MATERIALS & SIZES
Mockwood, available in 50mm and 63mm slats.
STANDARD OPERATING SYSTEM
Cord operation including cord lock
- Maximum width is 2710mm
- Maximum drop is 3200mm
- Minimum width is 250mm
- Minimum drop is 200mm
- Single blind size should not exceed 6m2
- Over 6m2 will be made as 2-ON-1 head-rail blind, with max width of 3010mm and max drop is 3200mm
- 53mm x 58mm High Profile Steel Head-rail
- 2-ON-1 head-rail
ACORN & BREAKAWAY CORD JOINER
Material : PVC
Metal acorn in antique brass and gold
MINIMUM RECESS DEPTH (REVEAL)
- Fully recessed 65mm no return required
- Semi recessed – as requested. Note : minimum return is 20mm
- Order standard returns are 77mm
- Add for architrave depth if returning to the wall
CORD LENGTHS – (unless otherwise specified)
- Standard factory calculation is 2/3 rds of the drop of the blind in the down position
- Child Safety Breakaway is located approx 100mm from the cordlock in the down position
- Tilt cord minimum length is 550mm
- 76mm Harbour Bridge, maximum width 2710mm in one piece
- For 2-ON-1 head-rail over 2710 the valance will be supplied with a mitre joint. A plastic clip is supplied to attach to the head-rail
- Valance size based on head-rail size after deductions
– Reveal Fit extra 9mm
– Face Fit extra 20mm
Reveal Fit – no return ends
Face Fit – returns to be nominated (eg right only, left only, left & right)
2-ON-1 BLIND OPERATION
For the number of ladders and pull cords, please refer to above chart.
For tilt and lift options, no cords can be placed in the center of the blinds. Cords can be both left, both right, left/right, and right/left
HOW TO CALCULATE A DROP MEASUREMENT
Our standard drop measurement is achieved when the blind is in the closed position with the bottom-rail tilted. When the blind is in the open position, the lowest point of the bottom-rail will sit around 10mm higher than when the blind is in the closed position. If using hold down clips, the bottom-rail will sit around 10mm closed position and then open position around 20mm (50mm blind) & 30mm (63mm blind).
Please note that our standard tolerance for blind width and blind drop is +-5mm. if the blind is made within our tolerance range, no claim will be accepted.
Component : 3 years
Colour : 2 years
Colour variation may occur between samples and production due to dye lot tolerances. Whilst manufacturers make every effort to match dye lots, the customer acknowledges that colour shades may vary from the samples shown.
As a general rule, Econowood blinds over 3m2 are heavy and can be difficult to lift. Depending on the application, it is advised to use two or more blinds on one head-rail. When lifting larger blinds, the operator should guide the blind by holding the base-rail as they are lifting it up. Due to memory retention, blinds should not be left in the up position for any extended length of time. If the blind warps as a result of this no claim will be accepted.
All blinds allow light to pass through around the sides of the blind. In addition, there will be small pin holes of light in each slat where the ladder cords pass through. Consider using face fit as an option rather than reveal fit to reduce light bleed at the sides. This is not a blockout blind.
A cutout is a blind with an area removed from it to avoid an existing obstruction. Please provide detailed measurements of the area to be removed. Maximum Depth of Cut Out is 100mm per side. Surcharges apply, please refer to “Surcharge & Option” list.
Our standard colours are listed below
|Blind Colour||Ladder, Tilt & Pull Cord Colour||Head-rail & bracket colour||Tassel, Breakaway tassel & Button Colour|
|Island White, Classic White||White||White||Snow White|
|Drift White||Alabaster||Stone White||Snow White|
|Seashell Parchment||Alabaster||Stone White||Cameo|
Control option, quantity of ladders and pull cords
|Blind width (mm)||Control Option||Quantity of ladders||Quantity of pull cords|
|250 – 300||Tilt only – Center||2||2|
|301 – 400||Opposite site or tilt only||2||2|
|401 – 565||LR, RL, LL, RR||2||2|
|566 – 875||LR, RL, LL, RR||3||2|
|876 – 940||LR, RL, LL, RR||3||3|
|941 – 1474||LR, RL, LL, RR||5||3|
|1475 – 1625||LR, RL, LL, RR||6||4|
|1626 – 2099||LR, RL, LL, RR||7||4|
|2100 – 2710||LR, RL, LL, RR||10||4|