Fixed slate from the Z section made with extruded aluminium, of size 70x15x50 mm, lacquered and heat-strengthened with powder painting system or anodised aluminium, and installed with different separations in a wall stud or in an extruded aluminium frame.
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Horizontal and Vertical (Slat direction):
Possibility of placing the lattice with the slats in vertical and horizontal position
Horizontal Slat Vertical Slat
Shutter systems in a Facing Application for covering buildings by means of ventilated façades or curtain walls, made with continual slat solar protection, which can be either moveable or fixed with the possibility of different inclinations. They are fixed with either hidden joist supports or wall studs.
Shutter systems in a Fixed Application for panels placed in gaps or for façade coverings. They have visible wall studs or between visible frames with either adjustable or fixed solar protection slats.
Shutter systems in a Sliding Application of mobile panels, which slide horizontally along guide rails located on either the inside or outside of the façades. They are made up of panels with visible frames and fittings, use ball bearings to aid displacement, and have adjustable or fixed solar protection slats.
Shutter systems in a Projectable Application of moveable panels which are hinged on the upper edge of the frame and have external projection. They are made up of panels with visible frames, projectable fittings for displacement, and adjustable or fixed solar protection slats.
Shutter systems in a Folding Application of two moveable panels which are linked together horizontally. They are practicable and upwards displaceable along guide rails. They are made up of two panels with visible frames joined together using hinges with compensator fittings, ball bearings for vertical displacement, and have adjustable or fixed solar protection slats.
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