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Energy efficient windows

External roller blinds

External adaptation roller blinds

External adaptation roller blind systems are intended mainly for use in existing buildings. Their installation in an existing facade is also extremely easy.

External adaptation roller blinds
External adaptation roller blinds
Advantages

Advantages

  • Thanks to the wide array of colours, external adaptation roller blinds are a decorative element which may be adapted to the look of the building.
  • The mosquito net, which may be installed separately on the external roller blind, provides efficient protection against insects.
  • Externally roller blind profiles are made of top quality aluminium profiles. The profiles are filled with foam, ensuring excellent thermal insulation and soundproofing.
  • Extruded profiles of external roller blinds are highly resistant to friction, weather conditions and are characterised by their long life. They are available in all colours of the RAL palette.
  • Available actuators and accessories: lanyard or string winding mechanism; crank winder for lanyards or strings – crank bar; electric actuator; button and key switches – clock switch; remote controls

PA - polyurethane-filled aluminium profile | PT - PVC profile

Roller blind profile
Polyurethane-filled aluminium profile, PVC profile or aluminium profile
Roller blind profile dimensions
(height in mm)
PA 37 | PA 39 | PA 40 | PA 45 | PA 52 | PA 55 | PT 37 | PT 52 | PE 41 | PE 55
Roller blind profile dimensions
(width in mm)
8,5 | 9 | 8,7 | 9 | 13 | 14 | 8 | 14 | 8,5 | 14
Roller blind profile surface
Double-coated (PU/PA system), powder coated
Colours
According to the colour palette / non-standard colours available on request - all RAL palette colours are available
Box
aluminium
Actuation
A crank winding mechanism for a string or a tape / cranks / electric actuators with or without timer / remote control / installation connector and key switch
Mosquito net
May be installed
Application
New buildings and renovation
Heat transfer coefficient
Down to 0.54 W/m²K