Tensioned retractable systems are mechanical and motorized systems that use tension to provide back and forth movement of flexible materials such as fabric, pvc, zip curtains. Tension systems are generally used in awnings, shades, and curtain applications.
In the system, there is a drum that surrounds the fabric, in which the motor is connected, and the tension spring is added when necessary.
The spring mechanism is designed to tolerate the fabric winding difference if necessary.
Tensioned systems can be operated manually as well as automated by adding motors and sensors. In these systems, by means of wind, sun and rain sensors and control panels, the system can be programmed to open and close automatically under certain conditions and at certain times.