Types and operation
A term used to describe aluminium slat venetian blinds using 15mm or 16mm wide slat.
A term used to describe aluminium or timber slat venetian blinds using 25mm wide slat. Timber slat is always plain but aluminium can be plain, have a printed design or be perforated.
Dual control blinds have a cord to raise and lower the blind and either a cord or rod to tilt the slats.
Mono control blinds have a cord or rod that both raises and lowers the blind and tilts the slats.
Electric operation is available for venetian blinds of all slat sizes. The motor is located in the headrail.
Provides room-darkening effect by increased slat overlap and has channelling to both sides plus top and bottom.
Aluminium slat available in all slat widths except micro provides sun-screening protection without eliminating the external view.
Steel or aluminium encloses the operating mechanism.
Steel or aluminium.
Aluminium with stove-enamelled paint finish, timber or MDF composite.
Polyester braid with cross-ladders to support the slat and control the tilt of the blind.
Woven cotton or polyester tape in 13mm, 25mm and 38mm widths with cross ladder to support the slat and control the tilt of the slat.
Made from polyester to raise and lower the blind.
Polyester or stainless steel tape to raise mono and electric blinds.
Acrylic clear wand, steel or aluminium with PVC sleeving used to adjust the angle of the slatting.
Locking mechanism for the lift cord to secure blind in raised position.
A geared drive to adjust the angle of the venetian slatting.
A range of materials and objects used as cord pulls.