Louvre panel with internal door
A louvre panel with internal door can be used to allow ventilation in e.g. a bathroom, without compomising security, as the panel is closed on the external side.
! Externally the louvre is incorporated within a sash in a similar way to a glazed unit. The rear side of the sash is fitted with a fly mesh.
! Internally fixed the the rear side of the frame, 1 or 2 internal doors can be opened to allow ventilation.
Min./max-size for a louvre panel with 1 internal door:
! Min. size: W × H = 350mm × 580mm
! Max. size: W × H = 872mm × 1680mm
Min./max-size for a louvre panel with 2 internal doors:
! Min. size: W × H = 350mm × 1680mm
! Max. size: W × H = 872mm × 2872mm (with visible transom)
! Max. size: W × H = 872mm × 2380mm (with invisible transom)
Please observe that the louvre panel with internal door does NOT have the same uniform look as the VELFAC 200 system.
See the VELFAC Louvre panel with internal door
The first 3 below pictures show a VELFAC louvre panel with internal door in its most simple format: One louvre outside and one internal door inside.
The next 2 pictures show a tall louvre panel with 2 internal doors. The elment is divided by a hidden transom.
The transom may be hidden, which gives only one louvre panel externally, or visible, which gives 2 louvre panels externally (no photo).
The internal door is available in 2 designs on the internal door front:
Plain / without grooves (design 10).
With grooves (design 12). Please see picture below.
Handles and ironmongery for the internal door
Please see handle and hinge options below.
Internal doors where the width <580mm are equipped with a handle operated brake which can hold the internal door open in any random position.
Internal doors where the width >580mm has neither handle operated brake nor friction brake.
Frames and transoms for VELFAC louvre panel with internal door
All sectional drawings are available as system drawing packages, which can be downloaded as DWG or PDF files.
Any coupling with a VELFAC 200 element requires an cover profile to cover the otherwise weather exposed wood of the louvre panel frame.