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Batten Straight Drop in Abbey

Batten Straight Drop Awning signifiessuperiority in Australian engineering with a refined, stylish design suited to almost any style of home.

Batten Straight Drop Awning can be operated by manual rope, making any size Awning easy to project and retract.

The Awning pitch can very effortlessly be set during installation to the required angle. This offers your outdoor living area the maximum sun shading.

The side profile makes sure that any light ran will run off to the side.

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Batten Straight Drop Awning is the only awning that can be used in a sloping situation.

It is operated by rope only and rolls from the bottom up.

Timber batten inserted in a top pocket or sail track inserted in to top spline must specify to or face fix for both. Zips, flaps and sail tracks are additional.

Zips / flaps

If zips & flaps are included specify awning size including the flap and state flap size (default is 60mm and the smallest possible size).

Must specify ‘left’, ‘right’ and ‘left and right’.

Two awnings can be zipped together(Please specify if required).

Sail tracks must be specified whether fitted face or recess.

Sail track only available in silver. Zip available in black or white.

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Batten Straight Drop Awnings are a great addition to your office, restaurant, club, bar or club.

Batten Straight Drop Awning uses a timber batten at the top and is operated by rope and pulley around the bottom roller. It rolls from the bottom as it is raised.

This system gives much better fabric coverage because the fabric covers the total width of the Awning, and therefore there are much smaller gaps on the sides.

Multiple Awnings across an area can be linked with zippers making this system ideal for outdoor dining areas.

This Awning, because it uses a batten at the top can also be made with a sloping top, allowing total coverage on sloping verandahs.

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Batten Straight Drop Awning should always be rolled up in very windy conditions.

Keep the fabric clean by brushing both the top and underside with a soft brush.

Hosing occasionally on a hot day with cold water will minimise development of mildew

Awnings should not be rolled away wet. However if bad weather requires them to be rolled away wet, roll them back out as soon as possible to prevent mould build up.

Occasionally extend the Awning fully down to even out the material, particularly if the Awning is usually set in one position.

Do not allow dirt, plants or bird droppings to remain in contact with the fabric.

Do not apply detergents, cleaning fluids or insecticides.

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