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Guthrie Douglas

Guthrie Douglas

www.guthriedouglas.com

projects@guthriedouglas.com

T: +44 (0)1926 310 850

12 Heathcote Way, Heathcote Industrial Estate, Leamington Spa, Warwick. CV34 6TE

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This NBS Plus page covers pergola blind

relating to clause 370 PERGOLA/ ARBOUR

in B91 Buildings in the landscape.

For more NBS Plus information from this company, see the Guthrie Douglas overview page which includes a clause list and a product list.

 

View larger image of TESS 512 - Tensioned Shading System from Guthrie DouglasTESS 512 - Tensioned Shading System

Large, horizontal tensioned fabric pergola system supported by stainless steel wire guides. For glazed roofs plazas and terraces. Covers up to 100 m² with a single piece of fabric. Suitable for internal or external use.Features and benefits:Built around a spring mechanism which constantly holds fabric flat and adapts to the surrounding environment.A practical solution for large spaces, covering areas of up to 100 m² with a single mechanism.Rectangular in shape.When retracted, only slim, 6 mm diameter steel support cables remain.Fixes to each end of the opening, meaning that no side-fixings are required.Fitted with a powerful motorized drive to produce smooth, quiet travel.Reliable and robust.Installation:At the back of the window.CE marked.Material:Brackets: Powder coated steel.Weight (excluding fabric):55 kg (approximately).Fabric area:Maximum fabric area of 100 m².Technical characteristics:Fabric draw: ≤18 000 mm.Fixing load: ≤600 kg (per cable, x 3).Fabric tension: Low.Operating temperature: 0–55°C.Motor: 35 Nm (17 rpm).Maximum running time: 4 minutes.Fabric speed: 8.5 m per minute (approximately).

Large, horizontal tensioned fabric pergola system supported by stainless steel wire guides. For glazed roofs plazas and terraces. Covers up to 100 m² with a single piece of fabric. Suitable for internal or external use.

Features and benefits:

  • Built around a spring mechanism which constantly holds fabric flat and adapts to the surrounding environment.
  • A practical solution for large spaces, covering areas of up to 100 m² with a single mechanism.
  • Rectangular in shape.
  • When retracted, only slim, 6 mm diameter steel support cables remain.
  • Fixes to each end of the opening, meaning that no side-fixings are required.
  • Fitted with a powerful motorized drive to produce smooth, quiet travel.
  • Reliable and robust.

Installation:

At the back of the window.

CE marked.

More about TESS 512 - Tensioned Shading System:
As standard - Further information.

PendingPERGOLA BLIND:
 Manufacturer:
Guthrie Douglas.
  -Web:www.guthriedouglas.com.
  -Tel:+44 (0)1926 310 850.
  -Product reference:
TESS 512.
 Fabric type:
[Festooned]. - A range of colours and finishes are available. Consult manufacturer and insert requirements.
[Flat]. - A range of colours and finishes are available. Consult manufacturer and insert requirements.
 Width:
[ ______ ] - 2000–6000 mm. Consult manufacturer and insert requirements.
 Voltage:
[120 V]. - 60 Hz, 230 W, 2.0 A.
[230 V]. - 50 Hz, 240 W, 1.1 A.
 Control:
[Radio].
[Wired].


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for TESS 512 - Tensioned Shading System

from Guthrie Douglas

More about TESS 512 - Tensioned Shading System: As standard - Further information.

As standard

Material:

Brackets: Powder coated steel.

Weight (excluding fabric):

55 kg (approximately).

Fabric area:

Maximum fabric area of 100 m².

Technical characteristics:

  • Fabric draw: ≤18 000 mm.
  • Fixing load: ≤600 kg (per cable, x 3).
  • Fabric tension: Low.
  • Operating temperature: 0–55°C.
  • Motor: 35 Nm (17 rpm).
  • Maximum running time: 4 minutes.
  • Fabric speed: 8.5 m per minute (approximately).

Further Information

Literature:

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Contacts:

www.guthriedouglas.com

projects@guthriedouglas.com

T: +44 (0)1926 310 850

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