Upgrade to Hydro Aluminium Recycling

Safetyline Jalousie and the Technal brand are part of HYDRO the world’s leading group in the building systems sector. Thanks to their use of aluminium, a material which can be endlessly recycled without loss in quality, “their façade systems allow architects to make their...

Air Leaks and Improving Energy Efficiency

The recent increase in energy rates across Australia has prompted businesses and home owners to look for ways to save energy and identify “air leaks”  to improve their heating/cooling system’s efficiency. Windows and doors are amongst the most common areas for air leakage in a...

Artarmon Public School Redevelopment

A three storey classroom block, a new library and hall are currently in the works in the Artarmon Public School redevelopment which will see 190 bays of Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows installed throughout. The upgrade aims to deal with the school’s current overcrowding. It is...

Intelisurf

Safetyline Jalousie is now using Intelisurf software to demonstrate the assembly and installation of their louvre windows. The product experience platform allows the user to play with and discover the product using the power of 3d interactive motion. Suitable on any device, the...

The innovative and sustainable Pak Shak design

Australian architect Chris Cole has featured Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows in is his innovative Pak Shak Design. The timber dwelling has been developed for tropical and sub-tropical climates and has been “conceived with environmental sustainability and durability in mind”....

Safetyline Jalousie continue to supply louvres for relocatable classrooms across QLD

Another delivery of over 300 Safetyline Jalousie Louvres has been dispatched this month for Fleetwood’s relocatable classrooms. Fleetwood’s range of architecturally designed modular buildings are manufactured offsite in their factories and are then transported to different school...

Australia’s First Tiny Home Project for the Homeless

Safetyline Jalousie is proud to be supporting the Tiny Homes Foundation with what is considered to be Australia’s first approved tiny home project. The pilot project located next to Gosford Hospital on the NSW Central Coast consists of four tiny homes, a common lounge, a common...

A Timely Reminder Why Louvre Windows Were Specified in Queensland Cyclone Shelters

Whenever there’s a cyclone in North Queensland there’s always a lot of re-building that needs to occur afterwards.  After Cyclone Debbie it will be no different.  There will no doubt be numerous homes and businesses that will suffer damage. An upside for those who...

Lae School of Nursing in PNG to receive 169 Safetyline Jalousie Louvre Windows

169 Safetyline Jalousie Louvre Window have been loaded onto a 40 ft container this week, ready for transportation to Papua New Guinea for installation in the Lae School of Nursing building. This project, designed by arcitectus Brisbane, includes a range of louvre window spans...

Why School Building Designers Love Louvre Windows More Than Ever

Historically, louvre windows haven’t been very compatible with the needs of school buildings. While they most certainly deliver the required ventilation and have aesthetic appeal, conventional louvre windows have not met minimum security and safety requirements for schools in...
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