace and one with a cutout to make room for the NS brace.

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Post Base

Our unique post bases have openings to bring in two 1” PVC conduits into the bottom of the Frame Beam columns. One is for DC wiring from the array to the inverter. The other allows for AC power to the SunLounge for lighting, fans and outlets. The bolt slots and sleeve style design allow for adjustability to ensure that the columns line up and are level. 

NS Brace

North/South Frame Beam braces that lock the structure to help it withstand strong winds.

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LED Light Strips

Enhance your SunLounge with custom LED lighting. Our integrated dotless LED light strips are designed to sit in the T-Bolt slots of the Frame Beam and Sun Beam to bring accent lighting to the SunLounge. Lighting can be standard warm or cool white or even a variety of colors and pattern combinations to really make the space come alive at night.

Bifacial Modules

Infinity Rack structures are designed for bifacial solar modules. which have the ability to produce additional power from reflected light below and allow for filtered sunlight to shine through the roof to the patio below. The brighter the floor of your patio, the more power you will produce from your space.

2605 Powdercoating

Our beams and brackets are all powder coated with 2605 powder which is the strongest and longest lasting UV protected gloss powder coating available. This meansmeans your sunlounge will look beautiful well into the future. 

Color Options

Our standard colors include White, Sand, and Black. Consider two tone options by selecting colors for the Sunbeams, Frame Beams, and Brackets. 

T-bolt Slots

M10 T-bolts can be used to mount a variety of accessories, from TV mounts, to fans, to wrapping the columns with Trex or any other type of outdoor building product to customize the look and feel of your outdoor living space. 

Adhesive Gasket

Our EPDM ¼” thick double sided adhesive gasket is made to handle UV and extreme temperatures. It is attached in between the modules where they meet the top to bottom in each bay making a watertight seal once the modules are clamped together against it using our horizontal support bar so that no water will drip into your space

Leak Control

As an extra precaution, a channel within the sunbeam serves as a gutter that would catch any water if it were to ever seep under the EPDM gasket on the Top Cap or along the seams between modules. The channel catches the water and funnels it out the end of the sunlounge instead of dripping into your outdoor living space or carport.