Screening and Ventilation Louvre Panels:
Ventilation and screening whilst maintaining rain defence
Louvre panel systems are popular with designers for many applications in industrial and commercial buildings. Their purpose can be to control light entry, to provide ventilation whilst maintaining rain defence, to provide screening, or a combination of these. Louvres can also be provided simply for aesthetic impact.
Features and benefits
- Colt louvre systems have a distinctive sharp louvre profile
- Colt louvre systems are both aerodynamically efficient and have a remarkably high resistance to weather
- All Colt louvre panel systems have been tested to EN 13030:2001
The Colt standard louvre panel ranges
Colt Universal Louvres - roll-formed single, double or triple bank system.
E Series Louvres - extruded single bank system.
Other louvre ranges
Colt louvre systems are highly adaptable. They are available in various configurations, materials, finishes and coatings to meet the requirements of almost any project. Besides louvre panels being available in aluminium, there are all manner of glass, textile, wood, terracotta clay and translucent acrylic louvres available depending upon the aesthetic and energetic requirements.
Colt louvres can be uniquely configured to provide the solution to your needs. For generic features and benefits of Colt louvre systems, click here. With Colt louvre systems, the possibilities are endless.
For all products, a large selection of optional accessories is available, such as mitred corners, special shapes or louvre doors. If noise reduction is required, acoustic louvre panels may be used.
Colt UL louvre selection program
“UL Select” is an Excel sheet which enables users to make their own selection of Colt louvre systems based on the weathering classification and aerodynamic performance required for the system. If the area of louvre or the airflow is known, the program provides the pressure drop. If the flow rate and the maximum pressure drop are known, the program provides the minimum size of louvre. Click here to access it.