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Thermosash has a long history in solar shading, whether it is desinged to be vertical or horizontal. In the early 1990s Thermosash obtained the agency for a company called Dasolas from Denmark. We integrated the Unisun products across many projects - the first being the Museum of New Zealand in Wellington. 

Through re-engineering and constant development, Thermosash now has an enviable list of solar shading extrusions and systems that have been installed on projects for the last 20 years. Almost all projects are specifically engineered to ensure wind and seismic loadings are catered for - including the huge range of materials that can be accommodated, for example: glass, aluminum, zinc clad, folded ACM to name but a few, including our latest agency, Hella - External Venetian Blinds - all able to be BMS operated.

Thermosash offers the unique ability of ancillary components all able to be seamlessly integrated with our Thermosash suites - meaning NO LEAKS - the brackets also therefore often do not require any secondary structure to support the shading devices, downpipe brackets or signage etc, eliminating additional coordinated trades and an added advantage when trying to manage seismic differential movement amongst building elements.

If we don't appear to have the shape that you want amongst our designs - often we can design one that will meet your needs. 

By shading your buildings externally, the key benefits are:

  • Keeps the radiant heat off the surface of the building - reducing heat load proven to lower building running costs.
  • Reduces radiant heat load from entering the building.
  • Increases occupant comfort at the perimeter of the building.
  • Reduces glare for occupant comfort.
  • Adds architectural aesthetic to the building envelope.
  • Can be incorporated or retrofitted to an existing facade

The added advantage of a Thermosash louvre system is you design it - Thermosash engineers it! Where your design requires a bespoke solution, Thermosash can engineer a solution and as we manufacture at our premises in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch can custom clad your blade with almost any durable material.

  • Can be designed for light, glare, heat or aesthetics.
  • Fully integrable blades and connection systems.
  • Proprietary or full customisable.
  • When incorporated into a Thermosash façade do not generally require additional structure and do not penetrate the wet zone of the façade - meaning no leaks.
  • 100% New Zealand made.
  • Fixed or pivoted.
  • All systems engineered by our in-house structural and façade engineer.
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Solar Shading Systems

Thermosash has a long history in solar shading, whether it is desinged to be vertical or horizontal. In the early 1990s Thermosash obtained the agency for a company called Dasolas from Denmark. We integrated the Unisun products across many projects - the first being the Museum of New Zealand in Wellington. 

Through re-engineering and constant development, Thermosash now has an enviable list of solar shading extrusions and systems that have been installed on projects for the last 20 years. Almost all projects are specifically engineered to ensure wind and seismic loadings are catered for - including the huge range of materials that can be accommodated, for example: glass, aluminum, zinc clad, folded ACM to name but a few, including our latest agency, Hella - External Venetian Blinds - all able to be BMS operated.

Thermosash offers the unique ability of ancillary components all able to be seamlessly integrated with our Thermosash suites - meaning NO LEAKS - the brackets also therefore often do not require any secondary structure to support the shading devices, downpipe brackets or signage etc, eliminating additional coordinated trades and an added advantage when trying to manage seismic differential movement amongst building elements.

If we don't appear to have the shape that you want amongst our designs - often we can design one that will meet your needs. 

By shading your buildings externally, the key benefits are:

  • Keeps the radiant heat off the surface of the building - reducing heat load proven to lower building running costs.
  • Reduces radiant heat load from entering the building.
  • Increases occupant comfort at the perimeter of the building.
  • Reduces glare for occupant comfort.
  • Adds architectural aesthetic to the building envelope.
  • Can be incorporated or retrofitted to an existing facade

The added advantage of a Thermosash louvre system is you design it - Thermosash engineers it! Where your design requires a bespoke solution, Thermosash can engineer a solution and as we manufacture at our premises in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch can custom clad your blade with almost any durable material.

  • Can be designed for light, glare, heat or aesthetics.
  • Fully integrable blades and connection systems.
  • Proprietary or full customisable.
  • When incorporated into a Thermosash façade do not generally require additional structure and do not penetrate the wet zone of the façade - meaning no leaks.
  • 100% New Zealand made.
  • Fixed or pivoted.
  • All systems engineered by our in-house structural and façade engineer.
Visit company website
Request price / brochure
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Contact the supplier

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Show Place, Christchurch - external solar shading device.

Solar Shading Systems

Thermosash has a long history in solar shading, whether it is desinged to be vertical or horizontal. In the early 1990s Thermosash obtained the agency for a company called Dasolas from Denmark. We integrated the Unisun products across many projects - the first being the Museum of New Zealand in Wellington. 

Through re-engineering and constant development, Thermosash now has an enviable list of solar shading extrusions and systems that have been installed on projects for the last 20 years. Almost all projects are specifically engineered to ensure wind and seismic loadings are catered for - including the huge range of materials that can be accommodated, for example: glass, aluminum, zinc clad, folded ACM to name but a few, including our latest agency, Hella - External Venetian Blinds - all able to be BMS operated.

Thermosash offers the unique ability of ancillary components all able to be seamlessly integrated with our Thermosash suites - meaning NO LEAKS - the brackets also therefore often do not require any secondary structure to support the shading devices, downpipe brackets or signage etc, eliminating additional coordinated trades and an added advantage when trying to manage seismic differential movement amongst building elements.

If we don't appear to have the shape that you want amongst our designs - often we can design one that will meet your needs. 

By shading your buildings externally, the key benefits are:

  • Keeps the radiant heat off the surface of the building - reducing heat load proven to lower building running costs.
  • Reduces radiant heat load from entering the building.
  • Increases occupant comfort at the perimeter of the building.
  • Reduces glare for occupant comfort.
  • Adds architectural aesthetic to the building envelope.
  • Can be incorporated or retrofitted to an existing facade

The added advantage of a Thermosash louvre system is you design it - Thermosash engineers it! Where your design requires a bespoke solution, Thermosash can engineer a solution and as we manufacture at our premises in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch can custom clad your blade with almost any durable material.

  • Can be designed for light, glare, heat or aesthetics.
  • Fully integrable blades and connection systems.
  • Proprietary or full customisable.
  • When incorporated into a Thermosash façade do not generally require additional structure and do not penetrate the wet zone of the façade - meaning no leaks.
  • 100% New Zealand made.
  • Fixed or pivoted.
  • All systems engineered by our in-house structural and façade engineer.
Visit company website
Request price / brochure
Downloads
Contact the supplier
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