Louvers are a type of window or architectural feature that consists of a series of slats or blades angled to allow airflow while blocking direct sunlight, rain, or visibility. Louvers are primarily used for ventilation and airflow control. They allow air to pass through while blocking elements such as rain, direct sunlight, or excessive wind. Louvers can be found in windows, doors, walls, or as standalone structures.

Our Louvers typically consist of a series of parallel slats or blades set at an angle to create a fixed or adjustable opening. The angle of the slats can be adjusted to control the amount of airflow or to direct it in a specific direction.

Louvers are designed to facilitate natural ventilation. By allowing air to pass through, they can help circulate fresh air, remove stale air, and control humidity levels in a space. Louvers are commonly used in areas that require airflow, such as bathrooms, kitchens, mechanical rooms, or building facades.

Louvers can also serve as sun control devices. The angled slats block direct sunlight from entering a space while still allowing diffused light to pass through. This helps to reduce solar heat gain, minimize glare, and maintain a comfortable indoor environment.

Louvers can provide privacy by obstructing the view from the outside while allowing limited visibility from the inside. They can be used in applications where both ventilation and privacy are desired, such as in commercial buildings or residential properties.