Smithfield RSL recently introduced an outdoor gaming area to the Club’s facilities. Critical to the design of the new area was to create a space that complied with relevant smoking laws.
With plenty of experience working in the club industry the builder, Merlot Constructions, was very familiar with the benefits of utilising louvre windows. They clearly provide the best option to achieve the required ventilation for smoking and gaming areas.
In deciding which louvre windows to install, the automation features and ability to integrate with the Club’s Building Management System (BMS) was essential. One of the Safetyline Jalousie louvre window features that appealed to the builder was the streamlined design of the automation functionality. Alternative options in a similar price bracket require unsightly and bulky motors to be retrofitted.
An additional influencing factor was the security delivered by Safetyline Jalousie. The metal bar along the top of each louvre blade delivers superior security, removing the likelihood of breakage.
The builder was also impressed with the sturdiness of the manual hardened steel operating mechanisms (others on the market are plastic).
A final feature that influenced the decision to use Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows was the additional width gained for each window bank. With spans of 1350mm (maximum span available is 1400mm), the design and outlook for the Club patrons was significantly enhanced by the reduction of vertical mullions required for narrower window options.
Quantity Supplied 70 with 26 blades each
Colour/Finish Bronze anodised
Louvres 6mm clear toughened glass
Builder Merlot Constructions