Types of Rolling Shutters and Its Applications

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Roller shutters are also known as sectional overhead doors or roller doors.

This type of door is raised up to open and lowered to close.

The applications of roller shutters are ample.

It is commonly used for    

Garages, Kitchens, Warehouses, Schools and More.

Roller Shutters are made of  Mild Steel,  Galvanized Steel,  Cold Rolled,  GI Vision,  Aluminum,  Powder-coated and  Stainless Steel.

The Different Types of Roller Shutters are

Built – on and Built-in Roller doors

Integrated Shutters Shutters featured with tilting laths Manual Shutters Electric Shutters Perforated Rolling Shutters

The roller shutter box of a built-on roller is fixed on the outside of the building. A built-in roller is fixed into the beam above the door or window.

Built–on and Built-In Roller Doors

Integrated Shutter In this type of roller shutters, the shutters of the door and windows are combined as a single unit.

Shutter Featured with Tilting Slats This type of shutter comes with tilting slats that are similar to Venetian blinds.

Manual Roller Shutters ďƒź It is the most basic type of shutters. ďƒź It is lowered and lifted manually to open or close the given space.

Electric Shutters These shutters have a tubular motor fitted to its rollers.

The motor is powered by electricity and is operated with electrical switches and or a remote.

Perforated Rollers  These shutters are designed to provide security and transparency.  It is ideal for showrooms because the shutter secures the store but yet allows customers to view the products in the store.  The slats are made of galvanized iron or steel which are interlocked with plastic or steel end locks.

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