ROLLER-SHUTTERS

Adaptive roller-shutters

Adaptive roller-shutters are designed specifically for existing buildings, as they can be fitted on to windows already in place. The Comfort adaptive roller-shutters can also be fitted in new builds or renovated buildings in which the windows will be replaced. A characteristic feature of this system is an aluminium box and runners, which are mounted into the runners attached to the wall or window frame and a service cover (flap giving an access into the box), which is always on the outside. The roller box is not visible from inside the room so there is no need for extra thermal insulation. The roller armour when viewed from outside is concave in shape (reversed comparing to built-in roller-shutters) with the exception of the Standard adaptive roller-shutters variant which has an inverted version of the assembly. Adaptive roller-shutters are available with or without a mosquito net. It is worth remembering that the version with the mosquito net will have a reduced maximum height, as the net has to fit inside the box as well.

Adaptive roller-shutters can be divided into:

  • RAS - Adaptive roller-shutters Standard
  • RAK - Adaptive roller-shutters Comfort
  • RAR - Adaptive roller-shutters Round-Line

Adaptive roller-shutters Standard

The Standard adaptive roller-shutters are the original type of adaptive roller-shutter. Their characteristic feature is a service cover bent at 45 degrees, opened from outside from the front of the box, therefore the box cannot be readily plastered over and will always be completely visible from the outside. The Standard adaptive roller-shutters are available in six heights 125mm*, 137mm*, 150mm, 165mm, 180mm and 205mm optionallywith or without a rolled mosquito net. (* - no mosquito net option). Opening mechanism output can be placed in three different areas A, B or C depending on the type of installation. Height of the roller (H) equals depth of the roller (B).

  • Installation of the roller-shutter into the wall, opening mechanism output position A, installation of runners on the wall.

  • Installation of the roller-shutter into the bay, opening mechanism output position B, installation of runners on the window frame.

  • A reversed installation of the roller-shutter into the bay, opening mechanism output position C, installation of angled runners on the wall inside the bay; depth of the bay greater than depth of the roller-shutter box +20mm.


Adaptive roller-shutters Comfort

The Comfort adaptive roller-shutters are a type of Adaptive roller-shutters with a characteristic feature of a service cover opening from the outside from the bottom of the box. This solution has the option for flush mounted internal and external strips which allows the box to be hidden. The comfort roller-shutters are available in four heights 137mm*, 165mm, 180mm and 205mm with or without a rolled mosquito net. (* - no mosquito net option). The opening mechanism output position is A. Total depth (C) (includingflush mounting strip) equals depth of the box (B) + 30mm.

  • Installation of the roller-shutter into the prepared lintel, opening mechanism output position A, installation of runners on to the frame.

  • Installation of the roller-shutter under the lintel on widows extensions, opening mechanism output position B, installation of runners on to the window frame.


Adaptive roller-shutters Round-Line

The Round-Line adaptive roller-shutters are the most innovative type of adaptive roller-shutter, with a characteristic feature of a rounded service cover, which opens from the outside from the front of the box, and rounded runner covers. Rounded covers have decorative features and are not suitable for plastering over, therefore they remain visible from the outside. Round-Line adaptive roller-shutters are available in four heights 137mm*, 165mm, 180mm and 205 mm with or without a rolled mosquito net (* - not mosquito net option). Opening mechanism output can be placed in two different areas A or B depending on the type of installation. Height of the roller (H) equals depth of the roller (B).

  • Installation of the roller-shutter on the wall, opening mechanism output position A, installation of runners on to the wall.

  • Installation of the roller-shutter into the bay, opening mechanism output position B, installation of runners on to the window frame.

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