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Introduction  The FR600 is a versatile and elegant drop arm awning that helps protect your windows from letting in the harsh sunlight, UV rays.  Made from the best quality materials and combining contemporary design with functional aesthetics, the FR600 can perfectly blend into any home or work environment.  The FR600 is an extremely effective barrier that regulates sunlight from entering your home or office.  With fabric protection and easy control options, it can efficiently keep the heat away during daytime.

Introduction  The drop arm awning system can be easily adjusted to ensure the best shade, while still permitting enough sunlight and airflow to keep you comfortable.  Available in manual, electric and automatic control options, the FR600 is the ultimate easy to use awning system.  In addition to the standard manual crank and gearbox, you can also opt for a remote controlled and long lasting tubular motor powered control option.  Even better is the optional wind-sun sensor, which automatically regulates the awning depending on the sunlight and wind intensity.

Introduction  The high quality acrylic mesh fabric offers not only unprecedented UV protection, but also effectively regulates airflow and sunlight to keep indoors fresh, well lit and airy.  When required, you can also completely cover the window.  The FR600 drop arm awning system can be also completely customized to fit any environment, with a wide range of fabric colors available as well as powder coating options for the coat hood and other fittings available.

Key Features  Optional valance  Optional fabric colors  Optional hood and fittings powder coating  Optional wind-sun sensor  Contemporary yet compact design

Key Features  Low profile design for easy integration  Made from the highest quality materials  Automatic, manual and electric operation  Spring loaded arms

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