Brustor B-600 provides elegant sun protection with no loss of sunlight

  • 23 Nov 2016

Brustor B-600 is an rotating louvre and sliding roof system designed to provide optimum light and shadow for outdoor terraces.

Operated by a discreet motor, the rotating louvre modules are available in dimensions of up to 6 x 4 metres.  The B-600 system features 4 connecting gutters embedded within the roof structure, with water drainage via the poles.

The aluminium louvres rotate up to 130° or can slide open completely. When fully open, at a speed of 1 meter per 10 seconds, the roof surface blocks just 13% of sunlight from reaching the underlying living space.

Further options include a temperature sensor and control for remote operation. The system can also incorporate built-on screens fitted underneath the structure, in addition to indirect RGB or white LED lightning within the structure and gutters.

Find out more by visiting the Brustor website or emailing [email protected]

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