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Plant Room Doors

Plant Room Doors

Plant room door
Plant room door
Louvre doors are designed to either be stand alone units, or to integrate into a continuous louvre wall solution.

Consisting of an outer frame, and a hinged inner frame which forms the door itself. The inner frame has the louvre blades mounted on it and houses the door handle mechanism, locks etc.

If the door is integrated into a continuous louvre wall, then design is such that it forms an almost seamless part of the wall. Louvre doors can open inwards or outwards depending on specific requirements.

Plant room door

Plant room door

Vertically Mounted Screening Blades

In this configuration, the louvre blades are stood “on end” and built into a frame which stands off a little way from the building (this allows for access to the glass for cleaning). This type of shading is often used when an architectural feature is required to shade a floor to ceiling window, it is generally offered as a fixed blade solution. However a motorised version of this system has been successfully deployed across a number of branches of a high street bank in Ghana

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Motorised Brise Soleil

Motorised Brise Soleil - when should motorised BS be considered?

For many applications, a fixed blade system provides all of the functionality required by the client. For example, if the system is being used primarily as privacy screening, or as an architectural feature, then a fixed blade system is almost always the preferred solution. Even when solar shading is the primary objective, this can still very often be achieved by the use of a fixed blade system. With lower costs, simplified installation and no moving parts, a fixed blade system offers most customers the best balance of functionality against price and ease of use.

There are however circumstances when an adjustable blade system provides more consistent solar shading across the whole of the day, and throughout the year. If such a system is required, then the blades are mounted on pivot points at each end, joined together with a connecting rod, and moved by means of an electric actuator (a motor that moves the connecting rod backwards and forwards). The amount of movement and the direction of rotation are usually controlled by a hand held wireless controller, rather like a TV remote control. However, if required a third party automated system, such as a BMS (building management system) can be linked in to control the motor automatically.

Vertically Mounted Sliding Ladder Panel

A variation on the vertically mounted ladder system, this stand-alone panel is designed to sit in front of floor to ceiling windows. The panel sits within a frame that allows it to slide left and right across the window and is ideal when only partial shading is required.

This panel can be fabricated up to 3 metres in height, and at widths to suit the clients requirements. The panel can be moved to allow for glass cleaning, which means that it can be fitted very close to the face of the glass if required.

This system uses 60 mm elliptical blade, making this a very slim panel ideal for domestic use. The panel slides on high performance low friction pads which avoids the use of roller bearings or wheels, greatly increasing the reliability of the sliding gear.