VertiTex II – the ultimate in vertical sun protection
The VertiTex II vertical awning offers protection from the dazzling sun, prevents the patio and indoors from becoming uncomfortably hot and shelters you from prying eyes. Regardless of whether it's for the patio roof, pergola awning, window, balcony or conservatory: the VertiTex II is always perfect. Thanks to its compact design, the many versions offer versatile protection against prying eyes and the weather, it is a real all-rounder among vertical awnings. And its unobtrusive design gives a great look to any facade in any application.
At a glance
The smallest cassette with widths up to 6 metres
Reliable sun, wind and privacy protection
Modern design – round or square design
Choice of three versions
Max. width 6 m
Max. height of system 4 m
Attractive fabric patterns and more than 200 frame colours
The smallest cassette
Vertical privacy and sun protection on balconies
Textile luxury at the window
For high winds
VertiTex Zip – the wind-resistant version
VertiTex II guide rail – the universal version
VertiTex II guide rope – the light version
Safely guided, even in winds
Suitable for difficult facades and easily retrofittable
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|Max. width||6 m|
|Max. height of system||3 m|
|Max. shadeable area||15 m²|
|Cassette type 75 (86 x 75 mm)||-|
|Cassette type 92 (101 x 92 mm)||System height up to 2.5 m|
|Cassette type 112 (117 x 112 mm)||System height up to 3.0 m|
|Motor drive||serienmäßig, As standard; no crank|
|Wind resistance class according to DIN 13561||3|
|Wind force on the Beaufort scale (km/h)||6 (up to 49 km/h)|
|Max. width||6 m|
|Max. height of system||4 m with max. 3.5 m width|
|Max. shadeable area||14,4 m²|
|Cassette type 75 (86 x 75 mm)||System height up to 3 m|
|Cassette type 92 (101 x 92 mm)||System height up to 3 m from 3.01 m|
|Cassette type 112 (117 x 112 mm)||-|
|Motor drive||As standard; no crank|
|Wind resistance class according to DIN 13561||2|
|Wind force on the Beaufort scale (km/h)||5 (up to 38 km/h)|
VertiTex II: Good to know before you buy!
Benefit from the experience of our weinor retailers – up-to-date, professional and practical!
It is better not to operate the VertiTex II in frosty conditions to prevent damaging any frozen components. However, if this is necessary in practice, it is better to keep an eye on the system! So you can stop quickly if something is frozen and prevent any damage.
The VertiTex II withstands wind speeds of up to 38 km/h, the VertiTex II Zip even up to 49 km/h. Despite this, it is better to raise the vertical awning before strong winds develop. As a result, you can ensure that your VertiTex II is not damaged by strong gusts of wind. If you supplement your system with a wind sensor, it will do this job for you. If you don't have a sensor and stronger winds have already set in, then watch as you retract it and respond to any possible jamming or irregular running by stopping the system.
The awning's basic function is to protect against sunlight, glare and heat build up. It's better to retract your sun protection product when it's raining. As wet fabrics may develop more wrinkling, water marks and mildew stains. It is also possible that honeycomb patterns may appear. If your vertical awning does happen to get wet, it is best to extend it to dry out as soon as the weather has improved.
Fabrics react to external conditions. If it is dry or damp, warm or cold outside, the fabric may shrink or expand – only minimally of course. The size of the system also plays a part. These external factors may cause rippling and folds in the fabric. These folds are quite normal though and do not damage the system.
To what extent the noise is noticed is of course subjective. Unfortunately, it is not possible for the system to run completely without any running or motor noise due to the VertiTex II's moving parts. But the system is quiet as a mouse when it is extended or retracted. What can you do yourself? Cleaning the running rails or ropes regularly protects the moving parts. Please refer to your maintenance instructions and directions for use.
With an installed VertiTex II, the back is generally not visible. It has grooves so that the system can be hooked into the brackets. However, there are specific installation situations where this mounting side is visible. It is best to speak to your specialist retailer and partner about this. They will be able to advise you professionally and offer you a solution for a harmonious look.
How a VertiTex II runs may vary due to the fabrics' frictional properties. The season and age of the system also play a part. This may lead to irregularities when retracting and expanding it, for example, the system "jerking". In professional circles this is known as the stick-slip effect. This does not damage the system or restrict its function though.
Fabrics are tailored to the system size. As not every type of fabric has the same width, this may result in transverse seams. This depends entirely on which fabric you choose and the system height. The best thing to do is to contact your retailer beforehand and ask for advice on the most suitable type of fabric.
Some irregularities simply cannot be avoided due to environmental and production reasons – for example, creases, wrinkles, rippling in the seam area, honeycombing or visible fabric edges with blended yarns. But we can reassure you: you are dealing with a high-performance fabric – small blemishes do not impair its functionality. They are therefore not a reason for rejection or grounds for complaint. More information at www.weinor.com/fabric_qualities/.
Please refer to your maintenance instructions and directions for use for more information on how to operate your product properly.
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