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Versatilis – JF20058

Versatilis - JF20058

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Versatilis JF20058 for sunshades and pergolas
Board weigh Kg/m 2.81 [lb/ft 1.89]

Metal reinforcement

Custom lengths
WPC Laboratory


For any building and design need, please download our product sheets, installation and fastening instructions, 3D CAD blocks and maintenance guide.
Versatilis JF20058 data sheet
Installation instructions
Colors and finishes

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      Maintenance guide
      Technical area


      Shading and brise soleil systems


      We answer your questions

      WPC sunshades are shading systems. When they are applied to windows or entire facades, they shield the building from the sun’s rays. In this way, they moderate the temperatures within the structure and they improve the energy efficiency of the building.

      Sunshades should be applied to the walls most exposed to the sun and UV rays.

      Thanks to the protective action of PVC, the use of certified pigments, and brushed or striped matte finishes, the color degradation of UV-exposed boards is minimal upon initial exposure, after which it stabilizes. Specifically, there are no significant changes in shade after 5 years.

      Versatilis WPC sunshades require minimal maintenance. After the first application, cleaning with high-pressure water under 80 bar is sufficient. The aesthetic performance doesn’t fade over time. In any case, a brief maintenance and handling manual for the slats is available in the Technical Area.

      WPC is self-extinguishing, fire and weather resistant. The wood-polymer compound does not need protective coating, does not crack or splinter, is woodworm and mildew resistant, and comes in custom lengths.

      Wood Plastic Composite is 100 percent recyclable. It’s made from wood powders which, in the case of Woodn Greenwood products, are FCP®-certified. All waste material is transformed by us into new raw material, which we reuse to produce new boards. In this way, we combat global deforestation. The extrusion process utilizes cooling water with a recirculation system. For more in-depth information, we recommend visiting the Green Vision page of this website.