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Pivot Arm Awnings

Premier Shades are the local experts in Pivot Arm Awnings.

Standard Pivot Arm

  • Comes with a hood.
  • Brackets are fixed and not adjustable
  • Basic open hood.
  • Designed for brick fitting only.
  • Can be motorised, or operated with rope and reel, crank handle or internal winch.


System 2000 Pivot Arm

  • Adjustable brackets
  • flexible to suit fitting for brick, timber or cladding.
  • Open hood design.
  • Can go as wide as 4800mm.
  • Can be motorised, or operated with rope and reel, crank handle or internal winch.


Ravi Pivot Arm

  • The Ravi System is cassetted, adjustable brackets,
  • Suitable for brick, timber and cladding.
  • It has a stylish enclosed hood style and when folded up neatly stows away.
  • Can go as wide as 6000mm - great for sliding doors
  • Maximum projection is 1500mm
  • Ravi can operate by gear box with crank handle for ground floor or lower installation or motorised.
  • Not available with internal winch or rope and reel.
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Ravi Pivot Arm Awnings

Pivot Arm Diagrams

Rope and Pulley versus Crank Handle
Rope and Reel Operation

Come and see the Ravi system in our showroom today or download the Premier Shades Ravi brochure for more information.

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