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180 Degree Awning Walls
180 Degree Awning Walls
180 Degree Awning Walls
180 Degree Awning Walls
  • SKU: AWPTK1.3

180 Degree Awning Walls

$165.00
DESCRIPTION

Awning Walls for Supa-Peg made awnings are made for easy connection to the awning using either different connection methods depending on the awning style.

As we make many different styles and sizes of awnings, please pay close attention to the drawing guide to ensure you choose the correct style and size of awning you have before proceeding to choosing your wall

It is critical you select the correct one as this will determine that you get the wall that will fit your style of awning.

If you can’t find your awning type or we don’t advertise the size, style, colour or shape you like, Contact us for any custom work.

Awning walls are a great addon for your awning providing protection from the wind, rain, cold, heat and harmful UV rays, when choosing your wall type consider what is the main aim of your wall?

Is it to be used as a wind break?

protection from rain?

Shelter from the sun while still allowing air flow?

Extending your awning for more roof space?

What is the main area you will need this type of cover?

SPECIFICATIONS AND INCLUSIONS

Material types and their advantages

Polyester Canvas-

  • This material is great for being easy to handle as it is light weight and pliable, it can fold away easily taking up less space than the other materials
  • Being a lighter grade material, it is possible to make walls in larger sizes as it is easy to handle with one person
  • Great protection from the rain, sun and wind

Types of Connection and their advantages (the connections available will depend on the awning style you have)

Keddar-

  • Keddar is a rubber spline material that slides into awning sail track, this system is extremely strong and quick to setup up
  • The extra available strength by using the keddar onto the awning extrusions can easily allow walls to be pitched out as an additional roof span giving more flexibility and coverage for these walls

Zips-

  • Speed and ease of use are the biggest advantage of these
  • Slim profile and out of sight, zips are more hidden that other systems and do not add much bulk to the awning or wall when folding down

Wall styles

Straight –

  • Generally put up vertically straight and are supplied with bungy ball cords to allow to be pitched slightly out and to allow for uneven surfaces
  • Are easy to join to others walls to make more of a closed in room

Straight Angled

  • These are pitched out on more of an angle to allow for more room under the awning (great for swags and eskys)
  • This style is pegged directly to the ground and can have the pitch varied depending on awning heights

Tapered and Angled

  • These are pitched out on more of an angle to allow for more room under the awning (great for swags and eskys) but are also tapered to allow them to join to another tapered wall
  • Are able to be joined to another tapered wall to enclose the awning giving a large living area
  • This style is pegged directly to the ground and can have the pitch varied depending on awning heights

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