WAREMA light guidance systems are made to measure. That means you get the right solution for your rooms.
Developed and manufactured in Germany - so that you can enjoy the highest quality of materials and perfect functionality.
Since we have implemented widely differing projects around the world, we know what matters - and will offer you individual advice to suit your spatial requirements.
Clever solutions from WAREMA save energy and as a result costs - for example by using the daylight.
The WAREMA double blind is particularly comfortable and versatile. The blind
features two independently controllable sections. For example, the slats can remain closed at the top while the lower section is opened to permit a view out. This means that ideal light conditions can be set for every working and lighting situation.
Daylight transport elements and double blinds can be used with both daylight guiding venetian blinds and external venetian blind facade systems.
Glare-free illumination of workstations and protection against prying eyes - vertical louvre blinds with daylight utilisation make it possible.
These special slats for the daylight guiding venetian blinds are perforated on the room side. The blind therefore appears transparent when closed.
This avoids glare without blocking the view to the outside.
Together with the Fraunhoferinstitut, WAREMA has developed the Genius slat.
For this special slat the benefits of our classic slats have been further optimised:
Heat protection: The new slat profile ensures high reflection of the sunlight, even when the slat is opened wide. The matt white finish on the upper slat surface was developed especially for these slats and likewise achieves very high reflectance.
Daylight utilisation and view out: The slats can be kept at a large opening angle over long periods of the day.
Glare control: The underside of the slats is coated with a low-glare light grey finish that directs incident sunlight into the room with a neutral tone.
Daylight guiding venetian blinds Genius can be installed so they are freely suspended, with rail guidances or with cable guidances.
On 01.01. In 1997 the EU guideline 90/270/EWG came into force.
Here the minimum requirements for health and safety in the workplace at computer monitors is regulated - including for sun shading and glare control systems:
Computer workstations must be set up in such a way that luminous or illuminated surfaces do not cause glare and that reflections on the computer screen are prevented as far as possible. In addition, ambient lighting should be as uniform as possible, should not be too bright, and should rely as little as possible on artificial lighting.