NLC supplied, delivered and installed ten triangular brise soleil panels to a residential development in Aberdeen. Each panel was fabricated using a box section frame with fixing cleats in certain areas to allow the frames to be dismantled for transport. The blades were fixed to the frames using a profiled aluminium folded cleat fixed to the front of the box section. The box section frames were fixed in four points along the top two diagonal parts of the frame and also at the base where a straight bracket fixed back to the wall.
NLC Engineers recently installed this vertical brise soleil to St. Bede’s School in Cambridge. The panels consisted of 210mm elliptical profile blades fixed to aluminium profiled side frames. The panels were fixed directly to the steel posts using stainless steel fixings through the side frames.
NLC engineers have completed these works on a new office development in Exeter. There were four horizontal runs of brise soleil and three bands of vertical brise soleil above the entrance to the building. All panels manufactured from 210mm elliptical blades fixed to 5mm thick profiled side frames. There were also vertical jointing plates fixed in between the vertical panels
Below are photos of recent supply, deliver and install project NLC completed on a residential property in Winchester. The panels were fabricated from 120mm elliptical blades fixed to 5mm thick profiled aluminium side frames.
NLC recently completed the installation of this architectural aluminium louvre screen on the roof of a Premier Inn at Tolworth. The screen consisted of our ‘Z’ profile screening blade clipped in to vertical mullions. Folded aluminium flashings were fixed on corners and head of screen.
This NLC-EL75 aluminium louvred plant screen was installed at Paul Street, London by our installation team. It featured a 75mm weather louvre blade & mullion system, folded aluminium flashings and a single louvred door for access to the plant.
NLC engineers installed these louvred double door sets to three different sites spread across the area Milton Keynes. All doors were fabricated from aluminium angle frames with 50mm weather louvre blades fixed through the side angles of the door leaves.
NLC engineers removed old damaged brise soleil and replaced it with these new 120mm elliptical blade panels. The brise soleil has a feature box section to the front and was complete with four fully welded corners.
NLC installed these runs of continuous weather louvres to Changan Research and Development Centre in Birmingham.
Before and after photo’s of Brise Soleil recently completed by NLC at a project in Cravern Arms. These vertical panels were fabricated from 210mm elliptical blades fixed to profiled aluminium side frames. All panels and brackets were polyester powder coated to match the windows and fascia.