Made to measure solar protection systems from markilux come with a range of optional add-ons to customize each individual solar shading solution. The production of both awning and fabric under one roof is a hallmark of markilux design.
The markliux 720 with a square cassette and 820 with a round cassette are an ideal exterior source of shade. Depending on the chosen fabric the view remains undisturbed – but protection from sun and prying eyes are both provided. Both models can be mounted directly on the wall – with angled guide tracks.
Intelligent Climate Control
For both home comfort and the environment, markilux window and winter garden awnings temper, cool, keep heat and protect. They create an ideal climate – with a minimum of effort and without compromising aesthetics.
Options and Accessories
markilux offers operating technologies that are easy to use, optional lighting features, and additional accessories such as heaters.
Choices include: manual, motor, or remote control awnings. Optionally, sensors for sun, wind, and rain provide weather-dependent control of an electric markilux awning and the option for automation means that they can be operated from a different location via smartphone or tablet
Frame colors are chosen to complement and enhance the fabrics and come in a range of standard offerings or any RAL color required. Awning fabrics are offered in a huge range of options all designed and made by markilux
An integrated LED lighting for awnings creates a pleasant and atmospheric ambiance; options include an LED line built into the cassette, guide tracks or folding arms or discreet LED spotlights under the cassette, in the front profile or attached to the light bar. A separate LED-Spotline can be fitted almost anywhere
Electric awning heating with markilux radiant heaters provides energy-efficient warmth. The heater is mounted directly on the awning frame in strategically advantageous locations. Alternatively, a stand-alone 1.400 Watt infrared heater can be used.
Shadeplus is an awning inside an awning to give additional cover by descending vertically downwards from the front profile. Coupled awnings can also be used to cover more area by connecting two or three synchronized awnings.