External Blinds

They represent a very modern and effective way of shading. Exterior blinds consist of aluminum slats of various widths and shapes, a head rail, and guide rails or wires. You can control them manually or by means of a motor.

Today, external blinds represent the most commonly used exterior shading method. Thanks to their placement in front of windows, they offer effective thermal protection of buildings. When released, they reflect the sun's rays and do not allow them to enter the interior. Thus, they have a beneficial effect on thermal conditions inside the building. By tilting the slats, you can continuously regulate the daylight entering the room. External blinds allow airing through open windows even when released.

C-80 external blind

The C-80 external blind has 80 mm wide slats whose edges are bent into a C-shape. Thanks to their shape, the slats can be tilted to both sides, thus, greater interior shading and light regulation can be achieved. The slats are guided in guide rails or by a wire that fixes the blind laterally in the correct position.
The external blinds can be installed in the window opening, or above the window opening. In case of installing it in the window opening, the stack of pulled-up slats reduces the clearance of the window, or the blinds can be installed above the window opening, where the slats do not affect the window clearance




Z-90 external blind

The Z-90 external aluminum blind is technically the most advanced type of external blind. It has Z-shaped slats 90 mm wide. The slats are guided in guide rails or by a wire that fixes the blind laterally in the correct position.
The bottom edge of the slat is provided with plastic sealing that combined with the slat shape ensures perfect down-tilt and thus maximum shading. Moreover, the integrated sealing on the slats damps any potential sounds when the blind is tilted down. Buy external blinds that will provide you with a high level of comfort at home.

Z-70 external blind

The Z-70 external aluminum blind has Z-shaped slats 70 mm wide. When compared to the Z-90 type, it is less demanding as for the box width, and has a finer appearance. The stack of slats positioned higher when the blind is retracted is its disadvantage.

The bottom edge of the slat is provided with a plastic sealing that ensures, combined with the slat shape, perfect down-tilt and, thus, maximum shading. Moreover, the integrated sealing on the slats damps any potential sounds when the blind is tilted down.

 

 
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