Differences of Bioclimatic Systems
Bioclimatic systems boast a solid structure entirely crafted from aluminum. This robust framework grants them a lifespan three times longer than other systems. While their initial cost may appear higher, their long-term cost-effectiveness becomes evident when considering their extended lifespan.
Ventilation and Shading in Bioclimatic Systems
One of the standout features of bioclimatic systems lies in their axially moving panels. This unique design offers users the dual benefit of simultaneous shading and ventilation, a capability other systems lack.
Furthermore, bioclimatic systems allow panels to be rolled back, creating an open-air ambiance. What truly sets the Optimal Bioclimatic product apart is its ability to provide ventilation even during rainy weather, thanks to its specially designed, patented panel structure. As these systems are typically acquired to maximize the open-air experience, these three distinctive features make a compelling case for choosing a Bioclimatic product.
Cleaning and Maintenance
Similar to any product within the bioclimatic system, regular cleaning is necessary. Considering that this product is intended for outdoor use and is exposed to elements like rain, dust, snow, and potential cigarette stains, maintenance is crucial. What distinguishes bioclimatic products from others is their construction entirely from aluminum, coated with electrostatic oven paint. This construction allows you to clean your product as easily as washing a car. Thanks to its sturdy design, you can even stand on it to catch water. If this approach isn’t preferred, you can clean the outer panels, angle them to 90 degrees, and reach the inside with the assistance of a ladder.
Lighting and System Control
Bioclimatic systems accommodate LED lighting and other lighting fixtures that align with the space’s architectural aesthetics. The robust structure supports lighting fixtures mounted on our carriers, ensuring your lighting needs are met. Even with the panels rolled back, you won’t be left in the dark at night.
Bioclimatic System control is facilitated through remote control, using a specially designed software-controlled automation box that minimizes the risk of improper use. This eliminates the need for staff training in commercial spaces, ensuring easy system operation for everyone.
The solid aluminum panels provide protection against impacts from above, a critical safety feature, especially in high-rise buildings. During the winter months, the risk of falling ice from eaves can be life-threatening. This danger extends to anything that could be thrown or fall from above. The aluminum panel structure mitigates this risk by preventing objects from falling to the ground.