The fully enclosed cassette system means the awning is protected from the weather, dust and rain when retracted, allowing for an extended life of the awning over lesser covered cassette awnings.
The Puma awning is constructed using top quality materials and features a corrosion resistant, powder coated, extruded aluminium hardware. 2 x 4mm tear resistant steel cables are sheathed in a highly flexible plastic material to protect against corrosion and damage.
Unique to the Puma awning are the end fix brackets which overcome most fitting problems.
Puma awnings with a projection up to 2 metres can withstand wind speeds of up to 48 kilometres per hour, whilst those Puma awnings with a greater projection than 2 metres can withstand fresh breezes, wind speeds of up to 37km/h.
The Puma awning can be operated both manually by winder or electronically using a switch or wireless remote control.
Puma awnings are available up to 5 metres in width and anywhere from 1.5 metres to 3 metres in projection.
The awning can be pitched between 0° and 75° allowing for optimum sun protection when in use
Wind sensors are available as an optional extra and are highly recommended. Wind sensors can detect vibrations and will auto retract the awning if the wind levels deem to be too high for the awning to withstand.
Like all our awnings, the Puma awning is CE tested and is crafted using corrosive resistant materials and coatings. The Puma is also TUV quality marked and complies with CEN standards.