Secure-Roll

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Secure-Roll Application Styles

Secure-Roll can be supplied in a range of application styles. Below are the application options:

In-Built System

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In Built system allows the shutter box to be hidden completely when viewed from the building exterior.

The head box is a upvc section with a removable internal access panel see Fig 3. Designed for use with new build, but can also be integrated when replacing windows.

Recessing the internal block work to accommodate the guide section allows the guide to be flush with the outside face of the finished brickwork see Fig 2.

Using a standard step lintel to create the space required to hide the head plate system above the external finished brick line.

The shutter can be fitted directly to the window system off site, or fitted directly to the wall before the window is installed.

The window section requires an additional spacer attached to each side to ensure that the glass line does not interfere with the finished external brickwork.

Please note this application system cannot be used in conjunction with Secure-roll 77

Standard Face Fix

Secure-Roll

Standard face-fix mount is used for most retrofit applications, using standard head plates and full box cover, this system sits directly onto standard layout brickwork with the box surface mounted above the window opening.

When using standard face fix with certain applications a base cill angle may be required when the existing window cill is not suitable for the shutter to close onto.

Diagram shown depicts gearbox operation

Standard Reveal Fix

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Standard Reveal Fix allows the shutter to fit between two parallel surfaces. All shutters have a full box which hides the barrel mechanism.

On wider spans where the fascia is unsupported we advise the use of a stiffening angle to help ensure the fascia stays rigid. The over-ride or gearbox outlet can be positioned to either exit from the front of the plate or the back, allowing operation from inside or outside.

This application type is suitable for security cabinets and recessed doorways.