The screen fabric allows you to regulate the amount of light that passes through the fabric and allows you to preserve the view depending on the degree of aperture.
There are several degrees of aperture:
· 1% opening
Minimum transparency and low visibility to the outside.
· 3% opening
Transparency medium and low visibility to the outside.
· Opening 5%
Medium transparency and good visibility to the outside.
With screen fabric, the less light there is on the outside, the more visibility there is on the inside, depending on the degree of openness you choose.
This means that during the day you will not be seen from the outside, but during the evening and night there is a certain degree of visibility to the inside.
· Opening 1%: Low visibility to the interior.
· 3% opening: Low visibility to the interior.
· 5% opening: Good visibility for the interior.
· Opening 10%: Great visibility to the interior.
We do not recommend panels that are less than 40 cm wide. It is as much for an aesthetic reason as for a functional reason.
We do not recommend panels wider than 70 cm. Panels larger than this size are very large and heavy, and may look more like doors than panels.
You should bear in mind that the fixed panel will always be at the front of your track. That is to say: if you choose, for example, a Japanese panel with 3 panels opening to the right, the fixed panel will be the one on the right and this will be the one at the front, so that the others will accumulate behind the fixed panel.
They must be 1 cm or 2 cm above the ground.
possible to adjust the distance in the installation.
In this video we will show you how to cut a gutter from your Japanese panels.