Ice Flag Long 5"

A screw in type Ice Flag to be used on Aluminum Tubing for Snow Rails

Works with these roofing profiles:

Available Colors and Finishes

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Frequent Questions

The slope on my building is 2:12-do I really need snow rails?  
The short answer is "yes," especially if you have a walkway, parking area or shrubs directly under the eaves that should be protected from sliding snow and/or ice.

You offer several types of snow rails-how do I know which is best for my building?
Contact our engineering department and we'll recommend the type and provide you with a layout that will position the rails in the optimum locations.

Can you help with a recommendation on a barrel-shaped roof?  
Yes, email us with the roof layout and we'll provide a recommendation.

Are your snow rails custom made for each roof or are they stock components in inventory?  
Most of our AceClamps and snow retention components are stock products however, we have the machine shop capabilities to make custom parts when necessary. 

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About Us

If you’re using the same old products to mount solar, satellite, communications, ductwork – or practically anything-to metal roofs you’re wasting time and money. The AceClamp® family of roof mounting innovations gives you stronger, more flexible mounting options – without damaging roof surfaces and risking roof warranties.

Contact Us

  • PMC Industries, Inc.
  • 87 Spring Ln. Plainville, CT 06062 USA
  • Phone +01 860 351 0686

  • Fax +01 860 351 0689


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