A Louver Façade Is At Your Service For Sunlight and Shade

If you’re lucky enough to have had a louver façade installed on the exterior of your building, you’re relishing the presence of sunny days and warmer temperatures. Now that summer has arrived in the northern hemisphere, people think that weather worries are over. There’s certainly no threat of blizzards for those countries where June, July, and August herald a chance to enjoy outdoor activities uninhibited by snow and cold. However, too much of a good thing, even the summer sun, can present problems. With sunshine comes glare; with warm weather comes heat and humidity. Being able to control those weather features is one of the reasons why a louver façade is such a popular architectural addition to a design.

A Louver Façade Adds Weather Control And Comfort To A Building’s Interior

On a perfect day, when the temperature is just right, a louver system can make things even better by bringing the outdoors inside. On an imperfect day, one in which rain has darkened the skies and brought dampness and chill along with it, your louver façade keeps the inclement weather out. Microcell technology has proven its strength and versatility. It presents a strong defense against weather’s extremes, which helps to keep insulation dry and free from the moisture that could otherwise compromise your energy efficiency. Because Danpal facades are famed for their light weight and ease of installation, they’re a popular choice among architects.

Sunshine and Shade Brought To You By A Louver Façade

Bringing the outdoors inside means finding the right balance between sunlight and shade. Sunshine, for all its wonders, can sometimes be too bright. That’s when we need shade and that’s one of the ways in which a louver façade can blend the benefits of natural light with the comfort of shade. Too warm? Too bright? No problem for a shading system Daylighting architecture delivers the weather the way that you like it, with fresh air on demand, and shade when you need it.

How A Louver Façade Improves Energy Efficiency

It’s natural that, in cold weather, we depend upon our heating systems; in hot weather, we crank up the air conditioning. But with 365 days in a calendar year, there are many days when we don’t need heating or cooling. That’s when a louver façade can make an enormous difference, both in your comfort and in your energy usage. You’ll relish those days when you have all the advantages of the beautiful outdoors while you work inside—the natural light, the fresh breezes, the shade—without those negative aspects of nature, like bugs, glare, and humidity.

Happiness Is a Louver Façade

Well, that might be an exaggeration, but when you think about it, you realize that a louver façade, by giving you more control over the level of nature that you allow into your workspace or living space, does make you feel better and more productive. These days, when the remote working and learning models are becoming far more familiar, isn’t it a good idea to find out whether your home office would benefit from a louver system?

Contact Danpal to discuss Louver Façade for your next architectural project.

Your Louvre Shading System And Danpal Innovation

What’s the light up to these days? If the question puzzles you, that might mean that you need to give more thought to the performance of your louvre shading system. Controlling the amount of shade that comes into your building is one of the features of the louvre shading system, but there’s a lot that goes on to make sure that you’re completely comfortable. Danpal, a leader in the building industry because we never stop innovating, has come up with a dynamic new technology that’s unique in external fixed louvre systems.

What Is The DanpaShade Louvre System?

When you select the DanpaShade Louvre Shading System, you’re benefitting from a high-quality environment for your interior working and living space. Each DanpaShade louvre system is constructed from the so-strong and so-lightweight Danpalon polycarbonate material. Danpal customers are familiar with the company’s talent for manufacturing products that are incredibly strong and amazingly light. When you get that combination, plus the ability to control how much sunlight and shade can enter your spaces, you know that you’re getting a good deal.

louvre shading systemWhat Is The Aura Louvre System?

The Aura Louvre System lets you partner with architecture, energy conservation, and visual esthetics to select a louvre shading system that offers Danpal’s 2 in 1 color options as you color with shade. You’re protecting the environment and expressing your personal esthetic choices all at the same time, and you’re using the shade that nature offers as an ingredient in the mix.
What Are The Features of the Danpal Louvre Shading System
Architects and clients all over the world have come to expect dazzling innovation from Danpal, and our louvre shading system does not disappoint. It offers a horizontal or a vertical installation, color-shift technology and dual-color integration, shade-shift properties, Z-frame construction, l/and ightweight design. The spacing between the louvre ribs produces a highly attractive quality of light which adds to the overall attractiveness of the structure.

Performance Matches Esthetics In The Danpal Louvre Shading System

Danpal’s Microcell technology ensures that the louvre shading system will be up to the challenge of any kind of weather, regardless of whether it snows, rains, hails, or whether the intense sun beats down upon it. High-impact resistance keeps the system strong even in the fiercest weather conditions.

Not only are you in charge of the weather when you have a louvre shading system, but you’re also the one who gets to choose the color of the system. Danpal is a pioneer in daylighting architecture and we know how much we benefit when sunlight can be added to our indoors. But we also understand and agree that color does a lot to brighten up a building. That’s why our louvre systems are available in colors, effects, and finishes that impress with esthetic appeal. Even though it’s your building, it also has a place in the community. We want to make sure that your structure makes a good impression among its neighboring buildings.

Contact Danpal to discuss Louvre Shading System for your next architectural project.

Danpal’s Solar Shading System Creates Intelligent Daylighting

A solar shading system is used to optimize the levels of visible light and solar heat gain that will be allowed into a structure. When it’s cloudy outside, movable shading retracts to allow natural light, and the solar gain that it brings, to enter a building so that there is less internal dependence on heating and electric light. Because human being spend an estimated 90 percent of their daily lives inside, have a need for heat and light, even when they’re inside the workplace. Research and technology have devised a way for architectural design and technology to refine the process by which heat and shade enter a building. Danpal’s  Controlite® System has created intelligent daylighting, a solar shading system that delivers complete control of the desired level of light intensity inside a building, no matter what season of the year.

Danpal’s Controlite® System Brings A Season Of Solar Control

Daylight advances and retreats according to the schedule that the sun has imposed upon it, but with technology, buildings are no longer required to submit to nature’s rules. By controlling the transmission of daylight and solar heat gain, Controlite® optimizes light and heat to deliver comfort to buildings. As the day proceeds, the levels of heat and sunshine outside are changing. Inside, the building is geared up to counteract that schedule by adapting to the changing light conditions and altering the amounts of indoor light, solar heat gain, and shade. The system also helps minimize some of the extremes in temperature that come as a result of hot and cold weather.

How Controlite® Brings A Solar Shading System and Energy Efficiency Together

The Controlite® panels that are integrated into the design of the building follow through on the original planning, reducing the energy usd by heating, artificial lighting, and air conditioning. The Controlite® system significantly reduces energy use from air-conditioning, heating, and artificial lighting. Credit points are earned with the rating systems used by green buildings.

How Controlite® Saves Money By Saving Energy

If the heat and light of the daylight hours can be controlled through technology, the result is a positive one for everyone. Occupants of a building benefit from the increased shade and reduced glare that would otherwise be coming into the building. A building’s heating and cooling systems get a break because the use of natural light or shade and the warmth of the sun reduces the need for artificial light eases utility costs in season. No one is going to argue when the results add money to our budgets!

How Controlite® Intelligent Daylighting Works

The translucent glazing panel has rotating louvres that adjust their position during the day in order to take full advantage of the levels of daylight that are coming into the building from the outside. Natural light makes it easier for people inside to see and, as studies have shown, bringing daylight into a structure gives the occupants inside a more positive feeling about themselves and their productivity.

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Horizontal Louvres Are Danpal’s Comfort Color Chart

As much as we like the sunshine, we can’t help but wish that nature came equipped with some customizable features like horizontal louvres so that, when we’re outdoors, we’d be able to control the levels of light and minimize the glare. So far, Mother Nature has not proven herself willing to allow that but fortunately, Mother Nature does not have the final say over what goes on inside. That’s why, with Danpal horizontal louvres, the consumer decides how much sunlight is too much, and when the irritation of glare needs to be subdued by the relief of shade. With Danpal and architectural innovation, we’re able to enjoy nature on our terms.

Scheduling Sunlight With Horizontal Louvres

Depending on the time of day, sunshine makes an appearance at different places in the room and some of those times might be especially inconvenient for us, depending on what we’re doing and how much glare is interfering with what we’re looking at. Horizontal louvres are designed to offer different angles so that we can bring in the sunlight and close off the glare.

Using Horizontal Louvres To Improve Ventilation

Fresh air on a temperate day is something that many of us enjoy, particularly if we’re working inside. Fresh air helps to keep us alert and even if we wish we could be outside enjoying leisure, we at least benefit from the ventilation indoors. Horizontal louvres can be angled so that the windows bring in air from outside. If we want lots of air, the louvres allow for maximized air flow to almost as much as the full width of the window.

Maximizing Horizontal Louvres Ventilation to Improve Energy Efficiency

We depend upon our heating and cooling systems to keep us comfortable inside when we’re dealing with winter cold, summer heat, autumn frost, and spring rains. But with accessible ventilation, consumers can also take advantage of fresh air, sunshine, and shade from outside. Horizontal louvres make it possible to stay comfortable on temperate days without turning on the heat or the air conditioning. Your heating and cooling systems get a break. So does your budget—fresh air is free!

Louvres and the Danpal Translucent Polycarbonate Shading System

Did you know that comfort comes in different colors? It does with the DanpaShade Louvre System, which not only gives you the option of choosing the ventilation comfort level that’s right for you but also lets you decide what color it should be. You’ve known Danpal as a leader in designing building materials that are durable and easy to work with. Now you know that they also manufacture products that let you redefine the color of comfort.

Why You Should Choose Danpal for Your Horizontal Louvres

Danpal’s pioneering of daylighting architecture makes the company a leader in innovation. Danpal’s mitment to a Global Vision, Local Focus philosophy combines holistic values, environmental consciousness, and the innovation that’s driven over half a century. Danpal calls five different continents home; that means that the globe is our operational center and the human population is our customer base.

Contact Danpal to discuss Horizontal Louvres for your next architectural project.

Vertical Sun Shading Plays the Angles For Inside Comfort

With Danpal shading solutions, architecture can offer ultimate control over the dynamics of thermal and solar properties. The variety of options, including vertical sun shading, gives the building a unique appearance that utilizes sunshine and shady to create an esthetic site where visual appeal is matched by the unique use of natural light. By the deliberate use of vertical shading to control the amount of sunlight that is allowed into a building, energy consumption can be lowered and comfort can be increased.

What Are Some Reasons To Add Vertical Sun Shading To A Building?

Sunlight can sometimes get out of hand. In climates where hot, sunny weather is the norm, the excess solar gain that results often leads to increased energy consumption in an effort to lower temperatures. Controlling the amount of sunlight that enters a structure can have a positive effect on energy usage as well as providing comfort. In cold climates or places where winter affects the temperature, south-facing windows where winter sunlight enters can contribute to a passive form of solar heating. Vertical shading can be effective in allowing light to enter and blocking sun because the east and west angles of the sun are low. Residents of almost all weather zones will find that daylighting can be improved if natural illumination can be diffused and controlled.

What Are The Benefits of Vertical Sun Shading

You know the relief, on a hot day, of walking into a patch of shade. You feel refreshed and restored. Vertical sun shading performs in the same way, except that its effects are felt on the inside rather than the outside. The process of shading blocks sunlight before it manages to go into a structure. This allows for a comfortable indoor temperature and, at the same time, cools the building. This, in turn, affects the energy usage and performance of the building.

Introducing The DANPAL® LOUVRE SYSTEM

With Danpal® Louvre System, vertical sun shading includes extended UV protection and high impact resistance. It also adds an esthetic feature to the building by using color, finishes and effects to enhance the structure’s appearance.

What Are The Esthetics Of Vertical Shading?

Shade and sunlight are natural phenomena that add so much to our physical comfort. Because the Danpal system is specifically designed for architectural daylighting applications, the light that’s produced is a superior quality, thanks to the tight spacing between the ribs. There’s more to look at than the sunlight and shading, however. With sun shading, an architect actually has the opportunity to color with shade, making the building more artistically pleasing to the eye.

Vertical Sun Shading and Resistance to Weather

Any product dealing with the effects of sunlight and shading is also going to have to confront the realities of all weather: the hard, pounding rain; punishing hail; cold, heavy snow; powerful wind, to name the most obvious manifestations of weather. Danpal’s Microcell technology, is up to the challenge of protecting the vertical shading materials from the elements.

Contact Danpal to discuss Vertical Sun Shading for your next architectural project.

Sun Shading Louvres are a Gateway for Sunlight

Louvres are one of the best ways that architecture can offer indoor dwellers the opportunity to enjoy a bit of the outdoors even while they’re sitting in a room. Why should nature be experienced only during the months when we traditionally participate in outdoor activities? When you’re inside, the daylight outside your window is irresistible. Louvres allow that daylight to come inside. But what happens when the sunlight coming in becomes too intense and the glare makes it impossible to see with any clarity? Once again, it’s louvres to the rescue. In the case of glare, it’s sun shading louvres that can make the difference by blocking the glare and creating shade, so that you decide how much of the sunlight to admit.

How Sun Shading Louvres Work in Different Seasons

We require different things from nature and nowhere is this more apparent than with sunlight. How much sunlight is just enough? Sun shading louvres manage that balance: they can let in more direct sunlight when it’s the season for turning on the heat; when it’s time for air conditioning, the louvres can block the direct sunlight from coming in. Over the course of the building’s life span, energy consumption is actually reduced.

What Sun Shading Louvres Offer for the Environment

It might seem hard to believe that the way you ventilate your building can have an ecological effect, but it’s true. Sun shading louvres work especially well in structures that have a significant window surface. The louvres can shield the interior space from the intense effects of the sun; namely, high temperatures and glare. Temperature alteration of this nature can keep rooms cool without needing as much air conditioning. That reduction in mechanical cooling leads to more energy efficiency and money saved. A sustainable lifestyle benefits us as well as the environment and sun shading louvres can help with that smart move.

The Danpal Louvre System Shows off the Appeal of Sun Shading Louvres

In addition to their performance, the sun shading louvres also add an esthetic touch to a building. Danpal offers an impressive range of colors and finishes so that you can choose the louvres that are best suited for the overall architectural design of your building. You can select a glossy or matte finish, as well as assorted color combinations. You’ll find louvres a satisfying addition to your building, not only because of the enhanced appearance, but because so much choice is available to you.
The choice of how much light and shade is one of the Danpal® Louvre System’s most satisfying features. You’ll customize daylight itself as you set the louvres on completely open, half open, or completely closed, depending upon the weather that day and your own preference.
Of course, performance is always key for customer satisfaction and Danpal never disappoints. Our Microcell technology, high-impact resistance, easy and affordable installation, and co-extruded UV protection that gives the system a long life span are all proof that at Danpal, our innovative tradition delivers customer satisfaction with every product we manufacture.

Contact Danpal to discuss Sun Shading Louvres for your next architectural project.

A Louvre Façade Lets You Play With Sunlight and Shade

 
What are louvre facades? You see them in office buildings and shopping center, in indoor and outdoor settings, enhancing the physical appearance of structures but also providing a valuable function as well. Danpal façade system are designed for the purpose of reducing the transfer of heat and the intensity of light, as well as improving a structure’s physical appearance. Installation can place the louvres against the building, or else they can be protruded in order to provide shading.
The traditional role of a typical façade system is not to play a structural role in a building’s design, but to prevent moisture from causing damage to the interior of that structure. Hail, wind, snow and rain are a building’s natural foes, one which it faces day after day. Danpal uses Microcell technology to defend a building from those harsh elements. Louvre facades are just as strong as a typical Danpal façade system, but they offer something extra. They let you, the consumer, decide how much of the external weather you want to invite inside. Nobody is going to welcome a downpour of rain or a snowstorm inside, but what about those bright and sunny days, when the air is fresh and the day is bright? That’s when Danpal’s daylighting architecture can let you and the sunlight meet on your terms while you’re inside. For those days when the sun is so bright that the glare is unbearable and the heat too intense, you still have control over how much of a hot summer day is going to come in. The louvres can be closed entirely to bring shade to your interior.

Louvre Facades Play With Sunlight and Shade

Wonder what Danpal is up to these days? What if we told you that Danpal, a leader in the building industry for over fifty years and a trailblazer in daylighting architecture, has been learning to play with sunlight and shade?
Danpalon® Louvre, a translucent shading system, empowers the customers to determine the balance of light and shade that is perfect for them, creating an internal atmosphere that meets their preferences. Louvre facades can be installed on various building types, and with the dazzling selection of colors and finishes for which Danpal is known, the result creates internal comfort and external beauty.
Along with that customized control over sunlight and shade comes the mastery over ventilation. Adding louvre facades to a structure allows for the welcome presence of fresh air coming in from outside and on a pleasant day, there’s nothing like the enticement of warm breezes to invigorate interior working and living space. If the day is cool and not conducive to open louvres, then they can be closed. This feature expands a building’s energy efficiency by allowing nature to carry some of the burden of adding comfort to the indoors, but always on your terms and according to your personal preferences.
Danpal designs the products. The architect designs the building. You, the customer, design your comfort zone.

Contact Danpal to discuss Louvre Façade for your next architectural project.

Horizontal Louvres Let the Sunshine In

As we all know, sunlight strikes different places at different hours of the day. But sunlight, as much as we love to see it, and as much as we benefit from it, can be excessive. Glare from sunlight can prevent us from seeing as well as we would like and that’s when the sunlight turns into an impediment to better vision. So what’s the sweet spot between the right amount of sunlight and too much glare? Horizontal louvres can shade the angles differently so that sunlight is something we can enjoy without the glare. Made of a variety of different materials, including vinyl, aluminium, wood and fabric, horizontal louvres are often preferred for tall windows that might be small or narrow. Choosing horizontal louvres is a smart way to let the sunshine in!

What are the Advantages of Horizontal Louvres?

Ventilation

Louvres offer many advantages, including improved ventilation, diffusion of daylight and a reduction of glare, and privacy. Horizontal louvres, which can be angled to give control over the flow of air, maximize the ability of the window to provide a flow of air, to almost the complete width of the window.

Energy Efficiency

Energy efficiency is a key component of horizontal louvres because the ventilation that comes from the air that comes in lets you reduce the amount of heat and cooling that you need to stay comfortable. This, in turn, lowers the amount that you pay in your energy bills.

Cleaning Ease

When it’s time to clean the louvres, you don’t have all the preparation and fuss of going outside and trying to figure out how to balance your cleaning supplies and yourself on a ladder. That’s because horizontal louvres can be cleaned from the inside, making this a household chore that is no longer one to dread.

How Horizontal Louvres Reflect a New Danpal Technology

Danpal, a building company with a presence on five continents, has built a reputation for innovation through its half-century of leadership in the industry. Now Danpal, with its Translucent Polycarbonate Shading System, has created a unique direction for external fixed louvre systems.
The louvre systems are the new way to provide an upgrade to interior working and living spaces. The DanpaShade louvre system, constructed from Danpalon’s lightweight, UV-protected material, lets you choose the comfort level and the color of louvre that’s exactly what you want and precisely what your space needs. DanpaShade Aura offers you a choice of unique 2-in-1 color options. The latest Aura Louvre System fulfills Danpal’s commitment to function, appearance, and energy efficiency. What’s the style that’s right for you?
Danpal believes in providing the highest quality of building materials for consumers, but the company also believes that consumers deserve to choose products that add to their comfort and satisfaction. Horizontal louvres are one of the ways that Danpal is adding personal choice to the range of architectural options for consumers to consider. Sunlight, ventilation, and satisfaction, coming in through your louvres.

Contact Danpal to discuss Horizontal Louvres for your next architectural project.

Exterior Vertical Louvres Give You Interior Climate Control

Exterior vertical louvres not only provide a means of protecting your windows, but they also allow you to enhance the outside appearance of a building. The vertical louvres, which are set within a frame and placed on the sides of the windows, have other advantages as well. Because they are located on the exterior of the structure, they offer privacy for the occupants inside. They still deliver sunlight and fresh air, bringing the outdoors into your rooms so you reap the benefits of nature while controlling how much of it you want to enjoy. Weather is unpredictable, but exterior vertical louvres let you build the perfect forecast inside.

Here’s Your Exterior Vertical Louvre Weather Report

What’s the weather like outside? If there’s a pleasant breeze outside and you want to enjoy it even though you’re inside, you can open the louvres for optimum ventilation. But if it’s a hot, humid day, the kind of day when you want to escape the temperature, you can close the shutters and savor the shade. The marvellous thing about exterior vertical louvres is that you can enjoy just as much of weather as you prefer, for climate control on your terms!

Maintaining Your Exterior Vertical Louvres

After facing the rain, wind, and snow, your louvres might need to be cleaned, but you won’t have to worry about their ability to withstand the harsh elements because Danpal products can handle whatever the forecast brings your way. Keep in mind that because your exterior vertical louvres are located outside the structure, you may need a ladder in order to reach them. Depending upon the material that the louvres are made of, they can be hosed down and then cleaned. After the louvres are washed, they can be dried with a mop or cloth.

Danpal® Louvre Translucent Shading System and Exterior Vertical Louvres

Louvres are a very satisfying way to include the parts of nature that you like the most into your interior living and working space. There’s the comfort level to be considered, but in these times when so many people are working from home, exterior vertical louvres, when opened to let the sunlight in, also provide you with natural Vitamin D. That means that you can improve your own health just by opening the louvres.
But if it’s a hot day, and you don’t want the heat to get inside, that’s easy to take care of too. The Louvre Translucent Shading System by Danpal lets you experiment with sunlight and shade so that you select the blend of nature that’s perfect for you. You spend a lot of time inside, and now you can share your home with nature. But it’s your home, and you make the rules!
The weather continues to remain powerful outside. Rain, snow and wind are what we expect throughout the different seasons. Don’t worry, though; Danpal’s Microcell technology ensures high-impact resistance to protect the louvres. The system’s snap-on interlocking dry-glazed connectors makes sure of that.

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Metal Louvres, the Stronger, More Flexible, More Sustainable Option

Louvres make an attractive addition to any structure, but you may not know that they also serve a practical purpose, one which demonstrably improves the interior structure for the occupants within. Louvres assist in the ventilation of a building and the material that the louvres are made of also brings additional benefits to the feature. They’re an easy way to add to the comfort of the people who live and work inside the structure; they add ventilation, but they also can increase or reduce the light and shade inside, depending upon preference. Metal louvres, by improving the ventilation of a building, are a sustainable way to lower your heating and cooling costs, helping to provide control over the internal climate of the structure. They are easy to maintain and, unlike other materials such as wood, don’t require a regular schedule of maintenance and upkeep. When you’re making a decision on what material to use for your choice of louvres, you’re going to want to learn more about the advantages of metal.

The Versatility of Metal Louvres

Because of their composition, metal louvre can be formed into the shape that meets the specifications of the customer so that they fit into the space that’s been designated for them. When you’re choosing Danpal products, you’ll soon learn that customer = customization. We don’t expect all buildings to be identical, so why would customer preferences be? If you choose metal louvres, you’re going to be delighted with the range of options that await you.

The Durability of Metal Louvres

Metal louvres seem lighter than those made of other materials, but it’s that lightness of weight which adds to their flexibility. But don’t be fooled, because even though they’re light in weight, they’re among the most durable of all building materials. The basic composition of metal demonstrates that flexible and durable can partner for superior building material.

Metal Louvres and the Environment

In these times when awareness of how much our individual actions affect one another and the planet, metal louvres are a particularly wise environmental choice to make. Metal is environmentally friendly because it’s recyclable and can be reused and reprocessed multiple times without sacrificing the quality of its intrinsic properties. No landfill dump for metal; it can be taken to a recycling centre when it’s no longer needed.

The Esthetics of Metal Louvres

Danpal’s commitment to quality is renowned throughout the building industry. Our dedication to our motto, Global Vision, Local Focus, makes us a steadfast partner in the pursuit of environmental responsibility. We’re also steadfast in our belief that esthetics needs to be factored into the architectural design of a structure. Metal louvre support the Danpal position on all of these metrics. When you add color and style to a building, it becomes more than a structure. It has an image, and at Danpal, we’re proud of that image. You will be too.

Contact Danpal to discuss Metal Louvres for your next architectural project.

Wall Louvres Offer Choices That You’ll Enjoy

Louvres add a lot to a building, not only in performance but also in appearance. Wall louvres are designed to improve ventilation so that air can flow into a building while the weather remains outside. Wall louvres let the air in, and while it’s wonderful to have fresh air circulating in a room, no one wants to deal with the unwelcome parts of weather, like rain. Wall louvres can also prevent the outside dust and debris from getting inside. Wall louvres manage to do all this while adding to the esthetic appeal of a building’s exterior.

The Benefits of Ventilation in a Building

Most of us spend the majority of our day and night inside, which means that we aren’t getting a lot of fresh air. After a day spent in air that’s stale, we feel a little stale ourselves. No one says that outside air is always pure; pollution is a factor we all deal with. But inside air, without good ventilation to bring in fresh air and move the stale air, has its own negative qualities; there can be bacteria, mold, and pollutants. That’s why wall louvres can help keep your working space and living space well ventilated to provide good air flow.

Choose The Danpal® Danpashade Louvre System For Your Wall Louvres

Danpal is proud to present an impressive array of building products which vary in style but there are certain qualities that are shared by all the items that we manufacture and that’s true as well for our wall louvres. Danpal has been in business for over fifty years, and in that half-century, we’ve learned how to develop products that are durable enough to stand up to whatever weather conditions they’ll have to face, while remaining in compliance with building code regulations. Weather is tough, but Danpal’s Microcell technology is tougher, with high- impact resistance to support a system with a double-tooth grip-lock connection that guarantees extended longevity, no matter how powerfully the winds are blowing. It’s also designed for daylight applications with tight spacing between the wall louvre ribs to produce an exceptional quality of light. The longevity of the system is strengthened by the panels which provide co-extruded UV protection
Daylight delivers its own esthetic appeal and Danpal, which has been a pioneer in the area of daylighting architecture, has done much to make natural light a feature that can be added to the design of a structure. But Danpal brings even more to the esthetics of the system. We emphasize appearance as well as function and our Danpal® Louvre translucent shading system lets you choose from a variety of color combinations.
There’s one more feature of our wall louvre system that will convince you that you’re making the right choice when you choice Danpal. Our wall louvres aren’t just the esthetic choice, the performance choice—they’re also the economic choice, because installation, with snap-on interlocking dry-glazed connectors, is simple to do. Simple means easy, and that means minimal inconvenience and that means easy on your wallet!

Contact Danpal to discuss Wall Louvres for your next architectural project.