By combining slats with supports of various shapes, brisoleys are formed as an effective thermal protection of the bright openings of the facade and the object.
By choosing the right type of bracket, the brisoleys ensure a uniform distribution of sunlight in the rooms and prevent heat accumulation. Depending on the shape of the blades, the blades can be placed at various angles (usually 25, 30 and 45), while the blades can be mounted vertically and horizontally.
Brushes are generally fixed to the façade, and in addition to sun protection, they are also a very aesthetic element of the façade design. The disadvantage of fixedly positioned swabs is the inability to regulate the shading depending on the light intensity.
For this reason, there are also supporting brisola structures that allow the brisola to be moved or rotated, which is achieved by the use of suitable braces. Brisoleas can be made in all colors on a RAL card.

 

Even distribution of sunlight
When the outside air temperature is -10oC, at an internal air temperature of +20 oC, the temperature of the inner surface of the glass at night is less than 17.3 oC, while for ordinary double pane glass it is only about 9oC. In the summer, external shutters can reduce the room temperature by up to 6-8 oC. Shutters are not only the best weather protection, but also excellent sound insulation. Installation of the shutter box achieves sound insulation of up to 53dB.


Fixed Sunbreakers

Basic features:
– Axial support distance: 2000 mm (approx)
– Blade width: 112.5 -230 mm
– Installation method: horizontal, vertical and combined


Mobile Sunbreakers

Basic features:
– Axial distance of supports: 2500 mm (approx)
– Blade width: 220 and 400 mm
– Installation method: horizontal and vertical
– Drive: manually and with electric motors
– Engine starts up to 20m2