CTB integrated in Schüco Modernisation Façade ERC 5050

Schüco CTB integrated in Schüco Modernisation Façade ERC 50

The wind-resistant feature blind is ideally suited to building modernisations when combined with Schüco ERC 50. The guide tracks are specially tailored to the façade and support the harmonious façade design. Schüco CTB is not visible when the blind is raised.

The electrically operated sun shading is constructed from micro aluminium louvre blades. Optimal shading is possible and at the same time a high level of transparency provides views to the outside. The extruded aluminium louvre blades can be incorporated perfectly into the external design of the building as their outer surfaces can be anodised.

The Schüco high-performance CTB sun shading can withstand extremely high wind loads and can be installed almost irrespective of wind conditions. The sun shading has been tested up to a wind force of 30 m/s, which corresponds to a force 11 wind, i.e. a violent storm.

The total solar energy transmittance gtotal has been calculated depending on the angle of the sun. In summer, with the sun is at angle of 50º, less than 2% of the sun’s energy entered the room. This significantly reduces heat build-up in rooms and the associated energy costs.

CE marking
  • Ja
Area of application
  • External use
  • Residential projects
  • Commercial projects
  • Façades
Surface finishes
  • Anodised
Max. height
  • 4000 mm
Max. width
  • 3000 mm
Min.-max. height
  • 1000…4000 mm
Min.-max. width
  • 650…3000 mm
Operating type
  • electric
Power supply
  • 230 V/50 Hz
Installation option
  • Integrated
Min. width
  • 650 mm
Min. height
  • 1000 mm
Max. area
  • 9 m²
Power consumption
  • 100-260 VA
  • Aluminium
Profile dimensions
  • 9.3 x 9.6 mm
Wind stability
  • 30 m/s
Louvre blade angle
  • Fixed
Louvre blade type
  • Micro louvre blade
  • Sun shading
  • Protection from heat
  • Screening
Integrated thermal protection
  • Ja
Louvre blade arrangement
  • Horizontal
  • Ja
  • Ja
Timer automation system
  • Ja
  • Ja