With Dynamic Solar Protection from Almedahls you are taking a major step against daylight and climate control in the public environment. It is the most cost-efficient way to reduce buildings’ environmental impact by reduced energy consumption and CO2 emissions. We offer you the tools to design solutions which secure an optimal balance between daylight, thermal comfort, transparency through view and visual well-being. Our products deliver the technical performance expected from professional dynamic solar control solutions and are documented technically.
Almedahls Dynamic Solar Protection is interior solar shading systems to control the amount of heat and light from the sun admitted to a room. These systems allow for potential energy savings in various areas, for example:
Reduce the amount of energy consumption for air conditioning by keeping the excessive heat of the sun out, and avoiding overheating
Reduce the amount
of energy required for heating, as a smart dynamic solar protection solution can help bring in free solar heat or decrease heat loss in the colder seasons
Cut in the energy required for lighting, by optimizing the admittance of more free, natural daylight
Increase indoor comfort
and stimulate productivity by e.g. preventing glare from direct sunlight in the room whilst at the same time allowing for proximity to windows whilst
Natural daylight represents an important impact on occupational health. Motorized solar protection solutions can enhance wellbeing in environments such as a classroom or an office. This type of solution responds to the movement of the sun and supports and improves visual and thermal comfort, decreases energy consumption whilst in use and represent very low initial investment cost and minimal maintenance cost compared to advanced cooling and ventilation installations. Given global warming and climate change it is more and more urgent to find sustainable solutions to minimize energy consumption in all buildings.
Rollerblinds for office environments and all spaces in need of control of sun, daylight, through view and temperature.
Maximum measurements 2.4 metres wide and 3.5 metres drop
Rollerblinds for spaces in need of more stable systems for heavier fabrics for e.g. care facilities and schools.
Maximum measurements 2.8 metres wide and 3.5 metres drop
Rollerblinds for spaces with large windows areas where the construction of the system handles weight up to 12 kg.
Maximum measurements 4.0 metres wide and 4.0 metres drop
Vertical systems typically suitable for all spaces in need of control of sun, daylight, view through and temperature.
Maximum measurements 7.0 metres wide and 4.0 metres drop
Sustainability of energy consumption and carbon dioxide emission
Performance and comfort at work
EN17037 (Europeanstandard for Daylight in buildings)
Access to daylight
Access to daylight
Level and value of daylight exposure
Distinct through view in neutral color reproduction
Protection from glare and reflexes
Management of temperature
Structure of weaving
Colour of fibre
Openness factor of fabric
Solar protection and light values in relation to glass surfaces and direction of facade