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Glass Windbreaks

Cosier spaces for your clients or your home

Offer nice views to your clients while you protect them from wind, sand, thefts, etc. With Vivosol glass windbreaker you can adapt the windbreaker height for a major comfort of your clients since the top glass panel moves vertically.

Glass windbreaker provides a cosy area for your clients, without isolating them from what’s happening outside. They are made in aluminum and the standard design includes laminated safety glass.

Vivosol Glass Windbreak Advantages

  • The installation of the glass windbreaker will protect your terrace from the wind, sand and dirt.
  • The windbreakers provide a cosier space for your clients without giving up to the views.
  • You can add your business logo in the windbreaker bottom glass. This way you will project your company image while you offer protection to your clients.
  • The top glass panel is adjustable to adapt to your clients needs. You can also lock the system.
  • Customize your system colors and finishing to match your terrace decoration.

Vivosol Glass Windbreak Features

  • Laminated 6 mm glass.
  • 2200 mm maximum width per section.
  • Five standard heights:
    800/1300 mm (lowest/ highest position)
    900/1500 mm
    1000/1700 mm
    1100/1900 mm
    1200/2100 mm (maximum width 2000 mm)
  • 90 mm thick.
  • The bottom fixed part is available in different options: translucent, colored or with your logo. It can also be provided in other finishing as aluminum, wood design or any RAL lacquered color.
  • Standard colors are: silver anodized and lacquered black.
  • Different kinds of supports to install the windbreaker.
  • Different corner connectors and wall fixations.
  • All the corner connectors and supports are made of steel treated against salt corrosion.
  • Optional blocks in different heights.
  • Lock with key at the lowest and highest position.

Contact us for your Free Glass Windbreaks quotation

Glass Windbreaks. Supplied and installed, Marbella, Estepona to Sotogrande and beyond…