A system that can be added to a fenestration system which blocks or redirects some amount of the solar radiation coming through the fenestration system. A shading system can be located on the inside or outside of a fenestration system, and it can also be added between the glass (or plastic) layers of a glazing system. The location can be specified using the Location term.
|List Options||Option Definition||Unit of Measure|
|Awning||An horizontal element of a premises that projects perpendicularly from the face of a premises, but which generally has a tilt. Awnings are generally added to a premises' basic structure and can be made of many materials such as fabric, plastic, and wood.||None|
|Blind||A shading system that can be applied to the exterior, interior or between the glazing layers of a fenestration system, composed of adjustable horizontal elements.||None|
|Curtain||A shading system generally made of some sort of mesh, woven, or felted material.||None|
|Fin||A vertical element of a premises that projects perpendicularly from the face of a premises.||None|
|Light shelf||A horizontal surface placed inside or both inside and outside a window to reflect light deeper into a space and shade light adjacent to the window||None|
|Louver||A shading system that can be applied to the exterior of a fenestration system made of fixed or adjustable horizontal or vertical elements.||None|
|Not applicable||Not applicable||None|
|Overhang||A horizontal element of a premises that projects out perpendicularly from the face of a premises.||None|
|Screen||A shading system that is generally made of some sort of mesh or woven material.||None|
|Shade||Roller shades, honeycomb shades||None|
|Solar film||A film that used to reduce solar gain that can be applied to the interior or exterior of a fenestration product.||None|
|Solar screen||A shading system that is generally made of some type of mesh or woven material, so that a significant amount of solar radiation is blocked.||None|
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