A REAL SHIELD
Uninsulated, light-coloured extruded louvred shutters can reach temperatures of 65°C in direct sunlight. They become hot to the touch on both the inside and outside and this heat is transmitted to the house. PANORAMIC provides a defence against this phenomenon. The temperature on the inside never rises above 25°C, even in direct sunlight.
PANORAMIC thus provides perfect insulation for the comfort of the occupants and contributes to reducing expenditure on heating and air conditioning by insulating the window openings.
Panoramic (left-hand cross section) is insulated right up to the folds in the outer layers to deliver good thermal inertia, unlike single louvred panel solutions (centre) or extruded panels (on the right). The insulation material used has been specially designed to get into the smallest recesses of the panel folds.