Solar protection/ Automated solar protection
Hans-Wilhelm-Renkhoff-Str. 2 97828 Marktheidenfeld Germany
Tel.: (+49) 9391 20 3801 / (+49) 9391 20 0
Fax: (+49) 9391 20 3899 / (+49) 9391 20 4299
Warema uses three types of fabrics in their exterior textile sun protection systems:
-Acrylics with a fluorocarbon-based impregnation which causes the water to form droplets that roll off the surface, carrying dirt particles with them. The following variations are also available: Allweather, which is almost completely waterproof, Reflect, which is resistant to ultraviolet radiation and Perfora, which improves visibility while reducing heat accumulation and the risk of water pockets forming in the fabric. The new Lumera collection of acrylic fabrics features material that is coloured before it is woven, producing a smoother surface than traditional acrylics and preventing the fabric from discolouring due to wear.
-Soltis 92 (B1 fire resistance rating according to the DIN4102-1 standard): high breakage strength, diagonal stability and UV radiation resistance. This fabric also is dirt repellent.
-Screen (B1 fire resistance rating according to the DIN4102-1 standard): weather-resistant, dimensionally stable, lightfast and permits visibility to the outside from the interior.
Frame colours can be coordinated with the awning fabric. Warema also offers eight frame colours with a pearl-effect coating whose fine texture causes the water to form droplets that roll off the surface, carrying dirt particles with them.
We are highlighting here the following textile systems for facades and windows:
-Markisolette: an adjustable height prop permits the lower part of the awning to project at an angle of up to 150 degrees, combining sun protection and exterior views.
-Exterior shades are used for shading vertical or sloped facades. The guide rails follow the shape of the facade and the shades, up to 5.50 m high, unroll smoothly. Tensors are recommended for shades that are separated from the facade and for narrow, very tall elements, to provide additional tension to the fabric so they can be unrolled by a motorized drive.
-Drop arm awnings. A compressed gas spring integrated into the arm of the awning guarantees constant fabric tension at any position.
The project combines roof and facade sun protection using exterior shades and the Markisolettes solution.
Markisolettes sun protection.
Warema Markisolettes, adjustable height projecting awnings.
A facade protected with drop arm awnings.
Three of the eight colours with a pearl-effect coating whose fine texture causes the water to form droplets that roll off the surface, carrying dirt particles with them.
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