decor 390 Atria Roller Blind

The decor 390 Atria Roller Blind system is a simple and effective way of shading horizontal and sloping glazing. An innovative spring tensioning system keeps the fabric taut and enables the blind to be drawn at any angle, including vertically upwards.

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    Hard wired motor

    240v AC motor with hard wired control circuit as standard for ultimate reliability.

    Radio Motor

    240v AC motor with hand held or wall mounted wireless control minimises the amount of cabling, making it ideal for retro-fit situations.

    Revoshaft

    An option for smaller blinds within easy reach, the Revoshaft™ gear operation is a simple solution available with either fixed or detachable handle.

    Options

    Mounting Options

    Recess Fix

    The most common scenario for roof lights, north lights, glazed lanterns and atria, the blind is fixed to the sides of the reveal or recess.

    Face Fix

    For situations where the recess is not deep enough to mount the blind, the decor 390 can be face fixed to the ceiling.

    Pocket Fix

    Pockets formed in the skylight recess sides can be used to completely conceal the blind when it is open. The pockets should be a minimum of 115mm high x 115mm deep to ensure there is adequate room for installation and maintenance.

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    Intermediate Fabric Support

    To make the blind change direction of draw, or provide additional support for extra long draw, ideal for a glazed mansard roof or orangery.

    Hardware Finishes

    White Powdercoated

    Clean and clinical

    Custom RAL Powdercoated

    Colourful and coordinated.

    Configuration

    Rectangular
    Triangular

    The fabric is cut at an angle on one edge. The end has a minimum of 500mm flat.

    Bottom up

    Blind draws vertically upwards from the bottom.

    Angled

    Intermediate fabric supports are used to change direction by up to 45 degrees per support.

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