CS™ Architectural Louvres
A louvre system that uses hidden mullions, gives clean, architectural lines because the support system is behind the blades, making the mullions almost invisible. Mullions can be spaced roughly every 1 to 2m and blades are typically 3 to 4m long, (usually dictated by transport restrictions and the weight of the blades). Hidden mullion systems are normally used to provide screening and protection to buildings with multiple openings.
A standard ventilation louvre will provide the maximum airflow required with minimal rain defence. These louvres tend to be preferred for projects where economy is the primary consideration, high free area is important and occasional water penetration will not cause significant problems. When specifying a standard ventilation louvre we recommend looking at the blade spacing and the free area provided by the louvre.
A simple and low cost solution to providing visual screening of plant or other equipment, our Screening Louvres are typically used in applications where rain penetration is not a concern. Often used on the top of buildings to conceal HVAC systems, screening louvres help to hide unsightly equipment whilst providing passage of air to plant machinery behind. Their continuous appearance, without visible framing or mullions, can blend in with the building’s design and provide aesthetically pleasing features.
Acoustic louvres reduce noise pollution from plant rooms and air handling systems, whilst providing essential intake or exhaust airflow to the equipment behind. Designed to be used in any type of building with the requirement to reduce noise from air intake/exhaust openings, from power stations and chemical treatment plants to commercial office buildings or manufacturing plants.
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