Engineered to provide excellent protection from rain penetration and good airflow, our Rain Defence Louvres are available in a choice of blade configurations, can be hidden behind attractive perforated screens or feature different blade depths to integrate beautifully with your building.
They are ideal when you:
- Need reliable resistance to wind-driven rain
- Can’t use a large plenum behind louvres due to cost or space considerations
- Plan to house sensitive equipment adjacent to the louvre system
- Must integrate the louvres into the building’s total design or house them behind architectural features or continuous line louvres
Compare Louvre Models
|Model||Penetration Class||Airflow Class||Blast Resistant Option||Burglar Resistant Option||Blade Orientation||Mullion Type||Blade Pitch||Depth|
|RSH-5700||A up to 3.0m/s||3(Ce & Cd)||✔||✔||Horizontal||Visible||51mm||129mm|
|RSH-5700AL||A up to 3.0m/s||3 (Ce & Cd)||Horizontal||Recessed||51mm||129mm|
|RSV-5700||A up to 3.5m/s||3 (Ce & Cd)||✔||✔||Vertical||Visible||51mm||129mm|
|RS-5900||A up to 3.5m/s||2 (Ce & Cd)||✔||Vertical||Visible||38mm||130mm|
|RS-5605||A up to 3.5m/s||1 (Ce & Cd)||✔||Vertical||Visible||25mm||131mm|
|PL-5700||A up to 3.0m/s||3 (Ce & Cd)||Vertical||Hidden||51mm||191mm|
|B-7505||A up to 2.5m/s||2 (Ce), 3 (Cd)||Horizontal||Visible / Hidden||51mm||183mm|
The principal reason for using louvres is to allow the movement of air. But, louvre specification is a balance between form and function, with louvred façade appearance playing an important part in the selection process.