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    EDGE Architectural Glazing Systems

    EDGE louvre systems: Fixed aluminium louvres for ventilation and design

    The EDGE louvre systems include façade fold, fixed aluminium louvres, fixed rectangular blades, sunshade screens, and elliptical blades.

    The EDGE Façade Fold System delivers fresh design elements that offer shading, strength, privacy, and security. The door stile is deep for superior panel strength, while the external sight line of the panel is narrow to highlight the façade’s appearance. Designed for use with 25mm thick infils, like expanded mesh, aluminium or timber slats, or perforated mesh, our Façade Fold keeps your options open in order to complement the overall structure design.

    EDGE fixed aluminium louvres are an easy choice for permanent ventilation. They come in a variety of heights and depths, and can be fitted to a simple angle or flat bar, pre-machined, or in an assembled unit.

    EDGE Fixed Rectangular Blades come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are adaptable into commercial framing systems. They are often chosen to add shading and decorative elements into a building’s design or to form a creative screen or barrier. They’re a great way to create privacy and reduce wind, while keeping the space well ventilated.

    EDGE Sunshade Screen systems can be incorporated into an existing building or serve as a practical design element in new construction. Highly flexible in application, the EDGE Sunshade Screen can be manufactured in many different configurations and adapted to existing structures. Get creative with colour and use the Sunshade Screen as a means to convey the overall design intent of a building.

    EDGE Elliptical Blades come in a variety of shapes and sizes and can be used for shading or as a design element. Many of the EDGE Elliptical Blades can be adapted into our commercial framing systems or engineered to work with the existing facade of a building. They serve as a design feature that provides privacy, ventilation, wind reduction, security, and/or sun control and shading.


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