Weather all-rounder

The new Plaza Viva pergola awning is a three-part rain protection system, from which rain water is drained off and there is far less stress on the awning construction and fixings.

Many end users – commercially and domestically – don’t just want pure sun protection for their valuable outdoor space but also want to make the most of being outdoors during short rain showers without getting wet, according to Weinor, which as launched Plaza Viva, a new pergola awning.

With Plaza Viva, rain water can be drained off from a pitch of only 4º, thanks to the additional of an adjustable telescopic post. By simply using a gear handle it can be lowered to achieve the necessary pitch.

The wall bracket has floating bearings so that the construction is relieved during the downwards movement and remains stable. A compensation joint on the post in the transition to the side channel achieves the same effect. Both guarantee that the pitch of the entire awning is ideally adjusted.

There is now a new tear resistant rope for the Weinor tension system. It operates up quietly thanks to its flat design. The Plaza Viva’s wind stability up to wind force 6 is produced by a new solid side channel. Reinforcement is not necessary and it can be fitted quicker as a result. Installation is also made easier due to a service opening in the cassette.

Plaza Viva is now also available in an OptiStretch version. The fabric is guided securely in the side channel in the process. This provides even higher wind stability and more rain protection. The fabric sag is also reduced and there are no overhanging edges on the sides.

The optional LED lighting is integrated into the cassette and provides a warm white light. Plaza Viva can also be fitted with a crank operated Valance Plus.