Stylish stainless steel bead chain for smooth, rapid action.
Powerful motor concealed within the roller tube for effortless operation at the touch of a button.
For high risk mental health environments, the blind can be mounted with break-away magnetic brackets to minimise risk of patient self -harm.
Standard configuration where there is good substrate to fix to.
Used on plasterboard substrates, to spread the load and speed up fixing.
Neatly conceals the roller and brackets, and closes the light-gap between the blind and the ceiling.
Recess profile for concealing a blind within a ceiling with SpeedClip™ brackets for easy no-drill mounting.
Side Guides and Channels
Discreet and cost-effective tensioned stainless steel cable.
Robust aluminium profile guides the blind and minimises gap between fabric and recess.
Hem Bar Finishes
Cool and contemporary.
Coordinated with colours
Uncluttered and simple
The fabric is cut at an angle. Note only the rectangular portion of the blind can be retracted.
A single control operates two or more blinds.
Conventional configuration. Fabric rolls off the rear of the roller, closest to the glazing.
Fabric rolls off the front of the roller, giving extra clearance for window handles or other obstructions.
Available in twin roller configuration with 2 different fabric types e.g. blackout and screen.
A device fitted to the chain which comes apart when excessive load is applied. This solution allows you to have chains within 600mm of floor.
Clear acrylic retainer fixed to window recess. With this solution chains must be shortened to 1500mm from floor.