Here at Norton, we provide a range of shutters, including fire-rated shutters, insulated shutters and Callisto roller shutters.
But what exactly are Callisto shutters? In this post, we’ll answer this question. Read on to learn everything you need to know about Callisto shutters.
What is Callisto?
Callisto is the name of a range of roller shutters. There are lots of different shutters in this range, such as the Callisto EX37, which is made of aluminium.
Callisto shutters are well known for their strength, making them ideal as security shutters. As well as the strong materials they’re made from, they have a couple of other advantages too, which we’ll go over next.
Advantages of Callisto shutters
Callisto roller shutters are a great choice for a variety of reasons.
- Strength. Callisto shutters are very strong, giving you the best peace of mind when it comes to security
- Appearance. The shutters look and feel professional, giving your company a professional look too.
- Versatility. Callisto shutters are highly versatile can be used in many different applications, some of which we will go over in the next section.
Applications of Callisto shutters
Callisto shutters can be used to secure all kinds of places, including:
and many more!
Callisto shutters can be attached to a wall in one of three ways.
- Standard face fix. This is the most common method of fixing Callisto shutters to a wall. It involves mounting the shutter onto the face of an opening.
- Standard reveal fix. The second-most most common method of fixing Callisto shutters to a wall is to mount them between reveals. This is common in doorway and cabinet applications, where there is no face to fix to.
- Face/reveal fix. This is where there is a face fix on one side of the shutters and a reveal fix on the other.
The Callisto EX37 range
At Norton, we sell and install Callisto shutters from the EX37 range.
EX37 are different from conventional shutters because they’re made from aluminium instead of steel.
The great thing about aluminium is that it’s strong like steel but it’s cheaper. This means that the EX37 range is a bit less pricey than steel shutters, Which is good if you’re on a budget.
Another advantage of aluminium is that it can roll up into small spaces. The tightly coiling nature of the EX37 allows it to roll within boxes as small as 15 cm, which is impossible for conventional steel shutters. This means that the EX37 range is the ideal solution where space is limited.
The EX37 comes in white or brown as standard, but it can be painted with different colours on request.
Want to know more?
If you would like to learn more about Callisto shutters, then visit our webpage at https://nortonindustrialdoors.co.uk/callisto-roller-shutters/ or give us a call. A member of our friendly team will be happy to answer your questions!