The solarbreaker scissor awning is an ecological and innovative solution that, in addition to providing solar protection on hot days, will also provide energy production for household needs. The aluminium and steel construction ensures durability for years to come, unlike fabric awnings which can deteriorate more easily.

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INTEGRATED photovoltaics

Integrated photovoltaics

The integration of photovoltaic panels in the lamellas gives the user a large area to generate electricity. The pergola roof is able to generate 80W of energy from 1 sqm of surface, thanks to which it provides enough electricity to power the pergola, motors responsible for the movement of slats, zips screens, lighting, and other accessories with which the pergola is equipped, such as USB sockets or speakers.

Photovoltaic lamellas

The lamella roof allows for versatility in creating space under the pergola. The slats rotate in a wide range – the angle of their rotation is 135 degrees. Thanks to this, we can obtain a tight sheathing that protects against sun, wind and rain. The gentle opening of the roof offers airflow and ventilation while providing shade. Turning to the maximum angle allows the sun to enter the pergola.

Integrated photovoltaics

Each awning is equipped with a set of batteries that ensure trouble-free operation of the roof, side screens and peripheral elements such as lighting or USB connectors. Thanks to the use of modular batteries, we can adjust their quantity to the energy demand of a given pergola.

Drainage system

The special structure of the lamellas and the gutter ensures continuous water drainage, even in heavy rain. The deep space for water in the lamellas drains it to one of the gutters – from there the water is led to the ground through the legs of the pergola. It is up to you what you do with it – you can collect it for use in the garden or discharge it directly into the ground.

Awning Solar

The solar awning produces energy so that it independently generates electricity for its own use and for the household.

Standard Markiza

a standard awning needs to be connected to the mains and draws its energy from the household power supply.

Overall Protection

The lamella roof allows for versatility in creating space under the pergola. The slats rotate in a wide range – the angle of their rotation is 135 degrees. Thanks to this, we can obtain a tight sheathing that protects against sun, wind and rain. The gentle opening of the roof offers airflow and ventilation while providing shade. Turning to the maximum angle allows the sun to enter the awning.​

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Wind & Sun protection

The zip construction provides great protection against the wind from the side – the zipper system keeps the fabric taut, so that it does not deform when blown. Additionally, the fabric hidden in the side guide prevents insects from getting inside the pergola.

Drainage system

The special structure of the lamellas and the gutter ensures continuous water drainage, even in heavy rain. The deep space for water in the lamellas drains it to one of the gutters – from there the water is led to the ground through the legs of the pergola. It is up to you what you do with it – you can collect it for use in the garden or discharge it directly into the ground.

Sealed lamellas

The use of seals between the lamella profiles and at the point of contact between lamellas and the side gutter ensures a tight roof structure when it is closed. Thanks to this, water does not get into the pergola even in heavy rain. The additional use of zip screen side curtains makes the inside of the pergola dry and you can freely spend time under it without worrying about the weather conditions outside.

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Technical data

+ Main construction material – steel 

+ Maximum size lenght – 4500mm

+ Maximum width – 3000mm

+ Profiles section size – 150mm 

+ Power source  – Photovoltaic roof panels

+ Working conditions   -20 °C to + 40 °C

+ Available colours – ANY RAL

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