External blinds

The best protection against the sun and indoor overheating

Exterior blinds are considered one of the most effective protection of a building against overheating due to direct sunlight today. They protect the interior from the excessive aggressive effects of solar radiation and help to create optimal conditions for the heat and light emitted by the sun. It is estimated that external blinds can hold up to 80 percent. solar heat, air circulating between the blinds and the window. In this way, the room temperature is maintained up to 9 degrees cooler, enabling to reduce energy costs for air conditioning. 

The most popular and practical today are lightweight aluminum blinds, which are resistant to natural factors (rain, snow, wind, etc.); with a wide range of horizontal strips (lamella) widths, bending types, colors and fastening options - these properties make them not only practical, but also easily adaptable as an exterior detail to any building facade.  

Advantages of external blinds:

  • The most effective protection of the building from overheating due to direct sunlight;
  • Regulation that allows to create optimal conditions for heat and light emitted by the sun in the room;
  • Blinds can hold up to 80 percent. solar heat;
  • Maintains a temperature of up to 9 degrees in the room;
  • Facilitate the reduction of energy costs for air conditioning;
  • Choice of control method - manual or automatic;
  • Possibility to mount on the facade or on the window frame;
  • Reduced ambient noise levels;
  • Reduced risk of possible burglary.

Types of blinds bending:

The curvature can be "C", "S" or "Z". The type of bending of "Z" slats is often chosen due to technological progress, which ensures the stability (non-scattering) of the blinds even in windy weather conditions.


Choice of blind lamella colors


* Only for lamella type C80; S90; Z90