Greene Fire presents a new solar shading solution proven to reduce interior temperatures by up to 10°C without affecting visibility or ventilation.
When temperatures rise, the automatic response is to turn up the air-conditioning to maintain a comfortable interior environment.
MicroLouvre is a near-invisible solar shading solution that is capable of reducing temperatures near windows by up to 10°C.
When MicroLouvre solar shading screens are installed in close proximity to and outside the window and in a vertical plane, they provide 100% shading at a sun angle greater than 40°, 92% solar radiation absorption, 86% reduction in solar heat gain, 80% open area for natural ventilation, and 50% reduction in external noise intensity. The MicroLouvre also functions as an excellent insect screen.
MicroLouvre is a fine mesh, made from miniature woven bronze louvres, only two times thicker than a human hair, angled to block and control sun, glare and light. The screen can be easily and inconspicuously installed externally on buildings, in lighting units, display cabinets and many other applications.
There are over 700 micro louvres, each only 0.25mm thick x 1.27mm wide, in every metre of mesh, normally coated in protective black polyester for a durable, light absorbing finish, and almost eliminating re-reflected sun and light. MicroLouvre is available in a wide range of colours to suit the application.
With the MicroLouvre, one can lower the cost of the air-conditioning bill, reduce heat inside the home or office, increase comfort levels, and enhance productivity.