Opening system in which the mesh is wrapped around a tube commonly called shaft.
Plastic clips inserted in the mesh side strips at predetermined distances. They hold the mesh inside the side rails, even in case of strong wind.
Extruded aluminium container that houses the shaft, the mesh and the handling mechanism. On vertical models is located at the top of the flyscreen, while on lateral models is located sideways.
Aluminium profile attached to the mesh that makes the flyscreen easy to grip or lock in position (wholly or partly). Commonly used to open and close the flyscreen.
Bolt with modular extension
Extendable plastic item for lateral double door flyscreens that allows locking and unlocking the handle bar of the semi-fixed leaf without having to kneel or to reach for the top part.
Magnetic lock system
Handle bar closing system through a special magnetic profile inserted in the front.
The mesh is handled using a plastic chain that comes out from a special opening located on one or on both sides of the box.
System that keeps the mesh tensioned thanks to the spring installed inside the shaft. The spring is pre-tensioned and the actual load applies when opening the flyscreen.
Accessory for built-in flyscreens, that connects the side rail to the counter-frame or door frame. On some models it can be adjustable.
Plastic fitting, usually placed at the ends of the box to rectify any out-of-squares of the frame opening.
It is the outer edge of the mesh. The mesh in correspondence to the side rails is reinforced with a 1 cm strip that serves as base for the anti-wind pins. The mesh on the handle bar side is reinforced with a 2 cm strip that holds the handle bar.
It's a special safety device, manufactured by us, that allows slow and gradual retraction of the flyscreen, preventing any dangerous impacts in case you loosen the grip of the handle bar. We always recommend this device, especially for spring operated vertical systems; the hydraulic brake is mandatory for systems over 2 metres high.
Aluminium profile that holds the mesh, keeping it taut
Anti-wind side rail (Bettio patent)
A special profile equipped with a harder and longer brush. The brush rotates at the wind push and slips into the mesh holes.
Special retractable mechanism that replaces the ground rail and delimits the mesh at the bottom of the flyscreen. Installed on all Scenica® patented products.
Adjustable side rail
A rail that slides into another profile, rectifying any irregularities of the frame opening.
Horizontal sliding flyscreen. Usually found on door flyscreens.
Finished size: the net size of the finished product.
Recess measurement: inner net distance between the sides of the opening (door or window opening)
Built-in measurement: net distance between the inner sides of the frame.
Roller flyscreens with electric motor and remote controls.
Cord equipped with handle that allows using the vertical flyscreens handle bar when closed.
The plastic end of the box that covers the internal mechanism and is sometimes used as anchoring point for wall mount installations.
(Also called "Closing profile"): extruded aluminium profile for lateral flyscreens that houses the handle bar and is located on the opposite side from the box, allowing perfect closing of the flyscreen.
Control system installed on Motoscenica® motorised lateral flyscreens. Just press the handle bar to open the flyscreen and then it will close automatically.
Protective screen, usually made of fibreglass mesh with pvc coating. Some models also include stainless steel or aluminium meshes.
Plastic fitting located on the sides of the handle bar allowing it to slide along the side rails and, on some models, facilitating its connection.
Clic-Clak® system (Bettio patent)
Automatic system for vertical flyscreens that makes them easy to open/close by lightly pressing the handle bar or pulling the cord.
Extruded plastic brush with bristles that cover any cracks.
Fixed panel or fixed door structure that houses a pre-tensioned mesh.
Vertical roller flyscreens with blackout or shading fabrics that can be installed directly on the surface of the frame. There are two types of installation: frontal installation (installed behind the leaf) and behind the glass installation.
Blind that allows a certain amount of sunlight to enter the room, expressed as a percentage.
Blind that filters all or almost all the sunlight.
Vertical sliding flyscreen. Usually found on window flyscreens.
Nylon fitting located at the bottom of the side rail for shoe connection that keeps the flyscreen closed.