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Drop Arm Awnings provide excellent sun protection here to these first floor windows because the more you wind the awnings out, the lower they drop, making it possible to completely cover the windows if required.

Because the arm fixing point is significantly lower therefore than the roller fixing height, this means that the awning is triangulated against the wall, or shopfront, thus offering it a greater degree of stability when it comes to wind loading.

Gear operation only is recommended for the slide-arm option, using a detachable winding handle, giving another advantage of being able to easily wind the awning down below the horizontal position, both with the slide-arm and the drop-arm, and thus offering an even greater and more flexible degree of sun-protection. 

 

 

 

Three different arm options

 

 

Assembly option with manual gear or motor.

 

 

 

 

Description Parameters
Awning type  Open type
Tube d, mm 70mm
Mounting options Wall;
Arm projection, m Up to 1,50m
Max length, m 6m
Range of colours Silver or according to RAL catalog
Fabrics The awning collection is comprised of 212 references, including 100 all new solids. As a result, DICKSON® offers 188 Orchestra options, 10 Symphony solids and 14 Opera jacquards.
Frill Available
Operation Motor with remote control or manual gear

 

 

 
 
 
 
 


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