Environmental Aluminium Louvre Windows Aluminum Glass Window
- Offering the ultimate in vision and ventilation, the Louvre Series
range of louvres provide an attractive and practical window
- The "Total Vision" concept of louvre windows ensures your view is
as uninterrupted as possible while the tilt-adjustable blades allow
you to control the flow of air throughout the home. With your
choice of glass, timber or aluminium louvre panels, the unique
features of louvre windows can be part of any room or design
- In addition to 102mm and 152mm blade options, LYS offers an
alternative 130 mm blade and even 200mm which can be fully opened
without interference from any external screening
- Excellent vision and ventilation.
- UV and corrosion resistant polypropylene clips.
- Lever action handle firmly locks the blades in the closed position.
- Flexible PVC weatherstrips (head and sill) and overlapping blades
combine to protect against the elements.
- Your choice of 102mm, 130mm or 152mm blades.
- Fly, barrier and Crimsafe screening options.
- 7 year ‘peace of mind’ guarantee.
Before installing the louvre fittings, make sure the frame is
square and true throughout. Failure to observe this fundamental
instruction will cause the louvres to be stiff in operation and
could result in air and water leakage.
When screwing the louvre mullions to the side frame ensure that
they are exactly parallel and opposite each other. Providing the
frame is plumb in all directions this may be done easily by
scribing a guide line down either jamb at equal distance from the
Ease back the glass retaining clips and then insert the glass
blade. When this is fully home the clip must be bent over the top
edge to retain the blade in its correct position.
The louvre must be in the locked position when fitting the
sillboard at the bottom and the cover bead at the top. These should
be brought up to but NOT pushing against the glass. This will
ensure the weather-proof seal between the blades is maintained.
This is most important as most complaints concerning faulty
operation of the louvre are due to incorrect positioning of the
sill-board or cover bead forcing against the glass preventing the
blades sealing correctly.