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N2000 Recessed System

The specialist Awning for niche installations.

The unique flat front fail on the N2000 makes it the perfect solution when the installation is to be completely hidden.


The Weinor Niche N2000 Awning is a very clever system that was designed by Eric Marsh of Nickells Sunblinds over twenty years ago and is now offered by Weinor as standard. As an aesthetic design requirement to finish the front profile of a retractable shop blind flush with the shopfront and fascia sign, this Awning has been designed to be integrated within a recessed timber box that is pre-constructed as a structural part of the shopfront. Generally, the Shopfitting Company, at the time of installing a new shopfront, will construct this timber box to specific and critical dimensions as provided by our technical setting-out details, ensuring that it has adequate strength for the purpose and is accurate to our detail. Following completion of the blind box, we will assemble the Niche Awning to the specific dimensions and install it on site securely into the box.


The N2000 Awning uses exactly the same high quality working components that comprise the I2000 cassette system, without the top and bottom profiles, but the main and critical difference being that the front profile, which can be powdercoated to any RAL colour, is completely flat instead of being rounded. This means that when the awning is retracted, the front profile blends in as an integral part of the shopfront, with the whole of the awning mechanism completely hidden from view. Available gear or electrically operated at up to 6000mm wide and up to most of the width of the pavement in front of the shop, barring  lamp-posts, road signs or other obstructions. If a job's worth doing, it's worth doing well. Good quality lasts forever.


  • Internal recessed installation

  • Front rail sits flat/flush with face of building when closed

  • Max. width x projection: 6m x 4m

  • Manual or Electric remote operation

  • Strong, robust, commercial grade system

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