Vertical blinds, which are a modern type of shading device, are very popular in both offices and homes, because they are easy to use, adjustable and suitable for replacing traditional textile curtains. Vertical blinds have the advantage of being suitable for shading slanted and curved surfaces as well. For the production of our vertical blinds, we use dirt repellent slats from the Italian manufacturer Tecnolight, made of impregnated polyester, cotton, and fiberglass, offering a choice of 74 materials to our customers. Traditional vertical blinds made of textile contain 127 mm wide slats, but a 89 mm type is also available to customers who like a more individual solution.
The carrier mechanism is located in the headrail made of 45 x 30 mm white powder coated aluminium profile, allowing the slats to rotate around their vertical axis and to move transversally.
The controls of the vertical blinds include a bead chain to adjust the angle of the slats and a weighted cord to slide them. The height of the headrail ensuring the movement of the slats is only 3 cm, however, its installation requires at least 4.5 cm of space.
Standard prices are for the vertical blinds mounted to the ceiling with clips, when mounted with brackets, the number of brackets will depend on the length of the headrail.