3DLite features fixed internal louvres to selectively control sunlight. Ideal for a wide range of roofing and cladding applications, 3DLite offers a cost effective solution that does not require internal or external shading devices. It works by combining opaque and translucent louvres inside the panels, capturing the sunlight in the morning and afternoon, and reducing heat gain in the middle of the day.
Controlite’s new composite translucent roofing and cladding system offers increased comfort through optimised natural lighting. Rotating blades automatically adapt to changing conditions for effective control of glare, light, shading and solar heat gain. Controlite significantly lowers energy consumption by reducing the need for air-conditioning, heating and artificial lighting.
Danpalon Freespan Rafter Systems consist of a special aluminium rafter that connects the panels. The panels are then clipped together with a polycarbonate connector giving an assembly that is mechanically locked together.
This system shows rafters only on the underside and a regular rib on the outside.
Danpalon is perfect to dress up internal office spaces. The translucency allows light through the sheet but at the same time privacy between areas.
Light weight walls can be quickly and easily installed and colour and light gives a myriad of results.
Danpalon Louvre Systems consist of a full panel of Danpalon using a proprietary side connector with custom aluminium head and sill sections.
These sections are designed for using Danpalon 10mm in 600mm wide sheets or Danpalon 16mm in 600mm or 1040mm width panels.
Creative positioning can stop unwanted heat load entering the building.
Danpalon Seamless Facades are joined by connectors on the inside giving a flush seamless exterior. Use Danpalon Facades as the building envelope to allow natural light in through the day and create stunning effects by night.
Connectors up to 150mm are available offering large uninterrupted spans and eliminating horizontal girts.
Danpalon can be installed on new and existing structures either by attaching to purlins at centres depending on the span versus load or alternatively rafters only at centres to suit the panel widths.
Rafter only installs give a clean appearance from the underside.
A self-supporting truss system is now available that can span up to 45 metres in a curved shape. Ideal for sporting complexes and other recreational facilities wanting quality diffused daylight, the system can be assembled on-site from light weight materials. This allows construction time frames and costs to be less than that of other large-spanning structures.