A light duty, rollformed aluminum profile with an insulated core and tough enamel finish.
Typical Applications and Solutions:
- Residential applications for shading, privacy, cold and heat protection, and noise reduction
- Commercial applications for closing off counter pass-thru areas with relatively narrow openings for privacy and/or visual appearance, and where security is not a major objective.
Note: You must comply with all three maximums. Do not exceed any one of them. Maximums are automatically reduced if the rollshutter is exposed to high winds, must satisfy stringent security requirements or is freestanding, such as in the case of a patio enclosure.
Panel Box Limitations
Heights shown are guide rail heights (B1). Ensure sufficient room above the guide rails for the rollshutter panel box. In addition, the curtain’s bottom profile protrudes approximately 2″ (50mm) below the bottom of the panel box when the curtain is fully rolled up. Therefore, measure the rollshutter purposely high enough to clear any opening window or door parts, or tops of counter enclosures.
Wind Load Information
The graph below shows blow-out wind speed for unprotected, free standing rollshutter curtains. Where rollshutters cover windows and doors you may expect considerably better performance due to the protection offered by the overall wall surface.
Testing was done at the curtain heights stated in the graph. Performance of the actual rollshutter will improve slightly if the application is lower in height than the tested unit. Conversely, performance will decrease slightly if your actual rollshutter is taller than the tested unit.