Innovative in design, the Alpha Awnings Range is available in four guiding options.
January 30th, 2012
Alpha STC utilises specially designed tube reducers to minimise fabric build up, ensuring the fabric rolls up symmetrically for longevity. The system features a unique sliding metal insert allowing up to 20mm width flexibility as well as sound bumpers to minimise noise when operating in windy conditions.
Alpha Deep Channel allows up to 30mm fabric overlap within the channel, eliminating light gaps and minimising the fabric’s movement in windy conditions.
Alpha Cable system features a contemporary stainless steel cable system and is the best option when fixing a channel to a wall is not possible, particularly for areas encompassing large glazed windows or verandahs.
Alpha Pivot Arm System features a heavy duty spring incorporated in the pivot arm, which provides excellent fabric tension even with awning widths of up to five metres is ideal for windows that open out and require airflow.
All awnings are available in various fabric options including:
The awnings are capable of widths up to five metres with a four metre drop, by incorporating a new heavy duty 78mm steel roller tube. Each of these systems offers a universal headbox for design consistency.
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