Schüco Issues New Solar Shading Literature

New colour literature giving details of the Schüco range of aluminium louvre blade solar shading systems is now available for downloading from the company’s website:

Designed for protection against overheating, to optimise natural light and to increase comfort, Schüco Large Louvre Blades ALB include both active and passive systems, the latter being offered with a choice of twelve hollow blades ranging from 105 mm to 690 mm so allowing architects great design freedom.

The active models use either linear motor drives or concealed motor drives, with blade sizes from 150 mm to 470 mm. There is a choice of elliptical profiles, slimline needle blades or glass louvre blades. Design benefits include minimal façade gap and full rotation of the louvre blades.

Blades may be fitted both horizontally and vertically using a variety of standard or bespoke fixing accessories including bracketry purpose-designed for integration into Schüco facades.

For hard copies of the new literature and further details of Schüco Large Louvre Blades ALB, contact the Marketing Department, Schüco International, Whitehall Avenue, Kingston, Milton Keynes MK10 0AL. Tel: 01908 282111.

600450 Schüco Issues New Solar Shading Literature
Date: 23 May 2008
Source: Schüco

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