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T he O r i g i n a l .

Designed for t he L u x u ry H o t e l s in this World.

Bahama• Jumbrell a – A World apart

Ultra-sized yet none the less foldable

BAHAMA® fabric structures offer considerably
more than just dependable sheltering from
sun, rain, or just chill weather: Worldwide, they
are unrivalled in their architectural design and
their aesthetic visual appearance.
BAHAMA® fabric structures are renowned
for setting architectural accents in creating
outdoor islands of ease and comfort.
In particular it’s the variety of different-shape
& -size models from the self-reliant
BAHAMA® JUMBRELLA production line
that is considered worldwide as the most
finished and exacting outdoor sheltering
culture by market insiders. What are the
reasons? – The quite simple answer is:


structures have been the most solid, most
elegant, and the most longlived ultra-sized
”anti-wind” parasols that one can buy for
money. They keep being ”Made in Germany”,
now as ever.

from any thing el se in its Field.

A s early as in the sixties of the past century,
BAHAMA® designers gave proof of the justi-
fication of their thesis whereas large dimensi-
ons, modular design, operational functio-nali-
ty, structural stability, and an elegant visual
appearance would not necessarily have to pre-
clude one another .

BAHAMA® JUMBRELLA is still holding
the image of the pioneer structure as well
as being the architectural quality leader

1965: The 1st predecessor generation

1973: The 2nd predecessor generation
1976: 1st preproduction models of the
1980: Start line production of the
1st JUMBRELLA generation
1991: Built-in LIGHT option
1994: 2nd JUMBRELLA generation
1997: 3rd JUMBRELLA generation
1999: Built-in IR(C) HEATER option
2001: WINDSCREEN option
2002: Built-in SOUND (speaker) option
2006: Built-in state-of-the-art
IR(A) HEATER option

In the beginning, there wasn’t but the vision
of an ultra-sized yet ready-to-erect foldable
fabric structure that was to become perfect
in every respect. Its aesthetic architecture, its
modular producibility, and its resulting value-
for-the-money price level had been in the lime-
light. Eventually, the evolutionary realization
of that very vision ended up with the variety
of models, sizes, editions, and options offered
from the BAHAMA® JUMBRELLA line

With a choice of some 30 different plain
colour shades for the fabric, with the membrane
editions »contemporary« (architectural style)
or »traditional« (with surround valance) to
select from, additionally considering a choice
of 3 basicly different footing systems/devices,
the 12 different-shape & -size basic models of
the JUMBRELLA line sum up to a total of no less
than 2,160 potential ordering & production
versions. If in addition to this the choosable
variety of optional equipment such as
HEATER, and/or BAHAMA® SOUND, and/or
BAHAMA® PRINT is taken into account, the
selection of theoretically choosable, however,
none the less practicable JUMBRELLA unit
variations gets up to some 5,000.

Since mid of the nineties, all JUMBRELLA
structures are being factory-equipped with
the TÜV-certified driveless »BAHAMA®
Servo- Kinematics«, a servo-assisted, mainte-
nance-free, fail-safe (manual) operating system
to unfold & tension the fabric structure. This
operating system is based on the manufac-
turer’s international patents that have been
registered in over 30 European and overseas
countries including e.g. the US, Canada, and
Japan. Nobody once having experienced that
unfolding & refolding mechanism will ever
interest himself in any other system again.

A e s t he t i c D e s i g n , i n n o v a t i v e T e c h n o l o g y , e x
D e t a i l m a k e t he D i s t i n c t i o n b e t wee n t he J u m
1 Standard-packed BAHAMA® JUMBRELLA 2 4
in its heavy-duty cardboard cylinder with one
unscrewable head cover.

2 A folded & harnessed JUMBRELLA installed

”mobile” in its [forkliftable] portable heavy-weight
foot whose steel frame cassette is quad levellable to
enable precise plumbing of the centre column of the
3 JUMBRELLA protected by an [optional] reusable
protective cover (standard inner wrapping is PE hose
4 Swift two-stage tensioning procedure, in picture:
Primary [right-hand] tensioning latch already engaged
& locked, secondary [left-hand] = after-tensioning
latch in transit yet. To refold the structure reverse the
order of the procedure.
5 Picture showing the structure in its readily
unfolded & tensioned configuration with the latches
properly locked except that the master key [right side]
must be pulled off yet to prevent the parasol from
being handled by unauthorized hands.
6 View of the canopy/membrane ”corner” design:
Each of the radially running sectional seams of the
membrane is caught aligned with its structural arm 3 6
and hence cannot shift laterally. Contrary to this it is
free to shift closely guided (on the upside of the arm)
in longitudinal i.e. radial direction for being preten-
sioned during putting the membrane on.
7 All supports are hinged to the arms indirectly:
The double-shear receiving bearing is formed by the
U-shaped subrail that reinforces the carrying arm
where required.
8 Reinforced circular ventilation opening in
zenith of the fabric membrane. It is widely overlapped
by the vertically spaced solid conical top cover which
prevents rain from penetrating.
9 One of the BAHAMA® Portable Universal 7
(heavy-weight) Foot units, here in its packed on-pallet
shipping condition. In its unpacked off-pallet
condition, the whole unit is liftable & dislocatable by
fork-lift or hydraulic handcart. This Universal Foot
is based on a heavy-duty steel frame cassette [finish is
hot-dip & additionally powder-coating] that is welded
resistant to bending. It is factory-completed by
sculptured (non-standard) decorative concrete slab
inserts, and it has each one firmly built-in heavy-duty
lifting spindle in the four corners of the frame 8
cassette. The lifting spindles allow the erector to level
the foot as a whole and, in one, plumb the telescopic
column of the JUMBRELLA as latter is indispensable
to ensure that the parasol stands absolutely vertical.
Besides, the spindles serve the purpose of lifting the
whole foot up to an underclearance that allows the
forks of a lift or handcart to get underneath for lifting
the foot off its shipping pallet, or for just dislocating
it on the site ground.

acting Qualit y, and Perfection in every
b r e l l a a n d t he R e s t o f t he P a r a s o l W o r l d .
9 13 10 In picture (subject area): A JUMBRELLA readily
installed in its suitable type (size & dead weight)
of Portable Universal Foot. The locking block in
front [with cylinder lock engaged, masterkey still on]
blocks the large solid-metal disc so that the foot
cannot be taken to pieces. Furthermore, it prevents
the parasol from being removed from its foot by unau-
thorized hands.
11 The underground receiving sleeve component
[forming part of the entirety of the »Universal
In-Ground Sleeve« set # 0451 or # 1451 respectively]
prior to being cast in concrete to the manufacturer’s
foundation drawing coming with. The removable
heavy-duty aluminium ”traffic cover” prevents the
sleeve component from being penetrated by fresh
10 concrete during and/or surface water after com-
pletion of concreting works. The yellow bottom cap
must stay put on as the sleeve component is cast in
flush with finished ground level.
12 Underground receiving sleeve component as in
picture 11, however, with its heavy-wheel load ”traffic
cover” removed only for imminent installation of the
JUMBRELLA. As the black rubber ring gets under
calculated pressure by either the tightened traffic
cover or the pressure ring, it prevents surface water
from penetrating the receiving sleeve. Contrary to the
underground sleeve component which is usually
supplied ahead, the white above-ground components
of the sleeve set come factory-prefixed at bottom end
of the parasol’s telescopic column.
14 13 Schematic picture showing a JUMBRELLA
readily installed permanent in its »Universal
In-Ground Sleeve« # 0451 (# 1451 respectively –
relative to the selected JUMBRELLA model).
The border-line between dark and light blue
simulates the finished ground level.
11 14 Octagonal one-piece-design »Heavy-Duty Flat
Foot« # 0334 (& # 0335 respectively, relative to the
JUMBRELLA model selected) suitable for being
bolted onto existing solid concrete ground by using
HILTI heavy-load bolts, or onto thick timber planks
by using heavy-duty coach bolts (e.g. DIN 603).
Footing devices are made of massive steel welded,
hot-dipped, and additionally powder-coated and
baked at >200° C in white (RAL 9016).
15 As characteristic as unparalleled worldwide is the
undetachable stainless-steel BAHAMA® brand plate
with the unmistakable serial production number
”SNR” durably engraved. Beside the current serial
production number which is not only compellingly
demanded by underwriters and leasing or, generally,
financing corporations, the SNR encompasses quite
a lot of factory-encoded data and parameters such
as the historical ordering, production and shipping
12 date, the orderer’s identity, shape & size of the
JUMBRELLA, and so forth. A factory-new replace-
ment membrane, for instance, can be verified by the
manufacturer only after he has been advised by the
client of the SNR of the parasol which the new fabric
part is earmarked for definitely.


Option 1: Bahama® »Print« – Promotional Jumbrella Structur

Promotional ultra-sized parasols, particularly heavy

weather-resistant JUMBRELLA models are made-to-
order custom structures inasmuch as the sectional cuts
of their (exchangeable) fabric membranes have to be
printed to the orderer’s digitally vectorized copy
material during the production process.
The BAHAMA® manufacturer’s printing capacities
encompass several basicly different fabric printing
methods. The answer to the question which one of
these will be applicable technically and, moreover, the
best cost-effective one is primarily depending on the
number of equal-shape & -size membranes inquired or
ordered to be printed to an equal branding pattern in
terms of image size, positioning, graphics, colour
separations, etc.
Whereas, for instance, the ”through-printing” method
[visual effect is transparencylike] requires a minimum
quantity of 100 to 200 fabric membranes (relative to the
required size & edition of the membrane to be
branded), the factory’s exacting multi-colour digital
ink-jetting system, even though – for reasons of the
machine industry’s current state of the art – limited to
print on plain white fabric ground only, is suitable to
print just one single membrane, or quantities from
2 up to 10 or 20 numbers. Unilateral screenprinting,
a third, more conventional printing method, can be
applied on any unicoloured fabric ground no matter
which shade but is costwise only reasonable with a
minimum production number of some 20 membranes
and beyond.

res mean continuous Brand Exposure at the Point of Sale.

Option 2: Bahama® »Light« – Creates the cosy outdoor
Ambience that makes People stay after Dark.
1 3

The optional, TÜV-certified BAHAMA® LIGHT 2

equipment requires permanent installation of the
JUMBRELLA in the »Universal In-Ground Sleeve« type
# 0451/E (# 1451/E). The TÜV-approved & certified,
factory built-in LIGHT is a non-retrofit equipment.
Consequently, it must be ordered together with the
JUMBRELLA structure to be equipped with. The TÜV
certification is subject to the condition that the docu-
mented LIGHT system is executed by using only certified
original components, and is installed and operated in
strict adherence to the respective technical specifications
recorded, approved & certified by the German TÜV
department concerned.
1 BAHAMA® »LIGHT«  Specifications
4 BAHAMA® energy-saving lamps ea. 11 watts
AC power source: either 230-volt/50 Hz
 or 108/130-volt/60 Hz
Connecting load per unit: 0,044 kW level to the factory’s foundation drawing coming with
Power consumption: 44 watts/h – shown here as coming with its ”traffic cover” on
Collective candlelight power: appr. 240 watts & tightened.
Operational life of bulbs: appr. 15,000 hrs
Bulb/screen elements: screw-in/plug-on design 4 Upon removal of the ”traffic cover”, the under-
Lamps to remain put during folding/unfolding! ground power feed surplus must extend from finished
ground level by 40 to 50 cms to enable the electro-
2 The external ON/OFF control box (splash-proof mechanical work prior to erection and installation of
design) with built-in automatic circuit-breaker forms an the JUMBRELLA.
integral part of the TÜV-certified entirety of the
JUMBRELLA installed permanent & equipped with 5 The alternative supply by means of a cable loop
optional LIGHT. (”air cable”) running from the external ON/OFF control
direct to the zenith of the JUMBRELLA structure may
3 The in-ground component [forming part of the be an auxiliary feeding system that is at the buyer’s sole
entirety of »Universal In-Ground Sleeve« set # 0451/E discretion but is neither professional nor approvable
& 1451/E respectively] – supplied with a cable conduit by the German TÜV. Same applies analogically to any
extension and to be cast in flush with finished ground on-ground feed cable leading to a mobile foot-installed

Option 3: Bahama® »Heater« – To make Outdoor
Revenues continue even on real cold Days of the Year.
1 2

5 6

This non-retrofit optional electric HEATER equipment
has been adapted to the current state of the art and thus
distinctly optimized in terms of design, operation, and
efficacy. Its TÜV certification is subject to a) basicly per-
manent in-ground installation of the JUMBRELLA, b) the
use of solely original BAHAMA® HEATER components
such as either one of the »Asymmetric Universal Under-
ground Footing« devices # CHIRA-0451/2007 or
# CHIRA-1451/2007, respectively. Major characteristics
of the HEATER equipment are: 2000-watt short-waved
infrared-A 230-volt 50-Hz AC radiator elements
Instantaneously sensible heat, no heating-up time
4 White radiator plug-ins in enganged position. Recep-
tacles fully sunk in the white centre console on column.
Most efficient spatial heat displacement due to
radiator elements positioned horizontally On-site 5 Primary external control box [close to the source, in
house] with built-in automatic circuit-breaker, either
power source required for input: 400-volt 3-phase
Connecting load: 8 kW or, if in combination with
LIGHT, 8.1 kW per JUMBRELLA unit. The operational
4 radiator switches or 3-phase breaker [in connexion with
optional infinitely variable adjustment only], and manual 8
safety of the BAHAMA® HEATER-equipped ON/OFF switch for the 44-watt LIGHT operation.
JUMBRELLA lies, inter alia, in the fact that supply cables 6 Optional post- & interconnected control unit
are neither visible nor physicly accessible, – unless to the [closest to in-house primary external control] with ”zone”-
authorized electrician. numbered knobs for infinitely variable adjustment
Costs of power consumption of the HEATER equip- [between 0 and 2,000 watts] of the 4 radiators designated
ment: With all radiators on 100-percent performance ”ZONE(s)” in picture.
– E 1.32, on 50-percent performance – E 0.66 per 7 One-piece in-ground component of the »Asymmetric
operational hour & JUMBRELLA unit – based on Universal Underground Footing« device # CHIRA-0451/
the averaged German index (I/2007) of approx. 2007 or # CHIRA-1451/2007, respectively. It is to be cast
16 e–Cents for 1 kWh (all figures exclusive of nationally in, and underground feed cable to be laid, to the factory
applicable TVA). drawing coming with.
1 A JUMBRELLA equipped with electric infrared- 8 In-ground component of # CHIRA-0451/2007 or
A-HEATER [and LIGHT]. Radiator position is some # CHIRA-1451/2007, respectively [cast-in condition simu-
2.5 metres above finshed ground level. lated in picture] upon first removal of the solid sealing
2 One-piece ”swift mount” with its factory-prefixed cover from the underground distributor terminal.
radiator [with fixed-length connector cable and plug-in].
3 Front view of an infrared-A radiator in operation.

Option 4: B ahama ® »S ound « – S elected B ackground
M usic contributing to a relaxed A tmosphere .
1 3

The structurally integrated feed wiring up to the

4 receptacles is connectible from inside the under-
ground distributor terminal where the operator’s
sound supply line (e.g. from amplifier) must be laid
up to for being accessible.

1 View from underneath: The final-stage ”II”

[in picture:] BOSE® speaker unit in its operational
position which is some 2.5 metres above finshed
ground level.

2 Engaging the ”swift mount” with its factory-

prefixed speaker unit in the receiving console
on stretcher.
The preparatory frame-associated modification part receptacles (sound outlets), and the mechanical
(or stage) ”I” of the entirety of the SOUND equipment modification of 4 of the stretchers. On the one hand, 3 Located above the stretcher bearings: Special
is a non-retrofit item. Regardless of which speaker this factory-completed stage ”I” scope of modifica- centre console with fully sunk receptacles for both
edition may be selected, it encompasses the mecha- tions & appliances allows the orderer/operator to plug-ins for the HEATERs and basicly blue plug-ins
nical & electromechanical modification of the postpone his eventual selection of the final stage ”II” for the SOUND equipment.
in-ground component of the footing device to be cast speaker edition. On the other hand, it leaves it up to
in on site, the metal-clad wirings inside the telescopic the operator in which out of the 4 selective firm cano- 4 View from underneath: The final-stage ”II”
column, the manufacture, wiring & installation of py sectors he wants the speaker unit to be connected. [in picture:] standard speaker unit in its operational
the special centre console with its totally 4 selective position which is some 2.5 metres above finshed
ground level.

Option 5: B ahama ® »TVR C onnecting G utter « – T o
achieve larger , coherent R ain S helter C omplexes .

The optional equipment »TVR« (abbreviation of the

factory’s German designation of its system) allows to inter-
connect two [or more] square or rectangular-shape
JUMBRELLA units erected adjacent to each other by
means of a suitable textile drain-off gutter element.
Hence several same-size square or rectangular-shape
JUMBRELLAs can be arranged in row configuration.
However, the practical applicability of the connecting
fabric gutter element requires that folding frames of
the structures come premodified from the factory
(frame modification is a non-retrofit detail).
A row configuration of same-shape and -size
JUMBRELLA structures, particularly of those that
are to be footed and installed permanent, stipulates
beforehand that the ground slope along the common
centre axis in row direction must not exceed 0.5
percent (0.5 cm on 1 metre). In the event the given
on-site slope does exceed the said maximum rate, tops
of the in-ground footing components to be cast in
must uniformly be set either level or to a fictitious
0.5-percent slope even though both alternatives
would be contrary to the ”flush-with-finished-ground-
level” stipulation in the factory’s foundation drawings
coming with the in-ground components. However,
both of these ”way-out” solutions might be allowable
and practicable only on privately owned ground, not
on public like urban or municipal ground.

Membrane Editions & Colour Shades . Design . Materials
Surface Finish . Shapes, Sizes & Data of the Basic Models.

”Contemporary” (basic) membrane edition # 60: Without valance, slightly curved roof edges ending sharply.

”Traditional” (optional) membrane edition # 90: With valance, its straight-lined bottom edges trimmed with binding.

The JUMBRELLAs’ unique design parasol is in during transition, its structural canopy’s >200° C. Finish is resistant to seawater and salt-laden
is based on a central telescopic column system in common mass centre of gravity remains always on a humid air. Standard colour shade is white (RAL 9016).
which all inner and outer, vertically moving elements just slightly varying absolute level above ground. Other RAL colour shades are optional.
are quad-guided each in self-lubricating slider bearings The indispensable high overall tension stiffening the
(anti-torsion design goal). The static major column has structural canopy against wind forces is generated by Standard fabric material
an exterior diameter of 80 mm. All artic-ulated successively operated heavy-duty tensioning latches of the modulat-type exchangeable membrane is
structural members such as the major carrier arms, the on the carriage. Both latches are laid out lockable by betex® 89 , an acrylate-coated, dimensionally stable
stretchers, and reversers are hinged in double-shear means of a masterkey so to prevent the structure from high-tenacity polyester fabric that is impermeable
bearings. The internationally patented servo-assisted being operated by unauthorized hands. to rainwater yet permeable to air. Its weight to DIN
kinematics of the JUMBRELLA are based on the 53854 is >195 g/m2. Its resistance to water pressure
principle of forced reverse motion of the (inner) crown High-performance materials. to DIN 53886: >450 hPa [450 mm]. Its fastness to sun
pole versus the (outer) carriage, both relative to the The structural members of the JUMBRELLA are light : Grade 6-8 – relative to the very colour shade
static major column. The beneficial effects of this are: extruded (seamless) aluminium profiles and [per DIN 54071: Grade 1 = worst, grade 8 = best
Less overall elevation of the parasol when in its folded CNC-machined from solid aluminium components. possible anti-fading result].
configuration, least possible transport package length Major functional as well as assembly elements are
and, notwithstanding, sufficient vertical obstacle made of stainless steel. All guider bearings as well as Fabric colour shades
clearance being maintained during transition of the the centre console are CNC-machined from special are selective from the separate »BAHAMA® Fabric
structure. Moreover, the operator of a JUMBRELLA molybdenic resins. Sample & Colour Shade Selector« offering a
benefits from another major effect of the ”servo-assist- choice of some 30 distinctive plain colour shades to
ed” kinematics: No matter which geometric inter- Standard surface finish. select from for the desired fabric membrane of the
mediate configuration the Prior to final frame assembly, all aluminium members JUMBRELLA.
of the structure are PES powder-coated & baked at

m m m m
4.00 4.50 5.00 5.60
1.53 m

1.72 m

1.91 m

2.14 m
Ø= Ø= Ø= Ø=

3.70 m 4.16 m 4.62 m 5.17 m

2.30 m

2.27 m

2.27 m
2.25 m

2.97 m

3.16 m
3.11 m

3.11 m
Ø 4.00 m = 12 m2  Basic Model # C3040 Ø 4.50 m = 15 m2 Basic Model # C3045 Ø 5.00 m = 19 m2 Basic Model # C3050 Ø 5.60 m = 24 m2 Basic Model # C3060
Max. elevation in folded configuration 3.70 m Max. elevation in folded configuration 3.85 m Max. elevation in folded configuration 3.85 m Max. elevation in folded configuration 3.87 m
Obstacle clearance during transition 1.50 m Obstacle clearance during transition 1.40 m Obstacle clearance during transition 1.15 m Obstacle clearance during transition 0.90 m
Shipping dimensions – Ø x length 0.36 x 3.92 m Shipping dimensions – Ø x length 0.36 x 3.92 m Shipping dimensions – Ø x length 0.36 x 3.92 m Shipping dimensions – Ø x length 0.36 x 3.92 m
Installation weight (net) 40 kg Installation weight (net) 45 kg Installation weight (net) 53 kg Installation weight (net) 62 kg
Shipping weight (gross) 61 kg Shipping weight (gross) 66 kg Shipping weight (gross) 74 kg Shipping weight (gross) 87 kg
Max. wind/OPEN configuration (10 Beauf.) 95 km/h* Max. wind/OPEN configuration (10 Beauf.) 95 km/h* Max. wind/OPEN configuration (9 Beauf.) 88 km/h* Max. wind/OPEN configuration (8 Beauf.) 74 km/h*
3.53 m

4.00 m

4.50 m

5.00 m
3.53 m 4.00 m 4.50 m 5.00 m
2.26 m

2.30 m

2.40 m
2.31 m

3.31 m
3.11 m

3.11 m

3.11 m

 3.50 m = 12 m2 Basic Model # C3135  4.00 m = 16 m2 Basic Model # C3140  4.50 m = 19 m2 Basic Model # C3145  5.00 m = 25 m2 Basic Model # C3150-NNK
Max. elevation in folded configuration 3.85 m Max. elevation in folded configuration 3.85 m Max. elevation in folded configuration 3.85 m Max. elevation in folded configuration 4.01 m
Obstacle clearance during transition 1.19 m Obstacle clearance during transition 0.80/1.59 m Obstacle clearance during transition 0.55/1.43 m Obstacle clearance during transition 0.38/1.37 m
Shipping dimensions – Ø x length 0.36 x 3.92 m Shipping dimensions – Ø x length 0.36 x 3.92 m Shipping dimensions – Ø x length 0.36 x 3.92 m Shipping dimensions – Ø x length 0.41 x 4.17 m
Installation weight (net) 42 kg Installation weight (net) 45 kg Installation weight (net) 56 kg Installation weight (net) 75 kg
Shipping weight (gross) 63 kg Shipping weight (gross) 66 kg Shipping weight (gross) 77 kg Shipping weight (gross) 100 kg
Max. wind/OPEN configuration (10 Beauf.) 95 km/h* Max. wind/OPEN configuration (9 Beauf.) 88 km/h* Max. wind/OPEN configuration (8 Beauf.) 74 km/h* Max. wind/OPEN configuration (8 Beauf.) 74 km/h*

Any and all model-related vertical *) How to proceed if faced with

measurements herein above are approx- public significant-wind warnings?
imate. They refer to the finished ground – The max. admissible wind or peak
level in connexion with permanent in- gust velocity (solely relevant is the km/h
ground installation, basicly. In case the figure) as specificly published herein
Centre elevation in unfolded configuration

JUMBRELLA structure(s) are to be above for the unfolded & tensioned con-
Max. elevation in folded configuration

installed mobile in their suitable Port- figuration of each JUMBRELLA model

able Universal Heavy-Weight footing is confined to permanent in-ground
Head clearance in periphery

device, any and all of the vertical mea- installation by means of either the
surements herein above will grow each suitable Universal In-Ground Footing
by 5 to 11 cms (depending inter alia on Sleeve or, depending on the addi-
the cm amount required for properly tional equipment of the structure,
Obstacle clearance plumbing the JUMBRELLA’s centre the suitable Asymmetric Universal
during transition
pole by individually adjusting the 4 hoist- Underground Console footing device.
ing spindles of the mobile foot). The primary purpose of the indica-

m m
6.30 7.00
2.39 m

2.65 m
Ø= Ø=

5.80 m 6.43 m
2.45 m

3.52 m

2.53 m

3.72 m
Ø 6.30 m = 29 m2 Basic Model # C3063 Ø 7.00 m = 36 m2  Basic Model # C3070
Max. elevation in folded configuration 4.26 m Max. elevation in folded configuration 4.46 m
Obstacle clearance during transition 0.95 m Obstacle clearance during transition 0.85 m
Shipping dimensions – Ø x length 0.41 x 4.37 m Shipping dimensions – Ø x length 0.41 x 4.57 m
Installation weight (net) 77 kg Installation weight (net) 90 kg
Shipping weight (gross) 103 kg Shipping weight (gross) 116 kg
Max. wind/OPEN configuration (6 Beauf.) 48 km/h* Max. wind/OPEN configuration (5 Beauf.) 38 km/h*
4.50 m
3.75 m

6.00 m
5.00 m
2.52 m

3.58 m
2.30 m

3.18 m

RECT. 5.00 x 3.75 m = 19 m2 Basic Model # C10-3150/375 RECT. 6.00 x 4.50 m = 27 m2 Basic Model # C12-3160/45
Max. elevation in folded configuration 4.16 m Max. elevation in folded configuration 4.75 m
Obstacle clearance during transition 0.92 m Obstacle clearance during transition 0.86 m
Shipping dimensions – Ø x length 0.41 x 4.37 m Shipping dimensions – Ø x length 0.46 x 4.90 m
Installation weight (net) 64 kg Installation weight (net) 77 kg
Shipping weight (gross) 90 kg Shipping weight (gross) 111 kg
Max. wind/OPEN configuration (8 Beauf.) 74 km/h* Max. wind/OPEN configuration (7 Beauf.) 60 km/h*

ted max. wind or peak gust load in km/h is to pro- of the structure(s) enter into the risk of waiting until
vide the responsible user/operator of the structure with the forecast significant wind commences to come up
an estimation of how to interprete continually repeated actually, since this is definitely too late to avoid severe
public wind forecasts as these use to be broadcast on damages to or even destruction of the umbrella(s).
TV and radio during no less than the 24 to 48 hrs that – Apart from this precautionary information, the
precede the upcoming significant wind or storm situa- manufacturer strongly recommends to the responsi-
tion. If any wind or peak gust velocity forecast (reading ble user/operator to read and to observe in particular
e.g.: ”... gusting up to ..... km/h”) exceeds 90 percent chapter 5 – ”Miscellaneous, Manufacturer’s General
of the model-related utmost km/h limit herein above, Recommendations, etc.” – on page 5 of the printed
the responsible user/operator is obligated to preven- »General Instructions on Unpacking, Pre- & Posterec-
tively refold & harness-secure the JUMBRELLA(s) tion Handling, and on the Operation of the BaHaMa®
timely (usually a couple of hours) in advance of the JUMBRELLA«. A copy of these Instructions comes
forecast time at which the significant wind is estimat- with every JUMBRELLA cylinder package. It is in
ed to come up or to prevail, respectively. Under no a transparent pocket attached to the opening head
circumstances shall the responsible user/operator cover of the transport package.

Option 6: High-End »Windscreen-Solutions« – Direct only
by the Experts of the Dutch »GS Windscreen b.v.«

t e r r a c e s a round the world

Terraces are timeless. Built in a variety of countless situations and for all kinds of use, they have at all times been an integral part of human
cultures in all parts of the world. And this continues to be so in nowadays' modern world of hotel and outdoor restaurent terraces. GS Windscreen
is an expert in the production of windscreens and terrace screens. Our modular systems can be designed and assembled individually, which
enables you to install them in any kind of situation and for any purpose. In our manufacturing processes, we use only high-quality materials selected
on the basis of our many years' experience. This has resulted in a product range of six different programmes, each of them featuring its own indivi-
dualistic design concept. We are sure you'll agree that this is a foundation for a successful year-around hospitality terrace. We will be happy to assist
you in planning your terrace according to your specifications. Please do not hesitate to contact us. We can make your terrace dreams come true.

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© 1999-2008 BECHER Textil- & Stahlbau GmbH, Germany. – Any and all descriptions and/or indications in this product catalogue are subject to change without prior notice. – BAHAMA® is an internationally Registered Trademark of BECHER Textil- & Stahlbau GmbH, Germany.

Updated & reprinted in Germany 01/2008.

The kinematic, functional and mechanical design of the BAHAMA® JUMBRELLA is subject to the internationally Registered Patents owned by BECHER Textil- & Stahlbau GmbH, Germany. – This printed document including but not limited to its contents shall not be copied or
Architectural production line: BAHAMA® JUMBRELLA – Ø 5-metre models Economy line: BAHAMA® EVENT – Ø 4-metre models

duplicated, nor shall it be reproduced or made use of in any other way – neither in whole nor in part – without prior written authorization by BECHER Textil- & Stahlbau GmbH, Germany.
Architectural production line: BAHAMA® LARGO – a Ø 8.5-metre structure High-performance line: BAHAMA® MAGNUM – an 8 by 8-metre square structure

The new BAHAMA® factory complex (finished 2004) on a 16,500-sq.m. industrial estate at D-51580 Reichshof-Wehnrath (Cologne district) .
Built-up plan area: 105 m by 50 m Permanent outdoor exhibition on 675 sq.m.

Designers & Manufacturers – since 1950:

National/regional BAHAMA® representative/supplier:
BECHER Textil- & Stahlbau GmbH
Gewerbeparkstrasse 34
D-51580 Reichshof-Wehnrath (Cologne distr.)
Tel.: +49–22 65–998-134 (or -137)
Fax: +49–22 65–998-350 (or -342)