Located in Auburn, NSW, Trinity Catholic College caters for students from years 7-12. The design brief for the College’s sports hall included a requirement for good ventilation, but also to address safety and security concerns.
Louvres provided an ideal solution to ventilate the large sports hall space. Located high above the ground, the louvres are motorised and automatically controlled to open and close at set times of the day to allow maximum ventilation and the removal of warm air. This is particularly useful at night when the hall is not in use as the louvres also allow cool night air in, replacing the warmer air and reducing the internal temperature of the hall for the following day. Safetyline Jalousie’s impenetrable security system means that the louvres can be left open safely 24 hours a day.
However, with a variety of ball sports played inside the hall, there were concerns over the safety of glass louvres. Because Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows are installed with an aluminium louvre bearer fitted across each blade, this ensures that the glass louvres are reinforced against high-flying balls.
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Quantity Supplied 48
Colour/Finish Powder coated – Paperbark
Louvres 6mm Clear toughened glass
Additional Info. Flashings used to conceal drives
Builder Barclay Construction
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