Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows have been installed at the Austral Bowling Club to provide ventilation meeting smoking area regulations at an outdoor gaming terrace.
Architects 2RKS Architecture and Design chose Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows to deliver the required minimum ventilation at the club located 50 kilometres south-west of the Sydney CBD.
Safety was a key concern for the gaming terrace situated on the second floor of the club and overlooking the bowling green. The west-facing gaming terrace additionally presented heat challenges from the westerly afternoon sun.
Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows were selected for the project over other louvre window options because of superior performance, operation, maintenance, aesthetics and price.
The strength, durability and impenetrable security of Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows helped create a safe and secure environment in the gaming area along with excellent ventilation.
Key features of Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows installed at the club:
- Large width of 1.4m enhances the external appearance of the terrace
- Clean, stylish look without conventional metal edge strips
- Easy to clean design
- Installed with a motorised, automated open and close function, integrated into the club’s C-Bus control and management system
- Special blue glass chosen for the louvres to minimise heat gain from the westerly sun
- Quantity supplied: 24
- Average sizes: 15 blades in height (floor to ceiling) and a few small hi-lite windows in 800mm – 1300mm widths
- Colour/Finish: Clear anodised
- Window louvres: Glass 6mm SuperBlue Toughened
- All motorised louvres controlled by Linak drives
- Motors concealed by aluminium cover flashings