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Information about Shading for General Contractors
Our firm, Krüllung Árnyékolástechnika Kft is a Hungarian owned independent business, still our partners are foreign companies belonging to the professional elite. We only use the noblest materials (aluminium, stainless steel) for our shader and accessories, which are made in Hungary. We insist on carefully designing even the smallest details of shading devices, paying special attention to how they match the buildings.
In order to prevent errors and help the fluent implementation and communication, we make on-site surveying and create a detailed technical design documentation (in CAD format), before we start production, which will later help the cooperation between the different disciplines.
Our aim is to maintain long-term technical professional standards of lasting value. Our business philosophy has not changed since 1991, and there is no better evidence for the value of this philosophy, than our expanding network, our happy customers and our quality references
Our shaders can be separated into two families, Horiso and Solonia. The SOLONIA family contains all shaders which are not typified products, but ones that are always matched to the current building and architectural ideas. Our engineers often spend long hours designing these structures.
This special Canopy structure was installed on the new Clinic building of the University of Szeged. The device is meant to provide shading for the openings that face the inner court between the annexes of the H shaped building.
It is a common misconception that rail guided exterior venetian blinds with beaded slats are more durable then their cable guided, flat slatted counterparts. This misconception is why so many otherwise demanding buildings have skewed blinds with broken slats. But what is the reason why the seemingly weaker slats can withstand impact better?
For external venetian blinds we can differentiate between 5 levels of demand, regardless of the shape of the slats and guide type. As a demonstration of the levels, we take a look at the requirements for a cable guided, flexible principle flat slat.
This house is the evidence for the high aesthetic and technical standards that can be reached if the architect handles us as co-designers, is open to innovative solutions and accepts the fact that clients’ demands can only be actually fulfilled by layering multiple shader types.
In the case of open-plan offices it is always a crucial and complex task to provide adequate light conditions for all of the workstations. One of the reasons for the widespread use of exterior venetian blinds is that they can adapt to the different demands, as flexibly as possible.