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    Innovative timber dwelling Pak Shak fitted with louvre windows to maximise ventilation

    Safetyline Jalousie

    Safetyline Jalousie aluminium louvre windows were integrated into the design of the Pak Shak dwelling by Australian architect Chris Cole to maximise cross ventilation. The innovative and sustainable Pak Shak design is a timber dwelling developed for tropical and sub-tropical climates and “conceived with environmental sustainability and durability in mind”.

    When exploring various louvre and window options, Chris found that only Safetyline Jalousie aluminium louvres met his specific design and performance criteria.

    Chris based his decision on some of the features of Safetyline Jalousie aluminium louvre windows such as large louvre spans in extremely durable square cut aluminium frames; superior weather seals providing a water penetration rating of 800Pa; integrated aluminium louvre blades that cannot be removed, protecting against home invasions; superior wind loading with an Ultimate Limit State (ULS) up to 9,525 and Serviceability Limit State (SLS) up to 4000pa; and multiple blade opening options to maximise cross-ventilation.

    Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows are also assembled and packaged suitable for sea freight.

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