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RENSON introduces Panovista fabric sun protection


June 23, 2016
By RENSON

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June 23, 2016 – Minimalism is the word in contemporary architecture and RENSON responds to this trend with Panovista.

This new type of fabric sun protection is ideal for glass-on-glass corner windows and on sliding glass corner windows for which conventional screens cannot provide a solution.

With Panovista, no unattractive aluminum profiles or cables are visible at the corner. Patented technology ensures that both sides of the system are rolled up simultaneously and thus provide the desired sun protection without sacrificing visibility to the outside. When developing this Panovista, close attention was paid to the aesthetic aspects and to rapid integration. The cassette and edge guides can be concealed aesthetically in the façade, and even the lower slat disappears into the cassette when the screen is completely rolled up. The system is supplied with fiberglass fabrics with an extremely high coefficient of sun protection. Profiles and fabrics are available in various colors.

Panovista is available with two types of cassettes: the larger is suited to corner windows up to 6000 mm wide on each side and with a maximum height of 3400 mm. Ideal for both new construction and renovation, or for private residences and projects. Panovista is supplied combined with a mandatory wind sensor.

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