ScreenLine® integral blinds are shading systems (venetian, pleated or roller blind) integrated within an insulating glass unit designed to optimise heat and light gain according to the year’s seasons and to improve the window system’s transmittance (U-value). It enables the user to reduce undesired heat gain in summertime, resulting in savings on air conditioning costs, and to increase heat gain during wintertime, thus cutting heating costs.
The roadshow dedicated to ScreenLine's window makers
On March 1, the roadshow dedicated to ScreenLine window makers (italian market) will start from Milan. The series is focused on the relationship between window frame, glass and solar shielding to improve the optical-energy performances through the correct glass+blind configuration and the identification of the most suitable sun shading solution.
The first dates are:
Participation is free upon registration, for more information please contact us
Articulated in the diverse types of glass available on the market (low-e, selective and reflective, etc.), ScreenLine® integral blinds allows the optimisation of light transmission inside the rooms during winter and summer, thus contributing to a reduction in costs for heating and cooling and, consequently, in CO2 emissions.
In order to attain the best energy performances, Pellini has introduced some significant product innovations:
Insulating glass units incorporating integral blinds means allow the use of extremely thin slats that minimise the visual impact of the blind, thus maximising the view through.
Manual, motorised…or solar control
ScreenLine integral blinds can be controlled (tilting and raising/lowering) manually or automatically, via battery-operated or hard wired motors. Moreover, ray-tracing systems allow ScreenLine to adjust the tilting degree of the slats based on the conditions detected inside and outside the building, thus optimising the management of daylighting and glare protection.
ScreenLine systems offer solutions that are suitable for façades and all types of framing systems: curtain walls, windows, doors or French windows; up-and-over, sliding or casement windows, made of wood, aluminium or PVC.
ScreenLine can be chosen for every project as proved by thousands of buildings worldwide (skyscrapers, offices, hospitals, schools, private houses, villas, etc.) where integral blinds have been applied.
ScreenLine blind systems have been patented at international level and passed even the strictest endurance tests, achieving significant certifications issued by the major independent European testing institutes.
ScreenLine integral blinds fit inside double-glazed windows and ensure total protection against dirt, dust or weather conditions, making maintenance unnecessary.
Venetian roller or pleated: the ScreenLine systems are available in different types of blind to meet any design requirement.
All the benefits of ScreenLine, each with its own peculiarities: manual and motorised blinds, operated via wall switch, remote control or BMS system, antimicrobial technology and much more
In 1992 the patent application for the first ScreenLine system was filed, a step that paved the way to a path in which we have always looked beyond our achievements.Discover the history of Screenline
Villa Lago di Garda
Motorized integral blinds for an elegant villa on Lake GardaFind out more
IRCCS Galeazzi Hospital
Nel nuovo Ospedale Galeazzi di Milano sono state installate le tende in vetrocamera ScreenLineFind out more
Politecnico di Milano
Whitin the Architecture Campus of the Politecnico di Milano some hundreds of ScreenLine motorised Venetian blinds have been installed within façadesFind out more
Emergency Hospital Entebbe
To achieve the goals of comfort and safety, ScreenLine® integrated blind systems designed and manufactured by Pellini were installed in the Emergency's Children's Surgical Hospital in Entebbe (Uganda).Find out more
Colognola ai Colli primary school
Colognola ai Colli primary school (Verona), designed by CL&AA - Claudio Lucchin & Architetti Associati, is characterized by 700 ScreenLine venetian blinds.Find out more
ScreenLine integral blind systems have been installed in Parallelo (Milano), the building designed by the Italian architect Mario Cuccinella.Find out more
ScreenLine integral blinds with P system have been installed within Hadassah Medical Center in Jersualem (Israel).Find out more
Hôpital de Montreuil
ScreenLine integral blind systems have been installed within Hôpital de Montreuil to achieve the goals of hygiene, safety and comfort.Find out more
The windows of this house in Monterosso al Mare (La Spezia, Italy) are characterized by ScreenLine venetian blinds with internal motor.Find out more
Whitin this restaurant in Oleggio (Novara, Italy) ScreenLine motorized blinds have been installed.Find out more
University of Vienna
Whitin Universität Wien (Wien, Austria) ScreenLine integral blinds have been installed.Find out more
ScreenLine integral blind systems (venetian blinds are operated by an external motor) have been installed in Snow Hill Building 1 (Birmingham, UK) facades.Find out more
Motorised and manual integral blinds for this elegant private houseFind out more
A residential luxury complex in one of the most exclusive district of Tel AvivFind out more
Wide slinding windows with venetian integral blinds controlled by ScreenLine W Smart SystemFind out more
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