External concealed systems

If you want to shade the room with shutters without greatly changing the exterior appearance of the building, the concealed plaster base shutters are the ideal solution.

Mount-on roller shutters are mounted on the building after window installation and before the building façade is created. The concealed shutter on the other hand requires planning in advance, so this type of shutters is more suitable for new constructions. If you do not want to cover the window opening with the shutter, it is important to raise the roller shutter above the window. This can be solved by making a notch in the lintel beforehand, or by installing the window in line with the exterior part of the wall.

Concealed box shutter is placed under the facade so it can be barely seen from the side-view. This makes it an ideal solution for situations where the shutters should not significantly change the exterior appearance of the building. The lower service panel of all mount-on concealed shutters is made from extruded aluminium, which gives the shutter additional rigidity.

There are two types of concealed shutters: concealed 90° and concealed 20°.

All shutters can be ordered in different versions:

  • with aluminium slats filled with polyurethane foam or with PVC slats
  • with integrated roll-up insect screen or without it
  • manually operated (automatic), controlled via the crank handle, or electrically operated
  • in various colour combinations of slats, boxes, guide rails and skirting boards.


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