Compact Punched Roller Shutters - 44% Vision
Size Converter into MM
These shutters are perfect for use in smaller commercial and retail premises such as inside of shopping centres or closing off bars and eateries.
The RA4’s 44% visibility allows you to keep your shop’s offerings or restaurant furnishings on display, meaning that you’re keeping people enticed with a glimpse of what’s on offer – all without compromising on the security of your establishment. It also means you don’t compromise on the light levels for people that might still be working within the premises during closing hours.
Compatible with electric and manual operation, you’ll have no trouble finding the solution that fits both your entranceway and your needs. This means it also makes a great solution for schools and offices that want a little bit of extra security to their doorways and windows without compromising on the view outside.
To learn more about our punch hole shutters you, or if you want to place your order, get in touch with us today and we’ll be more than happy to help you.
2) Manual Spring & Lock - for operation only on the side where the shutter is fitted
SWIVEL BELT WINDER - for shutters up to 15kg
This type of operation is used when the roller shutter is fitted on the outside of the property
and is lowered/raised using the Swivel Belt Winder from the inside. The grey belt is pulled
up and down to lower and raise the shutter. The swivel winder coils the belt when it is
pulled to open the shutter. The belt is 14mm wide and grey in colour and a guide tube to
protects the belt through the building wall. The shutter locks by using the locking spring
which connects the curtain to the barrel and locks out in the back of the shutter box.
GEARED BELT WINDER - for shutters between 15kg and 25kg
This is the same as the Swivel Belt Winder but uses a crank handle to raise and lower
the shutter. The Geared Winder works at 1:3 ratio with removable handle. The shutter locks
by using the locking spring which connects the curtain to the barrel and locks out in the back
of the shutter box.
ROD CRANK OPERATION - for shutters up to 25kg
This type of operation is usually on windows where the shutter is external and is
operated internally using a geared rod crank handle which hangs vertically and
secures into a clip when not in use. The shutter is lowered and raised by turning
the handle in a clockwise or anti clockwise direction. The shutter locks by using the
locking spring which connects the curtain to the barrel and locks out in the back of
the shutter box.
Roller Shutters usually installed mainly over doorways or Serveries are raised up and down
by lifting and lowering the curtain by hand. The roller shutter has a spring in the barrel which
helps in lifting the shutter. As standard a central bottom lath lock is provided which has a key
in the bottom lath and bolts shoot into the guides rails at each side. The Bottom lath lock
can be operated from both sides but has a secure and non-secure side to the lock. Optional
bullet locks are available which are pins that go through the guide rails each side.
ELECTRIC - mandatory on shutters above 25kg. (N.B. minimum shutter width
Electric shutters are usually fitted on larger openings where Manual Operation is not
suitable or where the operator requires an easy, clean and user friendly type of
operation. Single phase tubular motors are enclosed within the barrel giving full
protection from the elements. Electric Roller Shutters can be controlled individually
or grouped to one controller. The controllers available include internal rocker switch,
security key switch or Remote Control. Manual overrides are available on Electric
Roller Shutters which allow the shutter to be operated when the power to the shutter has failed.