STANDARD AUTOMATIC PRODUCT INFORMATION MANUAL SECTION: 13 ROLL UP AWNINGS ISSUE DATE: JANUARY 2011 ORIGINATOR: SKILTEC PAGE

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1 STANDARD AUTOMATIC REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 1 OF 156

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3 AUTOMATIC LOCK ARM 1. Measure from outside looking in. 2. Measure and order overall size. B135 BAY BRACKET 3. Drop = top of awning to bottom of awning. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 3 OF 156

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5 1. Measure window to determine exactly where awning is to be installed. 2. Installing the Headbox Installing to Architrave Bend the lug at the top of the headbox back at 90 O. Fit headbox directly to architrave with lug sitting on top of architrave. It will be necessary to drill extra holes in the mounting bracket of the headbox. Fix with 50mm x 10 gauge screws. This will ensure you screw into the stud behind the architrave. Installing to Brick / Render Install headbox 150mm (approximately) past edge of brick work. The lug at the top of the headbox can be pushed up behind quad under eave or bent over and pushed flush up with quad. PUSH UP BEHIND TIMBER QUAD BENT OVER AND PUSHED UP FLUSH RE-DRILL NEW HOLES If it is a full brick house with bricks above window, the headbox should be installed level with the top of the second brick. Fit to avoid mortar joints if possible. Attach brackets using 40mm x 6mm Alex aluminium rawl plugs or equivalent and 40mm x 10 gauge self tapping screws. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 5 OF 156

6 3. Mounting the Guide Rods To mark and drill position for guide rods use the following dimensions. ARM P H 150mm mm mm REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 6 OF 156

7 Place arms and L brackets (facing upwards) onto the guide rods. Attach guide rods using 40mm x 10 gauge screws (if brick use Alex aluminium rawl plugs). Ensure guide rods are parallel before attaching L brackets. 4. Installing the Roller Tube Assembly The spring in the roller tube has been pre-tensioned in the factory. Place the assembly into the brackets of the headbox. NOTE: For over roll the spade and pawl should be on the right. For under roll they should be on the left. Ensure pawl is on the bottom. Pulling down on the bottom rail releases the pawl. Check to ensure enough tension has been placed on the spring. To increase pull awning down about 600mm, lock pawl into place and lift out. On the pawl and spade end, roll one full turn and replace, check tension. To decrease tension do the opposite. 5. Fitting Arms to Bottom Rail Pull down awning and lock into place with pawl. Attach arms to bottom rail using 32mm x 12 gauge screws. Pull awning up and down by hand to ensure it is working correctly and smoothly. Check for telescoping or creasing of the fabric. If this occurs the headbox may not be horizontal and level (Rectify). 6. Fit the Ring Pull Attach ring pull to the centre of the bottom rail as per sketch. 7. Peel off Plastic on Headbox and Ensure Awning is clean. Clean up around site. Demonstrate to customer. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 7 OF 156

8 OPTIONS & LIMITATIONS STAINLESS STEEL OPTIONS FOR ROLL UP AWNINGS Compatible with Standard Automatic and System 2000 Automatic Awning Styles. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 8 OF 156

9 HunterDouglas TOP ROLLER AWNINGS SPRING SELECTION & PRE-TENSION TURNS TO USE: 1. Simply plot the width and drop of your awning fabric or aluminium on the chart, going up to the nearest incremental size. 2. The colour indicates which spring to use, the numeral indicates the number of pre-tension turns RUA 60 Motor Assembly 750 mm RUA 60 Motor Assembly 1200 mm RUA 60 Motor Assembly 1800 mm DO NOT EXCEED RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PRE-TENSION TURNS REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 9 OF 156

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11 FIXED GUIDE ROLLUP AwNING REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 11 OF 156

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13 GENERAL DESCRIPTION FIXED GUIDE AwNING The Fixed Guide Awning componentry consists of items common to those of the Automatic Awning e.g., spring motors, top roller tube, bottom keyway tube, headbox. The Fixed Guide Awning is guided up and down the wall by two cylindrical type sleeves attached to the moulded endcaps fitted into the end of the bottomrail. These slide on 12mm diameter guide rods fixed to the inside of the headbox at the top and long brackets projecting out from the wall at the bottom of the awning. Fixed Guide Awnings are widely used on upper storey and shop windows as in domestic applications. OPTIONS AND LIMITATIONS SIZE Maximum Width 4200mm Maximum Drop 2700mm Minimum Width 600mm Minimum Drop 600mm Maximum Area 7.2m 2 Skin Measure = Pin - 65mm REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 13 OF 156

14 FIxED GUIDE In most Fixed Guide Awnings the spring assembly is located into the right hand end of the top keyway tube allowing the skin to roll forward off the top roller. This is an over-roll situation. If and under-roll awning is required, the spring assembly should be located into the left hand end of the keyway tube, the skin will now roll backwards off the top roller. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 14 OF 156

15 MEASURING FIXED GUIDE & FAbRIC AwNINGS ARCHITRAVE WIDTH + 0 DROP AS MEASURED On Face Measuring - Width Where a window has an architrave and the walls are of a fibro/permalum construction you must measure the architrave width only. Where you have timbered walls you should measure architrave plus (+) 300mm. REVEAL WIDTH -10 FIT ONTO WINDOW FRAME OR INSTALL ANGLES AND POSTS DOWN BOTH SIDES FOR FACE FIxING OF AWNING DROP AS MEASURED Reveal Fit Measuring - Width As indicated, either fix to the window frame if you have the room without interference of the window opening or create a surface by which to face fit to ie. Angles 50 x 50 or posts 38 x 38 fixed to the side brick. FULL BRICK / BRICK VENEER On Face Measuring - Width DROP AS MEASURED WIDTH +300mm DROP AS MEASURED For full brick or brick veneer, measure opening width and add 300mm minimum to the width measured. Measuring for Drop Measure window drop or if fixing awning above a window. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 15 OF 156

16 Installing a Fixed Guide Awning is similar to that used for automatic awnings. l l l INSTALL HOOD AS PER AUTOMATIC AWNING PLACE AWNING IN HEADBOx ASSEMBLY ADJUST SPRING TENSION FIXED GUIDE - INSTALLATION l FIT GUIDE RODS Slide a guide rod down through each of the guide runners fitted to the ends of the bottomrail. Fix the top of the rods to the inside faces of the headbox ends with 20mm x 6mm diam.hex.bolts and nuts. To establish the position of the long L brackets, drop a plumb-line from the ends of the headbox. Mark and drill the fixing holes at 26mm centres in from the plumb-line and vertically to suit the awning skin drop. Slide the brackets up the guide rods and screw them firmly to the wall. Check the rods are parallel from both the front and side views. Check the awning operation ensuring the bottomrail and runners move freely up and down the guide rods. l FIT GUIDE RODS Pull the awning down by hand until the bottomrail runners touch the long brackets. Engage the pawl of the top roller into the cut-out hub. Accurately measure the centre distance between the two long L brackets. Mark the wall at this point. Place the fixed guide pulley bracket centrally over this mark and at approximately 100mm below the bottom edge of the bottomrail. Check the pulley on the front of the brackets is aligned centrally with the pull-down-ring fitted to the centre of the bottomrail. Mark and drill the fixing holes and screw the bracket firmly to the wall. NOTE: It is important the pulley bracket and pull-down-ring are central on the bottomrail, otherwise the awning will operate out-of-square causing jamming on the guide bars. l RELEASE OF PAWL REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 16 OF 156

17 SCHEMATIC LAYOUTS ON FACE - HEADBOx ASSEMBLY Minimum gap between adjoining awning skins - 90mm REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 17 OF 156

18 SCHEMATIC LAYOUTS IN RECESS - HEADBOx ASSEMBLY REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 18 OF 156

19 STANDOUT AND PULLEY brackets L BRACKET l l 150mm 300mm PULLEY BRACKET l l 150mm 300mm REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 19 OF 156

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21 SYSTEM 2000 AUTOMATIC LOCKING ARM REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 21 OF 156

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23 FAbRIC AwNINGS SYSTEM 2000 B135 BAY BKT REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 23 OF 156

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25 1. Measure window to determine exactly where awning is to be installed 2. Installing of Brackets Installing to Architrave Install brackets level with the top and flush with the outside edge. Pre-drill holes into architrave with a 3mm drill to ensure you don t split the architrave. Fix brackets using 50mm x 10 gauge screws. This will ensure you screw into the stud behind the architrave. Install to Brick / Render Install brackets minimum 50mm past edge of brick work to the inside edge of the bracket. Allow 25mm clearance from underneath of the eave (soffit) to the top edge of the bracket. If a full brick house with bricks above the window, bracket should be level at the top with the second brick. Fit brackets to avoid mortar joints. Attach brackets using 40mm x 6mm Alex aluminium rawl plugs or equivalent and 40mm x 10 gauge self tapping screws. NOTE: In some cases it may be necessary to install brick fix brackets behind your standard brackets if you feel the bricks and mortar are suspect to movement or are soft. See sketch. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 25 OF 156

26 3. Installing the Headbox Tilt the headbox slightly backwards and hang it by the slot running along the back of the backing plate. Lower the headbox into the bracket. Centralise the headbox before fixing. Drill and fix a 4.8mm x 12.5mm gutter bolt and nut or equivalent to the bottom of the headbox and bracket. 4. Mounting the Guide Rod NOTE: Guide rods should be positioned within 500mm of ends of the bottom rail and should be of equal distance. To mark and drill the vertical position of guide rods, slide the guide rod through the stirrup on the end of the self locking arms (see sketch). Align bottom of headbox with the inside face of the snap on brackets. This is the correct position for your guide rod. Mark holes, drill and attach the guide rod using 40mm x 10 gauge self tapping screws. For brick or render use 40mm x 6mm Alex aluminium rawl plugs (6.5mm masonry drill) or equivalent. Note: If requiring guide rods in 600mm each end, there must be 1800mm between them. A ratio of 3 to 1. ie REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 26 OF 156

27 Arms must be replaced onto the guide rod before the L -shaped brackets. Slide on brackets with the L facing upwards and fit the rubber caps on rods. Check rods are parallel and vertical before attaching brackets. Screw your brackets to the wall as above. 5. Installing the Roller Tube Assembly The spring in the roller tube has been pre-tensioned in the factory. Place the assembly into the brackets of the headbox. NOTE: For over roll the spade and pawl should be on the right. For under roll it should be on the left. Ensure pawl is on the bottom. Pulling down on the bottom rail releases the pawl. Check to ensure enough tension has been placed on the spring. To increase pull awning down about 600mm, lock pawl into place lift out. On the pawl and spade end, roll one full turn and replace, check tension. To decrease tension do the opposite. 6. Fitting Arms to Bottom Rail Snap the snap on bracket of the arm onto one side of the bottom rail and then the other side. NOTE: The largest side of the C shaped bracket should be on the bottom of the rail. Ensure the self locking arms are square, even and central, as this may inhibit the operation of the awning. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 27 OF 156

28 Pull awning up and down, ensuring that it is working correctly and smoothly. Check for telescoping and creasing of the fabric. If this occurs, the arms may not be in the correct position. Secure arms to bottom rail using 8 gauge x 12.5mm self tapping screws. Be careful not to over-tighten. 7. Fit the Ring Pull Attach ring pull to the centre of the bottom rail as per sketch. 8. Peel off Plastic on Headbox and Ensure Awning is Clean. Clean up around site. Demonstrate to customer. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 28 OF 156

29 SYSTEM 2000 PIVOT ARM REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 29 OF 156

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31 FAbRIC AwNINGS SYSTEM 2000 B135 BAY BKT REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 31 OF 156

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33 1. Measure window to determine exactly where awning is to be installed 2. Installing of Brackets Installing to Architrave Install brackets level with the top and flush with the outside edge. Pre-drill holes into architrave with a 3mm drill to ensure you don t split the architrave. Fix brackets using 50mm x 10 gauge screws. This will ensure you screw into the stud behind the architrave. Installing to Brick / Render Install brackets minimum 50mm past edge of brick work to the inside edge of the bracket. Allow 25mm clearance from underneath of the eave (soffit) to the top edge of the bracket. If a full brick house with bricks above the window, bracket should be level at the top with the second brick. Fit brackets to avoid mortar joints. Attach brackets using 40mm x 6mm Alex aluminium rawl plugs or equivalent and 40mm x 10 gauge self tapping screws. NOTE: In some cases it may be necessary to install brick fix brackets behind your standard brackets if you feel the bricks and mortar are suspect to movement or soft. See sketch. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 33 OF 156

34 3. Installing the Headbox Tilt the headbox slightly backwards and hang it by the slot running along the back of the backing plate. Lower the headbox into the bracket. Centralise the headbox before fixing. Drill and fix a 4.8mm x 12.5mm gutter bolt and nut or screw to the bottom of the headbox and bracket. 4. Mounting the Arms NOTE: Arms should be positioned within 500mm of ends of the bottom rail and should be of equal distance. The vertical positioning of the arms is determined by holding the arm with the inside face of the snap on bracket hard up against the underside of the headbox. Mark the position of the top hole. Drill holes and fix arms using 40mm x 10 gauge self tapping screws. For brick or render 40mm x 6mm Alex aluminium rawl plugs (6.5mm masonry drill) or equivalent. SPRING LOADED ARM POSITION NOTE: ARMS MUST BE INSTALLED POINTING DOWNWARDS. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 34 OF 156

35 5. Installing the Roller Tube For Tape - Lift the roller assembly into the brackets of the headbox. Feed tape through tape guide on the bottom lip of the headbox. Tie off around arm to temporarily secure it. For Rope - Repeat as for tape, except feed rope through rope guide. 6. External Rope Operation Fit rope guide directly below rope spool. To attach the rope cleat find a position under the rope guide at about elbow height and fix using two (2) 40mm x 10 gauge self tapping screws. Attach the rope tassel and tie off around the cleat. To operate undo rope, allow awning to roll down to desired height and re-tie rope around cleat. 7. External Tape Lock To attach the tape lock find a suitable position, eye level or higher, and attach to wall using two (2) 40mm x 10 gauge self tapping screws. Feed tape down through slot at top and attach tape tassel. To operate, hold and pull the tape close to wall, let down at desired level. Pull tape towards you, this locks awning in position. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 35 OF 156

36 8. Internal Tape Operation In most cases it will be necessary to offset the tape so that the tape will come through the wall beside or on the architrave. (If full brick then behind curtains). Pick a point around 300mm below headbox, ie. mortar joint, and mark this on your window. Internally if your windows have: a) 40mm architraves - drill beside a) 70mm architraves - drill architrave c) Rendered walls - drill in from edge 60mm minimum. Mark the position to drill your hole from inside. Drill a 6mm hole through the wall and stud. Re-drill using 13mm drill. Replace with a 13mm masonry drill (long series) and drill a hole through the mortar / brick from inside. If rendered brick work, must drill from both sides to prevent blowout of render. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 36 OF 156

37 Place the swivel tape plate and guide onto the tape ensuring that there is no twist in tape. From the inside, push your hook through the wall (old coat hanger) and hook your tape through the wall. The tape plate and guide can now be attached to the outside using 40mm x 10 gauge screws (and aluminium Alex s plugs or equivalent if brick). TAPE Next feed on the plate for lift tape lock, spigot side first, longest side to bottom. Feed lift tape lock onto tape to ensure no twist in tape then screw to wall using 40mm x 10 gauge screws. Attach tape tassel. 9. Internal Tape Winch Operation As for tape operation, however do not attach plate and tape lock on inside. Replace with another swivel tape plate and guide (see sketch). REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 37 OF 156

38 10. Fitting Internal Tape Winch Unscrew the cover of the internal tape winch and note the direction in which the tape runs off the spool. Remove the tape supplied with the winch. Thread the tape from the awning tape spool through the two swivel tape guides. Attach swivel tape guides to the internal and external walls. Lower the awning. Thread the end of the tape through the slot on the tape winch spool. Cut the tape so that only 1-2 windings will remain on the spool. Tie a secure knot in the end. Wind the excess tape on to the spool. Replace the spool in the winch ensuring that the tape winds off in the correct direction. Screw cover back on to winch. Drill four (4) holes in the wall for the winch and fit rawl plugs supplied or use the fastener appropriate for the installation. At least two of the screws should be set into an architrave or stud. All four screws must be used. If necessary add packing behind the winch if attaching to an uneven surface. Test the awning to see if it functions properly. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 38 OF 156

39 11. External Crank Drive GEAR ADAPTOR CRANK 4:1 RATIO (4 turns to 1 revolution of the roller) 12. Converting System 2000 Retro Awnings to Motorisation In this example it is assumed that you will keep the existing headbox and fabric skin and build the requirements for motorisation around these facts. Order a new 50mm extruded tube to suit the current headbox size. The factory will work out exactly what length to cut the tube. Order a 50mm idle end plug for the new tube Order 1 x Wheel (for motor) Somfy Code A Order 1 x Universal Zamack Bracket (for motor) Somfy Code Order 1 x Motor plus switching, remotes or sensors as required Order 1 x Atlas 15/17 Standard Motor: AWF Code REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 39 OF 156

40 12. Converting System 2000 Retro Awnings to Motorisation (continued) Order 1 x Atlus 15/17 Standard Motor No Override OR Order 1 x Atlus 15/17 RTS Motor & 1 x Telis 1 Remote Control Order 10mm Pin Somfy Code Things to note: If converting a rope operated System 2000 Pivot Arm it will be approximately 20mm extra of bare tube (10mm each side) exposed as the motor end is not as large as the rope spool. If converting a tape or crank operated System 2000 Pivot Arm it will be a tight fit as the cloth (skin) is made 7mm wider than if we were making a cloth (skin) for a motorised System 2000 Pivot Arm Awning. Installer and the factory report though that they have managed to fit the fabric back into the existing headbox with a motor. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 40 OF 156

41 SLIDING ARM OPTION MEASURING INSTRUCTIONS Note: Guide rails to be 300mm shorter than arms. 1. Arm size (1500mm) MAx. 2. Guide Rail size DETAILS REQUIRED u Length of rails u Length of arms u Hole positions to lock slide NOTE: DOUbLE ARM OPTION : Arms are installed beside each other. : Arms will not fit under headbox. : Arms need to be the same length. : Specify length of chain or strap required. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 41 OF 156

42 NOTES REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 42 OF 156

43 STRAIGHT DROP AwNINGS REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 43 OF 156

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45 MEASURING DETAILS The following information is required by factory: 1. Width 2. Drop 3. Control side 4. Ceiling or Face Fit 5. Inside or Outside fixing 6. If extra rope is required 7. If extra cord cleat is required 8. Colour and type of fabric 9. Type of hold downs required if not standard 10. Fixing to NOTE: Headboxes can be used on: Automatic Spring Roller Straight Drop S2000 Straight Drops Limitations - consult Price Book REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 45 OF 156

46 HOw TO ORDER CONTROLS CODE: CM CODE: IMF CODE: OMF 19 CODE: OMF-IC OPTIONAL HOLD DOwN METHODS REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 46 OF 156

47 COMPONENTS STRAP ADAPTOR BREECHING STAPLE FABRIC STRAP CLEAT BRETTA WINCH SNAP HOOK CORD GUIDE FROM SPOOL STAINLESS STEEL SADDLE SCREW EYE CELLAR LIFT SINGLE PULLEY DOUBLE PULLEY REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 47 OF 156

48 OPTIONS & LIMITATIONS STAINLESS STEEL OPTIONS FOR STRAIGHT DROP AWNINGS These components can be ordered as optional products for System 2000 Straight Drop Automatic Straight Drop and Verandah awning styles. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 48 OF 156

49 MEASURING widths VERANDAH STRAIGHT DROP - TIMBER BATTEN STANDARD REVEAL - 35mm STRAPS OVER -20mm ROLLER NOTE: ALL VERANDAH STRAIGHT DROPS ARE MEASURED AS FABRIC WIDTH MULTIPLES ON FACE AS ABOVE SYSTEM 2000 STRAIGHT DROP - UNIVERSAL BRACKETS REVEAL -10mm OVERALL PIN MULTIPLES ON FACE AS ABOVE AUTOMATIC VERANDAH BLIND - UNIVERSAL BRACKETS REVEAL -10mm OVERALL PIN NOTE: ASK FOR UNDER ROLL FABRIC MULTIPLES ON FACE AS ABOVE REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 49 OF 156

50 MEASURING DROPS S AUTOMATIC - ROBUSTA STRAIGHT DROPS Drops: Measure from fixing point to desired drop. Note: Make allowances as shown for drop deductions. VERANDAH STRAIGHT DROPS TOP BATTEN FIxING OPTIONS - NOMINATE WHICH STYLE Ceiling Fix FaCe Fix FaCe Fix with angles Top of fixing point to patio / deck / railing depending on the fixing arrangement on the bottom roller. Take off the following: DROP DEDUCTIONS OPENING DROP -50mm REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 50 OF 156

51 SLOPING HEADS (VERANDAH) CONTROLS AS VIEwED FROM OUTSIDE STRAPS OVER ROLLER NOMINATE STRAP POSITIONS AS LOOKING FROM OUTSIDE. MEASUREMENTS FROM LEFT HAND SIDE AS INDICATED. 300mm IE IE 2600mm Nominate length of straps. (Note:Measure the drop length for straps and multiply by 2). Strap length = 2 x... REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 51 OF 156

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53 VERANDAH STRAIGHT DROP REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 53 OF 156

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55 1. Measure area to determine exactly where awning is to be installed. 2. Determine whether the awning is: a) Face Fix - screwed directly to beam etc. b) Top Fix - screwed directly to underneath eave or beam c) Face Fix - using angle brackets 3. Fitting of Awning Screw directly through the timber batten using 50mm x 10 gauge screws Mark and pre-drill holes in batten. Holding awning up in position, fit the centre screw first, followed by the rest. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 55 OF 156

56 4. The rope and pulleys are fitted by the factory. Unroll your awning by allowing the rope to slide through your hands. Find a suitable position to install your cleat. In some cases it may be necessary to install two (2) cleats about 300mm apart to allow you to roll up your rope. Use 25mm x 10 gauge screws to attach your cleats. 5. Fitting fabric straps and breeching staples. With the awning in its down position place straps into the metal strap adaptors (metal D s) on the end of the roller. Hold awning still and mark the position for the breeching staples (luggage D ). Fit breeching staples with 25mm x 10 gauge screws (brick or concrete use Alex aluminium rawl plugs). STRAP ADAPTOR (METAL D ) breeching STAPLE (LUGGAGE D ) REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 56 OF 156

57 SYSTEM 2000 STRAIGHT DROP (CORD & REEL) REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 57 OF 156

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59 1. Measure area to determine exactly where awning is to be installed. 2. Determine whether the awning is: a) Installed with a headbox b) Face fit (wall) with universal mounting brackets c) Top fit (ceiling) with universal mounting brackets 3. Fixing Brackets Measure overall your roller, including pins. Add 3mm, this then becomes your measurement overall including your brackets. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 59 OF 156

60 FACE - UNIVERSAL BRACKETS You need to give the roller at the top sufficient clearance to allow fabric/skin to roll around the roller. Measure down 74mm to centre of roller to give adequate clearance (see sketch). TOP (CEILING) - UNIVERSAL BRACKETS As with face fit you need the same clearance from the wall etc. (see sketch). Use 40mm x 10 gauge screws and Alex aluminium rawl plugs or equivalent if into brick. 4. Fixing your Cleat Find a suitable position to install the cleat usually around elbow height.^ 5. Fitting fabric straps & breeching staple With the awning in its down position, place straps into the metal strap adaptors (metal D s) on the end of the roller. Hold awning still and mark the position for the breeching staples (luggage D ). Fit breeching staples with 25mm x 10 gauge screws (brick or concrete use Alex aluminium rawl plugs or equivalent). STRAP ADAPTOR (METAL D ) ^ stainless steel component options are available breeching STAPLE (LUGGAGE D ) REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 60 OF 156

61 AUTOMATIC VERANDAH blind (SPRING ROLLER) REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 61 OF 156

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63 1. Measure area to determine exactly where awning is to be installed. 2. Determine whether the awning is: a) Installed with a headbox Note: System 2000 headbox shown Can also use standard headbox. * Fit S2000 headbox bracket 25mm below eave b) Face fit (wall) with universal mounting brackets c) Top fit (ceiling) with universal mounting brackets 3. Mounting of Headbox / Brackets a) HEADBOx Face fit headbox to a beam or brick work as you would an automatic awning. Measure overall your roller, including pins. Add 3mm - this then is your measurement overall including your brackets. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 63 OF 156

64 b) FACE - UNIVERSAL BRACKETS You need to give the roller at the top sufficient clearance to allow fabric/skin to roll around the roller. Measure down 74mm to centre of roller to give adequate clearance (see sketch). c) TOP (CEILING) - UNIVERSAL BRACKETS As with face fit you need the same clearance from the wall etc. (see sketch). 4. Installing the roller tube assembly The spring in the roller tube has been pre-tensioned in the factory. Place the assembly into the headbox brackets or universal brackets. NOTE: For over roll spade and pawl should be on the right hand side. For under roll they should be on the left. Ensure the pawl is on the bottom. Pulling down on the bottom rail releases the pawl. Check to ensure enough tension has been placed on the spring. To increase, pull awning down about 600mm, lock pawl into place, lift out pawl and spade end, roll one full turn and replace, check tension. To decrease tension do the opposite. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 64 OF 156

65 5. Fitting fabric straps & breeching staples With the awning in its down position, place straps into the metal strap adaptors (metal D s) on the end of the roller. Hold awning still and mark the position for the breeching staples (luggage D ). STRAP ADAPTOR (METAL D ) Fit breeching staples with 25mm x 10 gauge screws (brick or concrete use Alex aluminium rawl plugs or equivalent).^ breeching STAPLE (LUGGAGE D ) Options Breeching Staple attached to Bottom Rail Straps over Roller Stronger option ^ stainless steel component options are available REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 65 OF 156

66 NOTES REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 66 OF 156

67 CHANNEL ROLL UP AwNINGS The Spring Loaded tube locks the awning in tension at the Stop Indents, meaning no unsightly straps and fittings Is mounted using a universal bracket in the channel, or as an option a standard automatic lockarm hood which faces inside can be fitted 60mm Roller Tube to reduce bowing and provide added strength Fabrics available are: - Canvas - Acrylic - Sunscreen Fabric is completely enclosed within the channel Control options of either Pull Down Boat Hook and Ring or Chrome Handles on bottomrail Stop indents on the side channel are 200mm apart Extruded aluminium channel. White and primrose are the stock colours. (can be powder coated in a range of colours) REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 67 OF 156

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69 CHANNEL ROLLUP AwNINGS The specifically designed channels with indents allow the awning to be pulled down and lock off at different intervals. The spring loaded roller allows the awning to be self tensioned thereby preventing the bottom rail from sliding upwards in moderate environmental conditions. FEATURES Channel RUA can be mounted using a Universal Bracket or in a Standard Automatic headbox BENEFITS Providing the flexibility to install the awnings on different levels of your home and maintain a consistent appearance. Extruded aluminium and colour coordinated channels Fabric is completely enclosed within the channel Axle is 60mm roller tube Stop indents are positioned at 200mm intervals Fabric options to suit your needs Channels are extruded from high quality aluminium and to protect it from corrosion and extreme environmental conditions, these are powder coated and colour co-ordinated to suit the exterior of any home. Eliminating light gaps on sides, provides complete protection from harmful UV and provides shade where it is required most. Provides stability to the awning, making it strong and robust protecting it from extreme environmental conditions. Provides multiple stopping positions to lock the awning. Various fabric types to choose from depending on your requirement including: Canvas for room darkening (depending of colour of the fabric) Solaire Acrylic stops 80% of light (depending of colour of the fabric) ScreenShade Sunscreen fabric light filtering whilst maintaining your outside view. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 69 OF 156

70 CHANNEL ROLLUP AwNINGS OPTIONS & LIMITATIONS Maximum Width Maximum Drop Maximum Effective Drop Minimum Width Minimum Drop 4200mm 2700mm 2550mm 600mm 600mm Maximum Square Area 6.77m 2 Stop Indents Every 200mm Light Gaps Under 10mm Pull Down Ring & Stick Bottom Rail 30mm Chrome Handle Channel Size 54mm x 50mm MEASURING WIDTHS - Reveal Operated from inside Smallest Opening size Fabric WIDTHS - On Face 50x50x3mm Angle Centre to centre minus 6mm Operated from inside Fabric Operated from inside Fitted on outside Fabric Reversed NOTE: If fitting on outside - operated inside, fabric is to be reverse rolled. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 70 OF 156

71 REVEAL DROP As measured, no deductions. MEASURING DROPS NOTE: Factory will deduct 6mm. This measurement (6mm deduction) allows for the fitment of the endcap into the bottomrail. GAPS UNDER BOTTOMRAILS Pull Down Ring And Hook Pull Down D Handle 10mm Gap 30mm Gap CORNERS Please deduct 120mm if fitting two awnings on an internal corner. 120mm Awning Two (2) Awning One (1) REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 71 OF 156

72 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS CHANNEL ROLL UP AwNINGS PREPARATION At first, prepare site for fitting Channel RUA by: Look out for open space to unpack awning hardware and fabric that is supplied by LUXAFLEX Window Fashions. Identify awnings for each respective window or post/s on a Verandah. Align channel to the post that is being fitted to. Make sure channel is straight along the post by benchmarking it with a spirit level. Drill holes in the channels using a 5mm drill. Drill a hole each 100mm from top and bottom and then 600mm apart. Repeat above steps for each channel. Screw channels to the post using 10 gauge x 38mm long self tapped flat head screws for timber post and 10 gauge x 25mm long self tapped flat head screws for metal posts. Begin with top and bottom screws and then follow through with the intermediate screws. Follow above procedure for other channel too. Once both channels are secured firmly, now fit roller tube with the fabric on it. With this, first secure bottom rail inside the channel firmly on both sides. Now, start with the idle end side. Make sure, idle end pin is locked in safely inside the Universal Bracket. Then follow through with drive end pin. Make sure both these pins are locked in position and then insert the plastic retainer that prevents jumping of the roller tube from the bracket. Finally, roll the fabric in and out to make sure it tracks well on the roller tube and guides smoothly within the channel. Ensure bottom rail is straight by benchmarking it with a spirit level. NOTE: For internal corner awnings, allow 120mm clear space for the two channels to butt at 90 angles. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 72 OF 156

73 SHOP FRONT AwNINGS AWNING SKIN BOTTOM WEIGHT STEEL TUBE ROPE CONTROL J-BAR J-BAR CLEAT REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 73 OF 156

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75 WIDTH - Measure required width, state if supporting hooks are to be Face Fix, Ceiling Fix or Offset Face Fix (see sketch). If Offset Face Fix, state amount of offset required. (Standard is 200mm). Hook cut outs will be placed to suit the width required unless otherwise stated. Locate cord pull looking from side, left or right hand. SHOP FRONT NOTE: Cords will be on the inside. DROP - Measure from the bottom of the facia to the inside bottom of the hook. (See sketch). Order this as the drop. A 300mm flap will be added. If requiring a larger flap, size must be nominated and charged for the next nearest drop. FACE FIT CEILING FIT OFFSET FACE FIT RECOVERS Width - Measure the actual fabric size and order as Fabric Measure. Drop - Measure from bottom of the facia to the inside bottom of hook. Pocket Sizes - Order a new top batten and bottom roller. Charge as standard awning. DROP Existing Hook Positions - Locate from inside and measure from the edge of the awning to the centre of the hook position. (This MUST BE ACCURATE as chafing bands have to be fitted and cut outs located for straps). MINIMUM HEAD CLEARANCE REQUIRED BY MOST COUNCILS IS 2250MM (TO UNDERSIDE OF J HOOK). REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 75 OF 156

76 SHOP FRONT AwNINGS SHADE DIMENSIONS The following table highlights important dimensions that need to be considered when designing Shop Front Awnings for buildings. 2 x J-Bar System Maximum Width Minimum Width Maximum Drop Minimum Drop Size of Timber Battens 6000mm 1200mm 1800mm 600mm 68mm x 19mm FACE FIx J HOOK TOP FIx J HOOK OFFSET J HOOK USUALLY 200MM REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 76 OF 156

77 FOLDING ARM AwNINGS REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 77 OF 156

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79 SUNRAIN 1 AwNING OPTIONAL RAIN HOOD CAN BE FITTED OVER AWNING OPTIONAL INFRARED HEATING SYSTEM CUSTOM MIDDLE STRINGERS OFFER ExTRA SUPPORT AND SUPPORTS FABRIC ENSURING WATER RUN OFF MANUAL CRANK OR MOTORISED CONTROL OPTIONS OPTIONAL VARIABLE VALANCE IN 10 ExCLUSIVE FABRICS PITCH CAN BE VARIED FROM 5 TO 45 DEGREES FRONT RAIL DESIGNED FOR WATER RUN OFF OPTIONAL WIND PROTECTION SYSTEM TO STABILISE FRONT BAR 20 ExCLUSIVE PVC 100% WATER PROOF FABRIC REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 79 OF 156

80 EXPLODED COMPONENT DIAGRAM PICTURE 1 No. Description 1 wall bracket with locking screw M8x65 2 ceiling bracket with locking screw M8x65 4 roller tube (steel, galvanized) 5 side bearing left/right 6 square bar (steel, galvanized, powder coated) 7 bevel gear 4, 4:1 or electric motor 8 gear adapter 9 roller tube end cap 10 a: tracking adjustment joint b: joint cover left/right 11 folding arm left/right 12 arm- middle joint with Flyer chain left/right 13 holder supporting stringer No. Description 14 supporting stringer 15 Marcesa stringer 16 flange nut 17 side cover for front profile left/right with screw DIN x90/5x45 18 front profile 19 safety advice 20 label / if needed electric data REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 80 OF 156

81 MEASURING INSTRUCTIONS WIDTH 1. Determine the width required to be covered with the client. Taking in light fittings and down pipes etc. 2. Determine the best method of securing mounting brackets to the area selected. The methods are as follows: a) Rafter bracket sets may be used to suspend the awning from rafters. Tiles must be pushed back for access. The rafter bracket is then bolted to the rafter so that the mounting surface sits on the eaves lining. The awning mounting bracket is then bolted through the eave lining to the rafter bracket (see sketch). b) The facia bracket should be used when the head clearance is not sufficient. Houses that are built on concrete slabs generally have this problem. A slot is made next to the roof rafter through the fascia board. This allows the bracket to slide beside the roof rafter, which is then bolted together. Note : access same as rafter bracket by sliding back tiles (see sketch). EAVE c) Alternatively, the reversed facia bracket can be used to gain even more height (see sketch). Note: this is not a standard bracket, must be ordered as a Reverse Facia Bracket. EAVE REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 81 OF 156

82 d) Flat roof reversed facing bracket may be used if you have a flat roof with a concealed guttering. Note: this is not a standard bracket, must be ordered as a Flat Roof Reversed Facia Bracket. e) If face-fixed to bricks, there must be at least seven courses above the mounting position and the mounting plate is used with the standard mounting bracket to spread the load evenly over three courses of brick (see sketch). A minimum of four bricks below the mounting plate is recommended f) The standard mounting bracket may be bolted directly to the rafter using steel backing plates. (See sketch). If unable to use the backing plates you may use a minimum of 100mm coach blots x 10mm diameter to attach the brackets to the rafters. 3. Determine control side (viewed from outside looking at awning). DROP/PROJECTION The drop given on the order form is the arm size which is either 1600mm,1750mm, 2100mm, 2600mm, 3100mm or 3600mm. NOTE: The arm size is not the projection of the awning. To calculate the projection use the Drop & Projection Chart. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 82 OF 156

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84 SUNRAIN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS When the awning is fully extended, at a pitch of at least 5 degrees, protection against water accumulation can be provided. (Performance class 2 (56 l/m² x hours) as per DIN EN 13561) Front Profile Height (for pitch 5 to 15 ) Picture 2 A = projection B = reduction in height C = reduction of the height at 5 to 15 pitch at the middle stringer α = pitch angle B = the difference between the top edge of the wall bracket and the bottom edge of the folding arm at the front rail excluding any allowances for the valance. Note: a 5º pitch is considered as standard. When using ceiling bracket add 2.5 cm to measurement B in tables Reduction In Height B In Centimetres projection A when α = mm 52cm 2500 mm 62cm 3000 mm 70cm 3500 mm 80cm 4000 mm 88cm Reduction In Height B In Centimetres NOTE: Increasing the pitch angle will lower the clearance of the front rail from the ground. when α = 7.5 when α = 10 when α = 15 60cm 68cm 83cm 72cm 82cm 102cm 82cm 93cm 118cm 95cm 110cm 138cm 106cm 123cm 157cm C: height reduction on the middle stringer at a pitch of 5º or 7.5 degrees. projection A measure C when α= 5 measure C when α= mm 9.1 cm 13.7 cm 2500 mm 10.8 cm 16.2 cm 3000 mm 13.4 cm 20.2 cm 3500 mm 15.0 cm 22.6 cm 4000 mm 19.5 cm 29.3 cm The addition of a Variable Valance will add approx 30% to the reduction in height in the above charts. i.e. the additional weight will make the front bar of the awning drop closer to the ground. For this reason Variable Valances are not recommended for awnings with projection greater than 3000mm. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 84 OF 156

85 INSTALLATION (CONTINUED) The awning gets delivered completely assembled [excluding optional hood] Follow the installation steps (1 to 4) 1. Determine the position of the brackets (see pic 3) Picture 3 IMPORTANT NOTE: When installing brackets they must be both perpendicular and string lined to ensure perfect alignment. Note: When using ceiling brackets in association with Rafter Brackets it is essential that an additional dressed timber beam [200mm x 50mm minimum] be installed under the eaves using 100mm x 12mm coach bolts [not supplied]. This will facilitate an optimum spread of the awning weight and will enable the ceiling brackets to be installed close to the arms, in their correct positions. This is necessary as the spacing of the rafters will not align with the required position of the ceiling brackets. Prior to the awning installation we recommend the rafter brackets and the dressed timber beam be installed to allow the customer to paint the timber. WARNING! all brackets supplied must be installed due to safety reasons. IMPORTANT NOTE: Awnings with Hood The hood must be installed after the wall mounting brackets have been installed and prior to the installation of the awning. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 85 OF 156

86 SUNRAIN 1 Awning The type and quantity and position of brackets changes according to the awning width and projection. The quantity and mounting position of the brackets are listed in tables below. The distance is measured from outside of the awning, including the side bearing, up to the centre of the bracket. Measurements are in cm. For awnings with Variable-Valance width of 4000mm to 5250mm with a 3000mm projection, the quantity of fixing brackets increases, the revised total quantity is listed inside brackets (.) in the chart Table 1 - Arm fixing point - For awnings with a 3000mm projection Width of the awning INSTALLATION (CONTINUED) Amount of brackets Bracket centre 1&2 Bracket centre 3&4 Bracket centre 5 Arm fixing* centre 6 Up to: nil 27 nil (4) 13 nil or (35) nil (5) 19 nil or (53) Centre (5) 32 nil or (60) Centre (5) 32 nil or (60) Centre (5) 44 nil or (72) Centre (5) 44 nil or (72) Centre Centre Centre Centre Centre Centre 99 Table 2 - Arm fixing point - For awnings with a 3500mm projection Width of the awning Amount of brackets Bracket centre 1&2 Bracket centre 3&4 Bracket centre 5 Arm fixing* centre 6 Up to: Centre Centre Centre Centre Centre Centre Centre Centre Centre Centre 99 Table 3 - Arm fixing point - For awnings with a 4000mm projection (maximum projection) Width of the awning Amount of brackets Bracket centre 1&2 Bracket centre 3&4 Bracket centre 5 Arm fixing* centre 6 Up to: Centre Centre Centre Centre Centre Centre Centre 74 *Arm-fixing: for awning sizes with in-between table dimensions, refer to next biggest width i.e. 5350mm fit as if it were 5500mm. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 86 OF 156

87 INSTALLATION (CONTINUED) 2. After determining the exact position for the brackets you can fasten the brackets on the installation surface. The brackets can be installed on walls or ceilings. Wall and ceiling brackets are 60mm wide. WARNING! The brackets must be fixed solidly to substantial surface. Hollow blocks or foam products are not suitable. Brick veneer surfaces require at least seven courses of brickwork above the bracket and four courses below. Wall Mount - (with optional hood) Ceiling Mount Proceed as follows: - Mark the fixing holes for the first bracket. - For concrete or brick work drill holes to correspond with the fixing system size and recommendations. - For wood, drill holes according to the depth of the coach bolts being used. - Screw on the bracket. - Align the bracket with a spirit level vertically. - If needed pack out the bracket. - Mount further brackets in line with the first bracket. Use a string line to ensure perfect alignment. - Use a tape measure to determine the correct spacings between brackets. For awnings with rain hood, rain hood must be installed after the brackets and before the awning. 3. Hang the awning Remove holding bands and packing material ONLY after installation! Ensure there are sufficient personnel to lift the awning into the brackets Proceed as follows: - Insert the square bar of the awning into the bracket - Insert locking screws from below and tighten them. (Allen key size 6) REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 87 OF 156

88 INSTALLATION (CONTINUED) 4. Adjust the awning pitch (only if necessary) The awnings come set at 5º. If required the pitch can be changed using the adjusting nut as Indicated (No.1) on diagram. Picture 4 Attention risk of damage! Go ahead as follows: - Remove the holding bands - Project the awning only approx. 1/3rd - Adjust the pitch (adjusting nut SW 17, pos.1) - Adjust the arms in turn by max 10º degrees WARNING! ONLY remove holding bands after awning is fully installed. Folding arms are under spring tension. The awning may open suddenly. Installing the hood (option) The hood must be installed after the wall brackets and before the awning. Picture 5 Proceed in sequence: - Connect the Hood profiles. (1 and 2) into each other. - Small profile sits on top of large profile. - Insert the head of two hexagonal bolts (M10 x25). one in each slot (3 ). - Screw the angle brackets (4) onto the wall brackets (5). - Put the hood (1 and 2) onto the additional rain hood. - Angle brackets (4). - Align the hood and tighten the nuts. - Fasten the end caps with screws (6). - Then hang the awning. NOTE: When only 2 wall brackets are supplied, an additional angle will be delivered, which can be fixed straight to the wall without the need of a wall bracket. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 88 OF 156

89 INSTALLATION (CONTINUED) Variable valance (optional) If ordered, valance gets supplied from factory fully installed. Picture 6 POS COMPONENTS 1 variable valance profile (aluminium) 2 side covers left/right 3 screw DIN 7991 M 6x16 4 screw DIN ,5x19 5 axle-bevel gear 6 roller tube end cap, square 7 roller tube 8 end cap 9 down pipe 10 bearing disc 11 roller tube end cap, round 12 fabric 13 valance In case the variable valance has to be disassembled proceed as follows: - Undo 2 screws (picture. 6, pos 3. and 4.) at the side bearing (bearing side). - Pull out the valance (picture. 6, pos. 13). Screw the side covers on again. The bearing side is the opposite of crank side. DON T remove the side cover on the crank side Installation of electric motor and automatic controls - (optional) Electrical installations may only be carried out by suitably qualified personnel. Ensure that manufacturer s instructions are followed exactly. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 89 OF 156

90 INSTALLATION (CONTINUED) Manual wind protection system (WPS) - (optional) The SUNRAIN 1 Awning is rated to maximum wind speed of 35kms per hour (EN13561) With WPS attached, this significantly increases the awning s wind resistance. See tables and explanations below. Do not leave awning unattended when WPS is in use. The wind protection system must be detached before the awning is retracted. The wind protection system is not recommended for use with any motorised options. WIND PROTECT SYSTEM WIND RATINGS WIDTH PROJECTION WIND RATING LEGEND RATING WIND SPEED (KPH) KIND OF WIND DESCRIPTION 0 <1 LULL NO AIRFLOW, SMOKE RISES VERTICALLY BREEZE SMOKE SHOWS WIND DIRECTION LIGHT BREEZE RUSHING OF LEAVES, WIND CAN BE FELT ON FACE SOFT BREEZE LEAVES AND SMALL BRANCHES ARE MOVING MEDIUM BREEZE MEDIUM BREEZE BRANCHES ARE MOVING, PAPER WILL BE LIFTED FROM FLOOR FRESH BREEZE FRESH BREEZE BIGGER BRANCHES AND TREES ARE MOVING, FOAM ON LAKE STIFF BREEZE THICK BRANCHES ARE MOVING, AUDIBLE WHISTLING OF CABLES AND CORNERS STRONG BREEZE STRONG BREEZE ROCKING TREES, RESISTANCE WHILST WALKING ROUGH WIND BRANCHES BREAK OFF TREES, SIGNIFICANT RESISTANCE WHILST WALKING WPS is recommended for awnings with 3 metre projection or greater. These figures are based off sustained wind and should only be used as guide. Awning must be mounted securely to a substantial fixing surface. All awning brackets supplied must be installed. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 90 OF 156

91 INSTALLATION (CONTINUED) Proceed as follows: - Extend awning to position where you wish to locate the WPS. - Attach WPS top insert into front rail close to arms. - Mount WPS base plate to solid surface. - Fix cover plate to base plate. - Fit WPS square tube onto WPS front rail insert - rotate to lock. - Ensure square tube middle knob is loosened. - Check bottom square tube insert is attached to tube. - Fit bottom insert into base cover plate by rotating until locked. - Adjust height of WPS by sliding inner tube to required height. - To lock off tighten the middle knob. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 91 OF 156

92 INSTALLATION (CONTINUED) Infra-red heater - (optional) This heater option only comes with RTS remote control. This heater can only be mounted to the main back fixed square brace of the awning. Disassembly Disassembly (Removal) has to happen in reverse order to assembly. Risk of injury! In order to avoid any uncontrolled movement, folding arms must be secured, with holding bands, prior to any attempt to remove. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 92 OF 156

93 CONTEMPORARY SERIES FOLDING ARM AwNINGS VENTURA, GARDA & COMO REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 93 OF 156

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95 CONTENTS VENTURA FOLDING ARM AWNING: Product & Warranty Information 99 Introduction 100 Safety, Warning & General Advice 102 Exploded View Diagram 103 Bracket Positioning & Fixing Points Installation GARDA FOLDING ARM AWNING: Product & Warranty Information 99 Introduction 100 Safety, Warning & General Advice 102 Exploded View Diagram 117 Bracket Positioning & Fixing Points Installation REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 95 OF 156

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97 COMO FOLDING ARM AWNING: Product & Warranty Information 99 Introduction 100 Safety, Warning & General Advice 102 Exploded View Diagram 131 Bracket Positioning & Fixing Points Installation REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 97 OF 156

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99 Product Information With any type of fabric, some wrinkling and/or creasing will occur. This will be mostly on the seams and outer edges of the fabric. These are particularly visible on light coloured fabric due to the optical effect of differences in the refraction of light. These irregularities are inherent in the structure of the fabric and are not considered as a fault. Fabric will not be replaced because of these perceived imperfections as they do not affect the performance, or the sun protection of the awning. CharaCterIstICs of awning fabric Creasing (Figs. 1, 2) Puckering (Figs. 3, 4, 5) Tension Induced Stretching (Fig. 6) warranty InformatIon The VENTURA, GARDA & COMO Folding Arm Awnings are covered by the LUXAFLEX 5 Year Warranty.* * Conditions apply. See for Warranty document. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 99 OF 156

100 1. IntroduCtIon To assemble the products properly, the assembly instructions must be followed. The awning fulfils the requirements of CE-conformity. [conformite europeenne] These instructions have been written for authorised personnel and require basic technical knowledge, as well as knowledge of statutory provisions. EN awning for outdoor usage wind resistance class: 2 [max wind speed 35kph] REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 100 OF 156

101 Ventura open style folding arm awning The Ventura Folding Arm Awning offers the very best in the Open Style awning market. Available with a wide range of accessories, this model can be customised to suit almost any situation. Utilising simple square bar installation, this product is easy to fit in a variety of different locations. InstallatIon The information contained within this document is specific for use by qualified technicians. To install the products properly, the instructions must be followed. Please read this entire document before proceeding. Ventura OPTIONAL ITEMS: - Variable Valance - Motorised Operation - Wind Protection System - Standard Rain Hood - Integrated Trend Hood Standard Rain Hood (optional) can be joined Ventura Trend Hood cannot be joined Wind Protection System (optional) Manual Crank Operation Variable Valance (optional) cannot be joined Motorised Operation (optional) REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 101 OF 156

102 safety & warning advice A minimum of 2 people are necessary for proper installation for widths up to 3m. The awnings weigh approximately 22kgs per metre. More personnel are required accordingly as the width increases and the installation height becomes greater. Manual Wind Protection System should not be used with any automated sun and/or wind systems. risk of Injury The folding arms are under tension. Remove holding bands only after installation. Caution - electricity - DanGer! Electrical installations may only be executed by qualified personnel. Instructions, included in accompanying documents, must be followed. Single installation steps are marked with ( ). Follow these steps sequentially. general advice: Label Tools The electrical data is shown on the label of electric operating awnings The following tools are required for installation: - Tape measure - Spirit level - Open-ended spanner SW8/ SW10/ SW17/SW19 - Phillips head screwdriver size 2 - Allen key size 5,6,10 - Screwdriver size 2 - Hammer drill - Masonry drill or Wood drill If the mounting surface is concrete or solid brick then 12mm x 75mm Dynabolts are recommended. Alternatively a Hilti chemical fix system or similar is strongly recommended for all installation involving aged, hollow or soft brick. For mounting brackets onto timber beams 12mm x 75mm coach bolts are recommended. Never retract awning with Wind Protection System attached. To ensure weather protection when optional standard hood needs to be fitted, we recommend that a silicone sealing agent be used to seal the hood to the wall surface. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 102 OF 156

103 Ventura with trend hood Component diagram Ventura Wall Bracket: Part no. description Part no. description 1 Ceiling bracket with locking screw M8x60 15 Flange nut 2 Wall bracket 16 End cap for front rail left/right screw DIN x90/5x45 4 Rain hood bracket upper part with screw DIN 912 M6x20 17 Front profile 5 Box support bracket with screw DIN 912 M8x65 18 R With rain hood: side bearing cover left/right screws: 2xDIN 916 M8x12, 1xDIN 7991 M6x40 6 Rain hood 18 L With rain hood: side bearing cover left/right screws: 2xDIN 916 M8x12, 1xDIN 7991 M6x16 7 End cap left/right 19 R With rain hood: metal bush, bearing block, 2 screws, DIN 7981 M8x25 8 Axle bevel gear 4,4:1 with end stopper or electric motor 19 L With rain hood: bearing block, flange nut, 2 screws DIN 7981 M8x25 9 Gear adaptor 20 R Standard: side bearing covers left/right screw: 2xDIN 916 M8x12, 1xDIN 7991, 6x40 10 Roller tube (steel/galvanised) 20 L Standard: side bearing covers left right screw: 2xDIN 916 M8x12, 1xDIN 7991 M6x16 11 Roller tube end cap 21 R Metal bush, flange nut, 2 screws DIN 7981 M8x25 12 Square bar (steel/galvanised) 21 L Plastic bush, 2 x flange nuts, 2 x distance bushes 2 screws DIN 7981 M6x30 13 Folding arms left/right 22 Crank 14 Arm middle joint with Flyer chain left/right 2 REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 103 OF 156

104 The awning is delivered in a completely assembled condition (except when coupled or ordered with Standard Rain Hood option or Wind Protection System). 1. determine the PosItIon of the brackets Determine the position of the brackets on the installation surface using the appropriate placement tables. danger of damage All brackets supplied must be installed due to safety reasons. Variable Valance For models with variable valance, the same bracket quantity is applicable. For additional information on bracket positioning; please see appropriate table. The distance is measured from outside of the awning, including the side bearing, up to the middle of the bracket. NOTE: The following measurements are depicted in millimetres (mm). tables are for single awnings only Table 1. fixing point for awnings with a 1500mm, 2000mm & 3000mm projection width of the awning up to 3740 amount of brackets bracket centre ½ bracket centre ¾ bracket centre 5 arm fixing* centre ** centre centre centre centre centre centre centre centre 990 Table 2. fixing point for awnings with a 3500mm projection width of the awning amount of brackets bracket centre ½ bracket centre ¾ bracket centre 5 arm fixing* centre 6 up to centre ** centre centre centre centre centre centre 990 REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 104 OF 156

105 IMPORTANT NOTE: For Table 1. & Table 2. At in-between dimensions refer to bigger width. ** different arm fixing due to minimum measurements: drive side 140mm; bearing side 80mm Wall and Ceiling bracket middle ¾ 270mm valid for: projection 150mm - width up to 1990mm projection 200mm - width up to 2490mm projection 250mm - width up to 2990mm projection 300mm - width up to 3740mm projection 350mm - width up to 3990mm For bigger width: arm fixing on drive and bearing side each 140mm. Table 3. fixing point for awnings with a 4000mm projection width of the awning amount of brackets bracket centre ½ bracket centre ¾ bracket centre 5 arm fixing* centre ** ** - ** centre centre centre centre centre centre 990 IMPORTANT NOTE: For Table 3. For in-between dimensions refer to next bigger width. ** different arm fixing due to minimum measurements: Fixing with wall bracket: drive side 160mm; bearing side 160mm bracket middle: ½ 80mm bracket centre: ¾ 280mm Fixing with ceiling bracket: drive side 180mm; bearing side 180mm bracket middle: ½ 90mm bracket centre: ¾ 290mm REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 105 OF 156

106 The awning gets delivered completely assembled [excluding an optional hood] determine the PosItIon of the brackets Picture 1. IMPORTANT NOTE: When installing brackets they must be both perpendicular and string lined to ensure perfect alignment. WARNING! ALL BRACKETS SuPPLIED MuST BE INSTALLED FOR SAFETY REASONS. IMPORTANT NOTE: Awnings with Separate Hoods The hood must be installed after the wall mounting brackets have been installed and prior to the installation of the awning. InstallatIon onto a brick Veneer surface: BRICK VENEER SURFACE REqUIRES AT LEAST SEVEN COURSES OF BRICK WORK ABOVE THE BRACKET AND FOUR COURSES OF BRICK WORK BELOW THE BRACKET. IN THE ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS, THE quantity OF BRACKETS ARE VALID ONLY FOR CON- CRETE SURFACES. LOAD BRACKETS (ARE THE BRACKETS WHICH ARE LOCATED DIRECTLY NEXT TO ARM, MAX 2) AND SUPPORT BRACKETS (ARE THE BRACKETS REDUCING SAGGING OF AWNING AT CERTAIN WIDTH). BASICALLY THE ARM FIXING IS THE SAME FOR ALL FIXING SURFACES. TYPE A (STANDARD BRACKET, WIDTH 60MM) POSITION OF THE BRACKET CENTRE ½ AS MENTIONED IN CHART. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 106 OF 156

107 After determining the exact position for the bracket you can fasten the brackets on the installation surface. The brackets can be installed on walls, ceilings or rafters. danger of damage The brackets must be fixed solidly to a substantial surface. Foam product or hollow blocks are not suitable. Proceed as follows: - Mark the fixing holes for the first bracket. - For concrete or brick work drill holes to correspond with the fixing system size and recommendations. - For wood drill holes according to the depth of the coach bolts being used. - Screw on bracket. - Align the bracket with a spirit level vertically. - Mount further brackets in line with the first bracket. Use a string to ensure perfect alignment. - Use a tape measure to determine the correct spacings between brackets. For awnings with an optional standard rain hood, the hood must be installed after the brackets and before the awning. hanging the awning With optional rain hood, risk of injury! Picture 2. Do not hold awning at the rain hood. The rain hood can get damaged and may injure. HOLD AWNING ONLY AT SQuARE BAR. Proceed as follows: (Picture 2.) - Insert awning with square bar into the brackets. - Insert locking screw (pos.1) from below and tighten it with a size 6 allen key. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 107 OF 156

108 adjust the awning PItCh (arm-inclination adjustment) The pitch (0º...90º) is adjusted as per the following: Attention. Danger of damage when adjusting! Adjust the arms in turn by only 1 cleat. Project the awning slightly. - Initial adjustment (adjust arms in increments of 10º only) (picture 3.). - Loosen nuts (pos.1) with open ended wrench (SW 19) (approx. 3 turns). - adjust arm by 1 cleat (mark on face of connector). - Tighten nuts (pos.1). - Repeat on other side. - Fine adjustment. Heighten arm position: (Allen key size 5) Picture 3. - Loosen lower screw (pos.3) according to the need for fine adjustment - Tighten upper screw (pos.2) (arm moves upwards) Lower arm position: (Allen key size 5) - Loosen upper screw (pos.2) (arms move downwards) - Tighten lower screw (pos.3) slightly - Tighten nut (pos.1) - Retract the awning InstallIng the hood (option) The hood must be installed after the wall brackets and before the awning. Picture 4. Proceed as follows: (Picture 4.) - Connect the Hood profiles. (1 and 2) into each other. - Small profile sits on top of the large profile. - Insert the head of two hexagonal bolts (M10 x 25) one in each slot (3). - Screw the angle brackets (4) onto the wall brackets (5). - Put the hood (1 and 2) onto the additional rain hood. - Angle bracket (4). - Align the hood and tighten the nuts. - Fasten the end caps with screws (6). - Then hang the awning. NOTE: When only 2 wall brackets are supplied, an additional angle will be delivered, which can be fixed straight to the wall without the need of a wall bracket. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 108 OF 156

109 CouPled awnings Proceed as follows: (Picture 5.) Picture 5. - The gap between cover (pos.3) and coupling joint part (pos.4) may not exceed 3 mm. - Connect coupling joint with hexagonal screws (SW5) (pos.1). - Tighten locking screws (SW 17) of brackets. - Remove packaging foil and holding bands. - Project awnings completely. - Loosen slightly hexagonal screws (SW5) (pos.1) of coupling joint. - Produce fabric tension by twisting the roller tube manually. - Tighten the hexagonal screws (SW5) (pos.1) of coupling joint. - Make a test run. - For fixing the position, drill with Ø 5 mm driller into the position of fixing screws (pos.2). - Screw in fixing screw (SW 5) (pos.2). adjust the awning PItCh SEE POINT 4, PICTURE.4 mounting of the fabric CoVer THE FABRIC COVER COVERS UP THE GAP BETWEEN TWO AWNINGS. FABRIC COVER GETS INSTALLED ABOVE THE AWNINGS. PROCEED AS FOLLOWS: (PICTuRE 6.) PICTuRE 6. - PROjECT COUPLED AWNING APPROX 30CM. - FABRIC COVER SHALL REMAIN UNROLLED (POS.1). - ADjUST PIN OF BARREL ARBOR (POS.2) TO THE LEFT. - INSERT INTO BOTH HOLDERS (POS.3). - PRE-TENSION BARREL ARBOR IN UNROLLING DIRECTION CORRESPONDING TO PROjECTION, APPROX 3 TO 5 TURNS (FLASH 1) AFTERWARDS CHECK TENSION - PUSH FRONT PROFILE APPROX 5CM INTO RETRACTING DIRECTION (FLASH 2). - INSERT HEM STITCHING OF FABRIC PANEL WITH WELT COMPLETELY INTO THE UPPER LANE OF THE OTHER PROFILE. (FLASH 3). - DISCHARGE FRONT PROFILE. - CENTRE FABRIC PANEL. - MAKE A TEST RUN, IF NEEDED ADjUST PRE-TENSION. - PUSH CLAMP (POS. 4) (PRE-ASSEMBLED IN FRONT PROFILE) LEFT AND RIGHT TOWARDS THE FABRIC ENDS AND CLAMP IT WITH A SCREW. - CONNECT FRONT PROFILE WITH FLANGE NUT (POS.5) (PRE-ASSEMBLED IN FRONT PROFILE). REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 109 OF 156

110 Ventura folding arm awning joiner system QM iso 9000 Ventura trend 1.5m to 3.0m ProjeCtIon 500mm Roller Support Bracket Support Bracket Ventura trend 3.5m & 4.0m ProjeCtIon 650mm Roller Support Bracket Support Bracket REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 110 OF 156

111 VarIable ValanCe (optional) If ordered, valance gets supplied from factory fully installed. Picture 7. Part no. description 1 Variable valance profile (aluminium) 2 Side covers left/right 3 Screw DIN M6x16 4 Screw DIN ,5x19 5 Axle-bevel gear 6 Roller tube end cap, square 7 Roller Tube 8 End cap 9 Down Pipe 10 Bearing disc 11 Roller tube end cap, round 12 Fabric 13 Valance In case the variable valance has to be disassembled proceed as follows: (Picture 7.) - Undo 2 screws (picture. 7, pos.3 and pos.4) at the side bearing (bearing side). - Pull out the valance (picture. 7, pos.13). Screw the side covers on again. The bearing side is the opposite of control side. DO NOT remove the side cover on the control side. InstallatIon of electric motor & automatic Controls (optional) Electrical installations may only be carried out by suitably qualified personnel. Ensure that manufacturer s instructions are followed exactly. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 111 OF 156

112 manual wind ProteCtIon system (wps) (optional) The Ventura Folding Arm Awning is rated to maximum wind speed of 35kms per hour (EN13561) With WPS attached, this significantly increases the awning s wind resistance. See tables and explanations below. Do not leave awning unattended when WPS is in use. The wind protection system must be detached before the awning is retracted. The wind protection system is not recommended for use with any motorised options. ProJeCtion WinD ProteCt SySteM WinD ratings WiDtH WinD rating legend rating wind kind of wind description speed k/ph 0 <1 LULL NO AIRFLOW, SMOKE RISES VERTICALLY BREEZE SMOKE SHOWS WIND DIRECTION LIGHT BREEZE RUSHING OF LEAVES, WIND CAN BE FELT ON FACE SOFT BREEZE LEAVES AND SMALL BRANCHES ARE MOVING MEDIUM BREEZE BRANCHES ARE MOVING, PAPER WILL BE LIFTED FROM THE FLOOR FRESH BREEZE BIGGER BRANCHES AND TREES ARE MOVING, FOAM ON LAKE STIFF BREEZE THICK BRANCHES ARE MOVING, AUDIBLE WHISTLING OF CABLES AND CORNERS STRONG BREEZE ROCKING TREES, RESISTANCE WHILST WALKING ROUGH WIND BRANCHES BREAK OFF TREES, SIGNIFICANT RESISTANCE WHILST WALKING - WPS is recommended for awnings with 3 metre projection or greater. - These figures are based on sustained wind and should only be used as a guide. - Awning must be mounted securely to a substantial fixing surface. - All awning brackets supplied must be installed. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 112 OF 156

113 InstallatIon of the wps Proceed as follows: - Extend awning to position where you wish to locate the WPS. - Attach WPS top insert into front rail close to arms. - Mount WPS base plate to solid surface. - Fix cover plate to base plate. - Fit WPS square tube onto WPS front rail insert - rotate to lock. - Ensure square tube middle knob is loosened. - Check bottom square tube insert is attached to tube. - Fit bottom insert into base cover plate by rotating until locked. - Adjust height of WPS by sliding inner tube to required height. - To lock off, tighten the middle knob. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 113 OF 156

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115 garda semi-cassette folding arm awning The Garda Semi-Cassette Folding Arm Awning is designed in a beautiful oval shape. This awning suits modern architectural design curves. Featuring a range of accessories, you can upgrade the Garda Folding Arm Awning for maximum functionality. Utilising simple square bar installation, this product is easy to fit in a variety of different locations. InstallatIon: The information contained within this document is specific for use by qualified technicians. To install the products properly, the instructions must be followed. Please read this entire document before proceeding. This awning fulfils the requirements of CE-conformity. Leiner GmbH Augsburger Straße Horgau 05 EN awning for outdoor usage wind resistance class: 2 [max wind speed 35kph] These instructions have been written for authorised personnel and require basic technical knowledge, as well as knowledge of statutory provisions. garda semi-cassette OPTIONAL ITEMS: - Small Rain Hood - Bottom Fabric Profile Cover Small Rain Hood (optional) Manual Crank Operation Motorised Operation (optional) REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 115 OF 156

116 safety & warning advice: A minimum of 2 people are necessary for proper installation for widths up to 3m. The awnings weigh approximately 22kgs per metre. More personnel are required accordingly as the width increases and the installation height becomes greater. risk of Injury The folding arms are under tension. Remove holding bands only after installation. Caution - electricity - DanGer! Electrical installations may only be executed by qualified personnel. Instructions, included in accompanying documents, must be followed. Single installation steps are marked with ( ). Follow these steps sequentially. general advice: Tools The following tools are required for installation: - Tape measure - Spirit level - Open-ended spanner SW10/ SW17/SW19 - Phillips head screwdriver size 2 - Allen key size 4,5,6 - Screwdriver size 2 - Hammer drill - Masonry drill or Wood drill If the mounting surface is concrete or solid brick then 12mm x 75mm Dynabolts are recommended. Alternatively a Hilti chemical fix system or similar is strongly recommended for all installation involving aged, hollow or soft brick. For mounting brackets onto timber beams 12mm x 75mm coach bolts are recommended. To ensure weather protection when optional small rain hood is be fitted, we recommend that a silicone sealing agent be used to seal the hood to the wall surface. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 116 OF 156

117 garda Component diagram Part no. description Part no. description 1 Wall bracket with locking screw M8x65 12 A: pitch adjustment or tip-inclination technique B: joint left/right 2 Ceiling bracket with locking screw M8x65 13 Folding arms left/right 4 Hood 14 Arm-joint with flyer chain left/right 5 Side bearing left/right 15 Bearing support 6 Roller tube end cap 18 Flange nut 7 Roller Tube (steel, galvanised) 19 Crank 8 Down holding device for semi-cassette hood profile 20 A: bottom fabric profile cover B: hood support complete C: bush support complete 9 Gear adaptor 23 Front profile (aluminium) 10 Bevel gear 4.4:1, or electric motor 24 Front profile end cap left/right 11 Square bar (steel, galvanised and powder coated) 25 Stop angle REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 117 OF 156

118 If you have ordered the awning with the optional bottom fabric profile cover it will be delivered in a completely assembled condition. If you choose to add the optional small rain hood it needs to be installed at the same time as the brackets. Follow the installation steps as follows: determine the PosItIon of the brackets Determine the position of the brackets on the installation surface using the appropriate placement tables. danger of damage All brackets supplied must be installed due to safety reasons. Considering the arm fixing points, bracket position may differ slightly from the ideal point. The distance is measured from outside of the awning, including the side bearing, up to the middle of the bracket. NOTE: The following measurements are depicted in millimetres (mm). Table 1. fixing point for Table 2. fixing point for awnings with a 1500mm awnings with a 2000mm projection projection width of the awning amount of brackets bracket centre ½ bracket centre ¾ bracket centre 5 arm fixing centre 6 up to /240-80/ centre centre centre centre centre centre centre centre centre 1000 width of the awning amount of brackets bracket centre ½ bracket centre ¾ bracket centre 5 arm fixing centre 6 up to /240-80/ centre centre centre centre centre centre centre centre 1000 REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 118 OF 156

119 Table 3. fixing point for Table 4. fixing point for awnings with a 2500mm awnings with a 3000mm projection projection width of the awning amount of brackets bracket centre ½ bracket centre ¾ bracket centre 5 arm fixing centre 6 up to /240-80/ centre centre centre centre centre centre centre centre 1000 width of the awning amount of brackets bracket centre ½ bracket centre ¾ bracket centre 5 arm fixing centre 6 up to /240-80/ centre centre centre centre centre centre centre centre 1000 Table 5. fixing point for Table 6. fixing point for awnings with a 3500mm awnings with a 4000mm projection projection width of the awning amount of brackets bracket centre ½ bracket centre ¾ bracket centre 5 arm fixing centre 6 up to / / / centre centre centre centre 1000 width of the awning amount of brackets bracket centre ½ bracket centre ¾ bracket centre 5 arm fixing centre 6 up to / /240 centre 160/ centre centre centre centre centre IMPORTANT NOTE: For Table 1.,Table 2., Table 3., Table 4., Table 5. & Table 6. For in-between dimensions refer to bigger width. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 119 OF 156

120 determine the PosItIon of the brackets and arm fixing for garda Picture 1. In the assembly instruction mentioned quantity of brackets "1. determine the position of bracket", are ONLY valid for concrete surfaces. Load brackets (brackets which are located directly next to arm, max 2) and support brackets (brackets reducing sagging of awning at certain width). Basically, the positions of the arm brackets are the same for all fixing surfaces. Installation onto a surface: TYPE A (standard bracket width, 60mm) Position of the bracket centre ½ as mentioned in chart. After determining the exact position for the bracket, you can fasten the brackets on the installation surface. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 120 OF 156

121 danger of damage The brackets must be fixed solidly to a substantial surface. Foam product or hollow blocks are not suitable. Proceed as follows: - Mark the fixing holes for the first bracket. - For concrete or brick work, drill holes to correspond with the fixing system size and recommendations. - For wood, drill holes according to the depth of the coach bolts being used. - Screw on bracket. - Align the bracket with a spirit level vertically. - If needed, pack out the bracket. - Mount further brackets in line with the first bracket. Use a string to ensure perfect alignment. - Use a tape measure to determine the correct spacings between brackets. For awnings with an optional small rain hood, the hood can be installed after the awning is fitted if there is enough room, otherwise install after the brackets and before the awning. Picture 2. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 121 OF 156

122 InstallIng the rain hood (option) THE OPTIONAL RAIN HOOD HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO KEEP WATER FROM RUNNING DOWN THE RAIL OF THE GARDA AWNING. The hood must be installed after the wall brackets and before the awning. Picture 3. Proceed as follows: (Picture 3.) - Small profile sits on top of the already fitted large profile. - Insert the head of hexagonal bolt (M10 x 25) into slot (3). - Screw the angle bracket (4) the wall brackets (5). - Put the hood (1) on. - Angle bracket (4). - Align the hood and tighten the nuts. - Then hang the awning. NOTE: When only 2 wall brackets are supplied, an additional angle will be delivered, which can be fixed straight to the wall without the need of a wall bracket. From top of wall bracket to underside of hood bracket should measure 20mm. hanging the awning Remove holding bands ONLY after installation! Proceed as follows: (Picture 4.) - hang the awning with square bar into the bracket. - Insert locking screw from below and tighten it with a size 6 allen key. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 122 OF 156

123 adjust the awning PItCh (If necessary) The pitch (0º...45º) can be adjusted if required. Attention. Danger of damage when adjusting! Project the awning approximately 1/3 during adjusting. Otherwise the joint screw can get damaged. Adjust the arms in turn a maximum of 10º each time. Adjust the pitch (picture. 3, pos.1, adjust nut SW17). Picture 4. Installing of Coupled (joined) hoods (option) Coupled awnings consist of single awnings. The awnings get coupled (joined) with connection joints. risk of Injury! Loosen holding bands only after coupling of all awnings! The folding arms are under tension. Awning projects abruptly. Proceed with single installation: determine the Position of brackets Lay awnings next to each other at mounting location. Determine the position of the brackets on the installation surface using the appropriate placement tables. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 123 OF 156

124 Coupled awnings (fix brackets onto Installation surface) Proceed as follows: - Mark the fixing holes for the first bracket. - For concrete or brick work, drill holes to correspond with the fixing system size and recommendations. - For wood, drill holes according to the depth of the coach bolts being used. - Screw on bracket. - Align the bracket with a spirit level vertically. - If needed, pack out the bracket. - Mount further brackets in line with the first bracket. Use a string to ensure perfect alignment. - Use a tape measure to determine the correct spacings between brackets. hanging the awning Proceed as follows: (Picture 5.) Picture 5. - Insert awning with square bar into the brackets; insert locking screws from below and tighten them manually. - Push awnings towards each other, (hood profiles must be touching) for positioning factory made connecting pins (picture. 5, pos.6). - Tighten locking screws. - Connect the coupling joint (picture. 5, pos.1, size 5). - Remove bands. - Project awning completely. - Loosen hexagonal screws (picture. 5, pos. 1, size 5) of coupling joints slightly. - Produce equal fabric tension by twisting the roller tubes. - Tighten hexagonal screw (picture. 5, pos. 1, size 5) of coupling joints. - Make a test run. - Drill coupling joint into position of fixing screw (picture. 5, pos. 2) - Tighten fixing screw (picture. 5, pos. 2). adjust the awning PItCh (If necessary) See page 123. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 124 OF 156

125 Installation of fabric Cover (Intermediate fabric covering the gap between the two awnings) Proceed as follows: - Remove, in hem stitching (of fabric cover) pre-assembled flange nut (picture. 6, pos.1). - Project awnings approximately 100cm. - Loosen one of pre-assembled holders (picture. 6, pos.2) by means of a wrench (size 6). - Insert fabric guide tube (picture 6, pos.3) into holder (picture 6, pos.2). - Fix holders (picture. 6, pos.2). - Insert barrel arbor (picture 6, pos.4) into holders (picture. 6, pos.2). - Pre-tension barrel arbor (picture. 6, pos.4) in unrolling direction according to projection approximately 3 to 5 turns. - Check tension of barrel arbor (picture. 6, pos.4); fix flange nut 500 (picture. 6, pos.5) into hem stitching (of fabric cover) by means of screws (picture. 6, pos.6) and small flange nut (picture. 6, pos.7). - Pull fabric cover fabric (picture. 6, pos.1) towards front rail (fabric cover is located underneath awning fabric). - Push front rail a little backwards. - Insert slit cover fabric and flange nut 500 (picture. 6, pos.5) with small flange nut (picture. 6, pos.7) completely on one side into profile lane. Insert fabric cover into second front rail, centre and screw it. Connect front profile with factory-made pre-assembled connecting pin. (picture. 6, pos.8). - Make a test run. Picture 6. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 125 OF 156

126 InstallatIon of electric motor & automatic Controls (optional) Electrical installations may only be carried out by suitably qualified personnel. Ensure that manufacturer s instructions are followed exactly. The conventional rules of technique must be preserved. Assembly must be performed according to VDE and EMV. disassembly Disassembly (Removal) has to happen in reverse order to assembly. risk of Injury! In order to avoid any uncontrolled movement, folding arms must be secured, with holding bands, prior to any attempt to remove. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 126 OF 156

127 garda semi-cassette folding arm awning joiner system QM iso 9000 garda 1.5m to 3.0m ProjeCtIon 500mm Long Roller Support Bracket Support Bracket garda 3.5m & 4.0m ProjeCtIon 495mm Roller Support Bracket Support Bracket 650mm Long Roller REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 127 OF 156

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129 Como full-cassette folding arm awning The Como Full-Cassette Folding Arm Awning is designed in a simple, non obtrusive, rounded rectangle design. This awning suits almost any home style. The Como Folding Arm Awning represents the top level of Folding Arm Awning luxury and when the awning is fully retracted, all hardware and fabric is concealed inside the casement, giving a neat, clean look. The standard installation brackets are concealed behind the awning and are not visible when looking at the awning face. InstallatIon: The information contained within this document is specific for use by qualified technicians. To install the products properly, the instructions must be followed. Please read this entire document before proceeding. This awning fulfils the requirements of CE-conformity. Leiner GmbH Augsburger Straße Horgau 05 EN awning for outdoor usage wind resistance class: 2 [max wind speed 35kph] These instructions have been written for authorised personnel and require basic technical knowledge, as well as knowledge of statutory provisions. Como full-cassette OPTIONAL ITEMS: - Small Rain Hood Small Standard Rain Hood can be joined (optional) Hood Manual Crank Operation Motorised Operation (optional) REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 129 OF 156

130 safety & warning advice: A minimum of 2 people are necessary for proper installation for widths up to 3m. The awnings weigh approximately 22kgs per metre. More personnel are required accordingly as the width increases and the installation height becomes greater. risk of Injury The folding arms are under tension. Remove holding bands only after installation. Caution - electricity - DanGer! Electrical installations may only be executed by qualified personnel Instructions. Single installation steps are marked with ( ). Follow these steps sequentially. general advice: Tools The following tools are required for installation: - Tape measure - Spirit level - Open-ended spanner SW17 - Allen key size 4,5 - Hammer drill - Masonry drill or Wood drill If the mounting surface is concrete or solid brick then 12mm x 75mm Dynabolts are recommended. Alternatively a Hilti chemical fix system or similar is strongly recommended for all installation involving aged, hollow or soft brick. For mounting brackets onto timber beams 12mm x 75mm coach bolts are recommended. If utilising rafter brackets onto timber beam fitted on the underside of the eave, 12mm x 100mm bolts are recommended. To ensure weather protection when optional small rain hood is fitted, we recommend that a silicone sealing agent be used to seal the hood to the wall surface. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 130 OF 156

131 Como full-cassette Component diagram Part no. description Part no. description 1 Ceiling bracket 15 Fabric guide bracket with flange nut 3 Bracket 300mm/200mm/120mm 16 Arm bracket with flange nut 4 Clamp part with screw DIN 7984 M8x16 A2 17 Folding arm left/right 5 Cassette Hood Profile 18 Arm-middle-joint with flyer chain 6 Boosting Profile 19 Flange nut 7 Side bearing cover left/right 20 Front rail cover left/right with screw DIN 7981 ST 3,5x25 A2 8 Bearing lock 21 Front rail profile 9 Bearing with flange nut 22 Roller tube end cap 10 Bearing support 23 Track filling profile 11 Axle-bevel gear 4,4:1 with end stopper or 24 Wall rear profile electric motor 12 Gear adaptor 25 Crank 13 Roller Tube 29 Down holding device for cassette hood profile 14 Fabric guide profile REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 131 OF 156

132 The awning is delivered in a completely assembled condition (except when ordered with optional Small Rain Hood - the Small Rain Hood needs to be installed at the same time as the brackets). determine the PosItIon of the brackets Determine the position of the brackets on the installation surface using the appropriate bracket placement table. danger of damage All brackets supplied must be installed due to safety reasons. Bracket distance may differ slightly from the ideal point (max 100mm) the distance is measured from cassette end, up to the centre of the bracket. NOTE: The following measurements are depicted in millimetres (mm). For awnings, in-between dimensions refer to bigger width. In the tables below, quantity and position of brackets are valid only for concrete surface. bracket Placement tables: Table 1. for awnings with a Table 2. for awnings with a 1500, 2000 & 2500mm 3000mm projection projection width of the awning amount of brackets 200 bracket centre ½ 120 bracket centre 3 arm fixing centre up to centre centre centre centre centre 700 width of the awning amount of brackets 200 bracket centre ½ 120 bracket centre 3 arm fixing centre up to centre centre centre centre 700 Table 3. for awnings with a Table 4. for awnings with a 3500mm projection 4000mm projection width of the awning amount of brackets 200 bracket centre ½ 120 bracket centre 3 arm fixing centre up to centre centre centre centre centre 700 width of the awning amount of brackets 300 bracket centre ½ 120 bracket centre 3 arm fixing centre up to centre centre centre centre centre centre centre 600 REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 132 OF 156

133 The awning gets delivered completely assembled [excluding an optional hood] determine the PosItIon of the brackets Picture 1. fix brackets onto InstallatIon surface: danger of damage The ceiling brackets, rafter brackets, wall brackets and spreader plates must be fixed solidly to a substantial surface. Foam product or hollow blocks are not suitable. Proceed as follows: - Mark the fixing holes for the first bracket. - For concrete or brick work, drill holes to correspond with the fixing system size and recommendations. - For wood, drill holes according to the depth of the coach bolts being used. - Screw on bracket. - Align the bracket with a spirit level vertically. - Mount further brackets in line with the first bracket. Use a string to ensure perfect alignment. - Use a tape measure to determine the correct spacings between brackets. For awnings with an optional standard rain hood, the hood can be installed after the awning is fitted if there is enough room otherwise install the hood after the brackets and before the awning. ATTENTION: BRACKETS MuST BE MOuNTED ABSOLuTELY ALIGNED! IF NOT, CASSETTE BODY MAY TWIST, TOP HOOD COVER MAY ARCH AND THEREFORE NOT CLOSE PROPERLY. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 133 OF 156

134 fixing PoInt brackets NOTE: The following measurements are depicted in millimetres (mm). HELPFUL HINT: use of spacer blocks (option) The use of a spacer block will assist with the aligning of bracket, as the hook is not on the same level as its lower bar. Proceed as follows: (Picture 2.) Picture 2. - Put spacer block (pos.1) onto profile hook of bracket (pos.2) - Put spirit level (pos.3) onto edge of spacer block - Ensure vertical alignment with the use of a spirit level. NOTE: It is imperative that all brackets for the Como Awning provide a perfectly flat surface to mount onto. They must also be all perfectly horizontal AND perpendicular. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 134 OF 156

135 If CeIlIng fixing Proceed as follows: (Picture 3.) Picture 3. - Firstly secure ceiling bracket (1) onto wall bracket (3). - Then fix combined brackets to mounting surface. - Proceed with hanging the awning as per procedure below. HELPFUL HINT: use of spacer blocks (option) The use of a spacer block will assist with the aligning of bracket, as the hook is not on the same level as its lower bar. Proceed as follows: (Picture 4.) Picture 4. - Put spacer block (pos.1) onto profile hook of bracket (pos.2) - Put spirit level (pos.3) onto edge of spacer block - Ensure vertical alignment with the use of a spirit level. NOTE: It is imperative that all brackets for the Como Awning provide a perfectly flat surface to mount onto. They must also be all perfectly horizontal AND perpendicular. hanging the awning Proceed as follows: (Picture 5.) Picture 5. - Have the clamp part (pos.3) with screws and allen key (SW5) ready! The clamp part (pos.3) must fit flush with its square outline (A) at the bracket (pos.1). - Cassette profile (pos.2) must be inserted into the upper slot of the bracket (pos.1). - lock awning immediately with the clamp part (pos.3) and screw. - make sure that clamp part (pos.3) is flush with the bracket (pos.1). REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 135 OF 156

136 InstallatIon of hold down bracket for hood (only for awnings over 4500mm) The hold down bracket ensures a firm closure of cassette, without a gap in the centre. For assembly of hold down bracket: Proceed as follows: (Picture 6.) Picture 6. - Fit hold down bracket device from the side, between wall bracket (support bracket) and cassette profile. - Clamp with pre-assembled screw against wall bracket and screw (allen key size 4) till the front edge of roof profile reaches the required position. adjust the awning PItCh (only If necessary) The awning pitch (0º...45º) is adjusted at the joint (picture 6. pos.1). Attention. Danger of damage when adjusting! Project the awning slightly (approximately 1/3). Otherwise the joint screw gets damaged. Adjust arms in turn a max of 10º each at a time. Proceed as follows: (Picture 7.) Picture 7. - Project awning approximately 1/3. - Remove cap or make adjustment at the adjustment nut (SW 17, pos.1) Repeat for other arm. - Project awning completely and check arm adjustment. Check front rail is level by using a spirit level. Do not fully close awning unless front rail is level as it may not close completely into the cassette. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 136 OF 156

137 InstallIng of CouPled (joined) awnings (option) Coupled awnings are two single awnings. The awnings get coupled with connecting joints. risk of Injury Folding arms are under spring tension. Arms may project without warning. determine the PosItIon of brackets Determine the position of the brackets on the installation surface using the appropriate placement tables. fix brackets onto assembly surface Proceed as follows: - Mark the fixing holes for the first bracket. - For concrete or brick work, drill holes to correspond with the fixing system size and recommendations. - For wood, drill holes according to the depth of the coach bolts being used. - Screw on the bracket. - Align the bracket with a spirit level vertically. - If needed, pack out the bracket. - Mount further brackets in line with the first bracket. Use a string line to ensure perfect alignment. - Use a tape measure to determine the correct spacings between brackets. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 137 OF 156

138 hanging the awning Proceed as follows: (Picture 8.) Picture 8. - Hang single cassette parts into the brackets. and lock them immediately with clamp part and screws. - Project awnings on drive side approximately 300mm. - Connect coupling joint (pos.3,4) with hexagonal screws (pos.1, size 5). - Remove holding bands on arms. - Project awning completely. - Connect cassette parts with 2 connecting pins (pos.7). Connecting pins are already factory-made pre-assembled in the corresponding profile lanes of roof profile (picture 1. pos.5) and of wall profiles. (picture 1., pos.24). - Loosen slightly the hexagonal screws (pos.1 size 5) of coupling joints. - Ensure equal fabric tension by twisting the roller tube. - Tighten hexagonal screws (pos.1, size 5) of coupling joints. - Make a test run. - Drill coupling joint with metal drill (Ø 5mm) into position of fixing screw (pos.2). - Tighten fixing screw (pos.2, size 5). adjust the awning PItCh (only If necessary) See (picture 6.) on page 136. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 138 OF 156

139 InstallatIon of gap CoVer The gap cover, covers the gap between the 2 cassettes. It runs underneath the awning fabric and above the fabric guide tube. (picture 8, pos.2) Proceed as follows: (Picture 9.) Picture 9. - Remove in hem- stitching of gap cover fabric pre-assembled clamp (pos.6). - Project awnings approximately 500mm. - Loosen one of pre-assembled holders (pos. 1) by means of a wrench (SW 5). - Insert fabric guide tube (pos.2) into holders (pos.1). - Fix holders (pos.1). - Insert barrel arbor (pos.3) into holders (pos.1). - Pre-tension barrel arbor (pos.3) in unrolling direction according to projection approximately 3 to 5 turns. - Check tension of barrel arbor (pos.3). - Fix fabric clamp (pos. 6) into hem stitching of gap cover fabric by means of screws and small flange nut (pos.7). - Pull gap cover fabric (pos.4) above fabric guide tube (pos.2) towards front rail. - Push front profile slightly backwards. - Insert gap cover fabric and fabric clamp (pos.6) with small flange nut (pos.7) completely on one side into profile channel. - Insert, centre and screw small flange nut (pos.6) into second front rail (pos.5). - Connect front rail with flange nut (pos.8) into lower gap of profile. - Complete a test run. NOTE: Flange nut (pos.8) is located in the front profile (pos.5) when delivered. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 139 OF 156

140 Como full-cassette folding arm awning joiner system QM iso 9000 Como full-cassette ProjeCtIon 1.5m to 3.0m 495mm Roller 500mm Long Roller Como full-cassette ProjeCtIon 3.5m & 4.0m 645mm Roller 650mm Long Roller REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 140 OF 156

141 InstallatIon of motor and automatic Controls (optional) Motorised awnings are delivered with the motor already installed. Electrical installations can only be completed by qualified tradesmen. Any other options are delivered separately and also must be installed only by a qualified electrical trades person. REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 141 OF 156

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149 AUTOMATIC AwNING COMPONENTRY No. Part No. Description RUA 60 Spring Assy TSR 750mm RUA 60 Spring Assy TSR 1200mm RUA 60 Spring Assy TSR 1800mm RUA Guide Rod End Cap RUA Pull Down Hook RUA Pull Down Stick Cap RUA Pull Donw Stick/Hook Assy 1.5M RUA Pull Down Stick 5M RUA Universal Mounting Bracket - GP xxx RUA 60 Keyway Tube RUA 60 Idle End Cap Assy - TSR RUA Adjustable Headbox Bracket - GP RUA Adjust Guide Stand Out Bkt - GP RUA 3.5mm Hard Spline for Canvas RUA Guide Rod L Bracket - GP RUA Guide Rod L Bracket S/S RUA Auto Guide Rod 900mm - GP RUA 900mm S/S Guide Rod RUA Auto Guide Rod 1200mm - GP RUA Auto Guide Rod 1200mm - GP RUA 1200mm S/S Guide Rod No. Part No. Description RUA Auto Guide Rod 1800mm - GP RUA 1800mm S/S Guide Rod RUA Auto Guide Rod 2100mm - GP RUA 2100 S/S Guide Rod RUA Auto Guide Rod 2400mm - GP RUA Auto Guide Rod 2700mm - GP RUA Auto Arm 120mm - GP RUA Auto Arm 300mm - GP RUA Auto Arm 450mm - GP RUA Auto Arm 600mm - GP RUA Auto Arm 900mm - GP 27 Alody - SA RUA Aluminium Skin xxx or RUA Awning Skin Fabric xxx xxx RUA Headbox End A Over Roll RUA Headbox Support Bracket - GP RUA 60 Plastic V-Spline RUA Bottom Rail End Plug 5 Side RUA Pull Down Ring 5 Side xxx RUA Headbox A Over Roll xxx RUA Keyway Bottom Rail 5 Side REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 149 OF 156

150 SYSTEM 2000 PIVOT ARM AwNING TAPE & ROPE OPERATION No. Part No. Description xxx System 2000 Headbox Top & Back Panel System 2000 Rope Spool Universal Mounting Bracket - GP Tape Guide System 2000 Wall Mounting Bkt V2- GP System 2000 Brick Fix Bracket - GP Plate for Lift Tape Lock Lift Tape Lock Adjustable Headbox Bracket - GP xxx System 2000 Headbox Endcap LH & RHS System 2000 Tape Spool Tape Guide (same part as No 5) System 2000 Tape Tassel Swivel Tape Guide Plate for Lift Tape Lock (same part as No 8) Lift tape Lock (same part as No 9) Swivel Tape Plate Cord Cleat System 2000 Tape Tassel (same part as No 15) System 2000 Rope Tassel mm Idler End Plug Assembly TSR xxx or Awning Skin xxx Acrylic/Canvas 26 Alody - SA RUA Aluminium Skin xxx Keyway Bottom Rail 5 Sided System 2000 Bottom Rail End Cap System 2000 Bottom Rail Snap-On Bracket System 2000 Aluminium Arm Tube Pivot Arm Hold Set Lift Tape xxx 60mm Keyway Tube 6.5M No. Part No. Description 34 Purchased Rope System 2000 Tape Guide Bracket - GP System 2000 Logo Badge Spring Set System 2000 Tape Winch Handle Swivel Tape Guide Swivel Tape Plate System 2000 Tape Winch RBA Sliding Rail Set Sliding Wall Guide REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 150 OF 156

151 SYSTEM 2000 PIVOT ARM AwNING GEAR OPERATION No. Part No. Description Gear 4: Adjustable Headbox Bracket - GP System 2000 Brick Fix Bracket - GP System 2000 Wall Mounting Bracket - GP xxx System 2000 Headbox Endcaps LH & RHS Crank 1.8m Gear Adaptor and Circlip Pivot Arm Hold Set System 2000 Bottom Rail End Cap System 2000 Aluminium Arm Tube System 2000 Bottom Rail Snap-On Bracket No. Part No. Description xxx Keyway Bottom Rail 5 Sided 21 Alody - SA RUA Aluminium Skin xxx or Awning Skin xxx Acrylic/Canvas mm Idler End Plug Assembly TSR xxx System 2000 Headbox Top & Back Panel xxx 60mm Keyway Tube System 2000 Gear Tube Bushing System 2000 Logo Badge Spring Set RBA Sliding Rail Set Sliding Wall Guide Pivot Arm Hold Set REPLACES ISSUE DATE: DECEMBER 2007 APPROVED BY: E. MITCHELL 151 OF 156

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