Outdoor wooden blinds

Outdoor wooden blinds

SKIRPUS outdoor wooden blinds are made of thermally modified wood, which is resistant to deformation and outdoor conditions: moisture, mould and temperature fluctuations.

Our projects

SKIRPUS exterior wooden blinds in Obrigheim (Germany)

SKIRPUS exterior wooden blinds in Ignalina (Lithuania)

SKIRPUS exterior wooden blinds in Karlsruhe (Germany)

SKIRPUS exterior wooden blinds in Odenthal (Germany)

SKIRPUS exterior wooden blinds in London (UK)

SKIRPUS exterior wooden blinds in Hampton, New York (USA)

SKIRPUS outdoor wooden blinds in Aarhus (Denmark)

SKIRPUS outdoor wooden blinds in Fussen (Germany)

SKIRPUS exterior wooden blinds in Akmene (Lithuania)

SKIRPUS exterior wooden blinds in Schliersee  (Germany)

SKIRPUS outdoor wooden blinds in Steinbach (Germany)

SKIRPUS exterior wooden blinds in Leipzig, (Germany)

SKIRPUS exterior wooden blinds in Zagreb (Croatia)

SKIRPUS exterior wooden blinds in Essen (Germany)

SKIRPUS exterior wooden blinds in Seefeld in Tirol (Austria)

SKIRPUS outdoor wooden blinds, in Vilnius (Lithuania)

SKIRPUS outdoor wooden blinds in Kaunas (Lithuania)

SKIRPUS outdoor wooden blinds in Tegensee (Germany)

SKIRPUS outdoor wooden blinds in Hoogeveen (Holland)

SKIRPUS exterior wooden blinds in Berlin (Germany)

SKIRPUS outdoor wooden blinds in Alkmaare (Holland)

Technical information


Operation: electric motor (220 V), operation by wall switch or remote controller


Side guide support options: side guide rails or stainless steel wire


Maximum dimensions:  width – 3500 mm, height – 5000 mm, max. 10m2.


Wood: thermally modified pine (MORE ABOUT THERMOWOOD >>), lamellas dimensions: 90 mm x 5 mm


Warranty: 3 years


More technical information

Outdoor wooden blinds colours

Natural
White
Grey
Brown
Black

More about outdoor wooden blinds

FUNCTIONALITY
Outdoor wooden blinds help to conveniently adjust the amount of sunshine in the room. They protect the home against unwanted glances, scorching sun and excessive heat from the outside. During the cold season, outdoor wooden blinds may be fully raised to allow sunlight into the room. They also serve as an insulator reducing heat leaks through the windows.

LONGEVITY
Outdoor wooden blinds are made of thermally modified wood, which is resistant to moisture, fungi and mould, robust and mechanically stable. All these properties ensure a long service life of outdoor wooden blinds. Only top-quality motors and textile components made of reinforced glass fibre are used. The whole product comes with a 5-year warranty.

SLANTED AND TRAPEZE WINDOWS
Outdoor wooden blinds may be produced for non-standard (slanted or trapeze) windows. Non-standard shape of outdoor wooden blinds will further highlight architectural solutions and decorate the façade.

WIND RESISTANCE
To ensure the stability of outdoor wooden blinds, side profiles or stainless steel cables are installed at the sides. Outdoor wooden blinds have wind resistance class 6 and are safe in winds of up to 25 m/s. If the wind is stronger, the sensor automatically raises the blinds, so they may be left unattended for a longer period of time.

AESTHETICS
Natural beauty of the wood gives the effect of exclusiveness and completion of the house. Once the wood is coated with oil of chosen colour, the natural wood pattern remains for 10–15 years and does not require any maintenance. If necessary, the colour can be easily refreshed. Natural, uncoated wood turns elegant light grey in time.

ACOUSTICS
High-quality mechanisms of the blinds with sound-absorbing elements eliminate the unwanted vibration noise of the blinds. Due to natural properties of wood, outdoor wooden blinds function as a sound insulator and absorb the sounds from the outside.

COMPATIBILTY
Outdoor wooden blinds may be integrated in a smart home control system. They are compatible with most systems and will allow you to have full control without additional remote controls, switches or other devices.

THERMOWOOD
Outdoor wooden blinds are made of thermally modified wood, which boasts unsurpassed longevity and is often compared to larch and teak. Only heat and steam (190–212°C) are used for treating the wood. No chemical substances are used. Thermally modified wood has resistance category 2 according to EN 113 standard. During thermal modification, high temperature modifies the structure of the wood and renders the wood more stable, robust, fully resistant to moisture, mould, fungi, temperature fluctuations and other outdoor conditions.