Clear Sight Solutions: Transparent Vision Panels for Roller Shutter Doors

Roller shutters are ideal for shops, warehouses and commercial premises because they allow deliveries to be made safely while keeping the building secure. They also stop passers-by from seeing into the premises after hours so that employees can still work on products, rearrange window displays or simply move items around in privacy.

However, one drawback to traditional roller shutter doors is that they are opaque and therefore don’t allow much light into a premises. This can affect the working conditions of staff and can be particularly problematic if the premises is located in an area with little natural light, such as an office or industrial building. The good news is that you can address this issue by installing transparent vision panels for your roller shutters. This article will explore what these are, and why they can make a big difference to your business.

Transparent PC Rolling Shutter for Commercial Shop

These are a great option for those who want the transparency transparent vision panels for roller shutter doors of glass but require the strength and security of a shutter. The shutter is constructed from interlocking clear polycarbonate slats that are linked together with Aluminium rod. The shutter is motorised and has a remote control, which can be operated from a distance. This type of roller shutter is popular with jewellers and shops that need to keep their products on display but want to ensure they are protected from theft.

A clear PVC roller shutter can also be a great choice for a shop or office that wants to let in a lot of natural light, as well as adding a sense of style to the building. This type of shutter is available in a range of colours and can be customised to suit the look of any retail or commercial property. It is also resistant to rain, UV rays and dust.

The transparent panels can be fitted to most types of shutter, and are available in either flat or convex laths. This is because the width of the opening may sometimes dictate whether the slats need to be flat or convex, or because of personal preference to the aesthetics of the shutter. They are also available in a variety of fillings to allow for varying levels of visibility, from perforated (with many small holes) to punched sections that are commonly in a brick formation although they can be customised to any pattern.

Full vision shutters have a modern, industrial appearance and can be filled with any kind of material that you wish, including safety glass, acrylic, polycarbonate or even sandwich panels. They are usually fitted to a frame that is then clamped to the inside of the shutter head plate. They can be supplied in anodised aluminium, mill finish or powder coated any RAL colour. They are also available in a frosted and ventilated variant for additional privacy and air flow. For maximum security, a solid lath version can be incorporated into the system for those that require a high level of protection.