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    Cabrera extra large folding arm awnings from Turnils Australia

    Turnils Australia

    Turnils Australia  is pleased to announce the new addition to its range of awnings, the Cabrera XL. This Swedish designed, folding arm awning is now available in extra large, with a maximum width of 7.0m and maximum projection of 3.5m, significantly extending and improving outdoor living areas.

    Cabrera’s sleek, modern looks will beautifully adorn any home or commercial building.

    External shading systems are energy efficient and will help to significantly reduce air conditioning requirement, yet in winter, or cooler days, they are easily folded away to allow the sun to penetrate the building, reducing the need for alternative heating.

    Cabrera extra large folding arm awnings are simple to install directly onto external walls. The new XL version has the additional advantage of brackets that can fit anywhere along the back of the awning making it easier to fit in more awkward situations.

    The folding arm awning is fully cassetted, protecting the fabric from dirt and moisture, and it comes with fully motorised controls that can be fitted with either internal or external operation. A remote control and sun and wind sensors can also be provided to safely allow the awning to fully automatically retract in adverse weather conditions.

    Made from anti corrosive, highly durable materials, Cabrera and Cabrera XL folding arm awnings use Dyneema elbow connections for superior strength and durability. Dyneema has the performance and strength of steel, with the flexibility of synthetic rope, and will not be impaired by sea water, wet or dry conditions. The powerful anti corrosive springs ensure excellent fabric tension.

    This folding arm awning combines strength with beauty and comes with a 3 year warranty, making it ideal for Australian coastal homes.

    Both Cabrera XL and Cabrera folding arm awnings are available in silver or white.

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