MaxiZip Retractable Conservatory Awning - Soltex

MaxiZip Retractable Conservatory Awning

The MaxiZip Awning is a premium all-year round all weatherproof system designed to provide you with protection from the elements. Perfect for conservatories, sunrooms, pergolas and large skylights the MaxiZip will withstand windy conditions whilst providing you complete control of the area with the touch of a button.

Maxizips versatility allows for various mounting options including top, underneath or between framework or walls. The awning fabric is ‘Zipped’ into the sidetracks, which locks the fabric into a special inlay to allow the awning to withstand high winds making the ideal solution for coastal and exposed areas.

Special gas struts inside the tracks drive the fabric when extending and retracting providing perfect tension every time. All fixings and componentry are Australian made to withstand the harsh Perth conditions and the front profile is fitted with an integrated gutter making it suitable for shower protection with an inclination of 15 degrees or more.
OVERVIEW
Awning Style: Conservatory Awning | Perfect for high wind areas

Max. Width x Extension: 6000mm x 5000mm (Max 30m2)

Operation Options: Hand-Held Remote, Smart Phone App, CBUS, Switch

Country of Manufacture: Australia

Warranty: Five year

FEATURES

  • Full cassette Headbox providing complete protection and ensuring longevity
  • Universal track mounting options
  • Integrated gutter in front profile
  • Large selection of fabrics availably from light filtration to high UV blockout
  • Showerproof option with 15-degree angle
  • Perth Made and Manufactured
  • Custom Powder Coating Colour Options
  • High Wind Resistance with special
  • Optional Sun, wind and rain sensors for complete Automaton
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