Semi-cassette awnings provide cover to the fabric and componentry with a pelmet box and front fascia. The main difference generally between the semi-cassette and the full cassette model folding arm awnings is that the powder coated arms are visible beneath the awning when the awning is retracted in the semi-cassette.

Markilux Semi-Cassette Folding Arm Awnings

The German engineered, designed and manufactured Markilux range of semi-cassette awnings, provide a 3/4 cassette housing which protects the fabric and awning mechanism against dirt and corrosion. During extension and retraction, an integrated brush is designed to sweep clean the fabric cover.

Included in this range are the 1710 Classic Cassette, the ES-1, 1600 Jellybean, 1650 Jellybean Lifestyle and the 1600 Pavillion 2.

Each type of semi-cassette awning has its own special features including 12 volt swivel halogen lighting in the 1650 Jellybean Lifestyle as an option and the option of the Shadeplus (extendable front valance) in the 1600 Jellybean.  

Choose from a wide range of fabrics from the Markilux collection.

These awnings can be manually operated by gear and crank handle or motorised by a standard, remote operated motor or connected to a home automation system such as CBUS. A vibrabox or sun and wind sensor and rain sensor can be included with motorised systems.

Stratos 111 Semi-Cassette Folding Arm Awnings

Aluxor Awnings' Stratos 111 folding arm awning features a powder coated semi-enclosed extruded aluminium cassette that provides additional protection to the fabric and operating system against dirt and corrosion. It's slimline design provides an elegant, unobtrusive appearance making it ideal for your home or retail application.

The Stratos 111 comes in 6 standard powder coat colours and can also be custom powder coated with a large range of colours to choose from.  Choose from a wide range of acrylic fabrics including Dickson Orchestra.

The Stratos 111 can span a large width up to 21 metres and up to 4 metres in projection.

These awnings can be manually operated by gear and crank handle or motorised by a standard, remote operated motor or connected to a home automation system such as CBUS. A motion or sun and wind sensor and rain sensor can be included with motorised systems.

All operating components are designed and manufactured in Germany.

 

For further information and to see a full brochure on any of these products, please contact Blinds in Mind on 03 5977 2117.