Safetyline Jalousie sent 169 units of their louvre windows for installation at the new Lae School of Nursing building in Papua New Guinea. The louvre windows were recently loaded onto a 40-foot container, ready for transportation to Papua New Guinea for installation in the nursing school.

Designed by Architectus Brisbane, the Lae School of Nursing building will feature louvre windows with widths spanning from 274mm to 1,200mm and heights from 1,144mm to 2,109mm. The louvres are made from 6mm toughened clear heat soaked glass as well as aluminium.

To be operated manually with black levers, the louvre windows also feature internal security rods and a clear anodised 20uM finish.