Built-in screen Building Plastics

Building Plastics
Built-in screen Building Plastics
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Built-in screen Building Plastics
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Building Plastics
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The newest screen product in our range is the perfect solution for a hidden installation of the screen box, where it is entirely built within the cavity wall. Furthermore, the screen can also be surface mounted with the side channels mounted in front. 

The built-in screen is accommodated with a retractable bottom bar and optionally with a brush that closes of the box. This ensures that the screen remains clean and is truly maintenance friendly. Since there are no gaps between the side channels and bottom rail, the built-in screen is insect-proof. With innovative components a smooth and simple montage is ensured. Also, there is an easy access from the outside for review or service.

The built-in screen is perfected with an exceptional screen technology. Herewith the screen is tensely fixed to the window, both on top, below and on the side channels. 

? No more ripple formation thanks to a unique welding process where the zipper band is entirely integrated in the fabric tissue.

? The new bottom bar is aesthetically and tightly attached to the screen fabric, leaving no visible welding seam. This is unique in the market, a visual detail for a tight and modern look. 

? With a special and ultrafine profile on the top side of the screen fabric, we reduce the thickening which occurs when rolling up the screen. As a result there are far less wrinkle lines when rolling out the screens. In contrast to traditional system, this plug & play-principle also ensures a quicker fix of the fabric on the top roll. As to other players in the market this technology offers an exceptionally quick montage that suppresses the ripple formation. 

? The built-in screen is accommodated with a retractable bottom bar and optionally with a brush that closes of the box. This ensures that there are no gaps between the side channels and bottom rail, the built-in screen is insect-proof. This is new on the market for built-in screens.

This is the first built-in screen Building Plastics puts on the market. Where they now offer the solution for a hidden installation, the other screen products are specifically for surface montage, in front of the window. Or for built-up montage onto the window frame.

Also, the technology that ensures the insect-proof, invisible welding seam and suppresses the ripple formation is new.

With a motorized control the screens are easy to use and to operate. The special motor functions silently and is absolutely maintenance free. In general, the Building Plastics screens are energy-ef?cient.The characteristics of the fabric and an automated control of the screen, will ensure a comfortable indoor climate, even when you’re not at home. On heated days this means no extra cooling, in the colder months you get to enjoy the extra warmth of the sun rays piercing inside. Both cases contribute to a better rate in terms of energy performance.

Building Plastics guarantees a wind-tight screen up to 130km/h in closed position, this was tested at a KS Schulten wind tunnel with a screen dimension of 3000 x 3000mm, with a Soltis Stam screen fabric. This fabric is entirely wind- and waterproof which makes the result of the wind tunnel test even more impressive. 

The built-in screen consists of a screen box of 110 x 1500mm (w x h) measurements. The box is designed with a 90° rounding. The aluminum box and side channels are available in all RAL-colours. 

There is a standard electrical control with motor Selve or Somfy. A variety of fabrics are offered: Sergé, Soltis, Blackout.

The maximum width of the screen is 4.500mm, maximum height is 3.000mm. With the built-in screen we can manage a maximum surface of 12m². 

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