Venetian Blinds

Wand and Cord

Venetian Blind includes, as standard, a premium extra depth headrail, (27 x 24mm) with top fix turning fixing key brackets. The  quality aluminium slats are 25mm wide with a 0.21mm thickness. The manoeuvre of the 25mm slats is guaranteed by the traditional 3 cord lock mechanism and the aluminium slats are controlled with a tilt wand mechanism for precision angles.

Robust and vibrant with a high quality level of performance, including smooth operation, the VN25 is visually pleasing to the eye. The comprehensive colour options satisfy almost every environment whether it be residential or commercial. The extra deep headrail can accommodate wider installations and requires less brackets. This system has been designed to offer a trouble-free solution throughout its lifetime.

The VN25 system  has a vast range of coloured and textured aluminium slats. These can have been co-ordinated with headrails, bottom bars, ladders and cords. A side guiding option is available for installations with a drop of over 2 metres.

Mono Control

Venetian Blind includes, as standard, a premium extra depth headrail, (27 x 24mm) with top fix turning fixing key brackets. The  quality aluminium slats are 25mm wide with a 0.21mm thickness. The unique mono chain control only requires one mechanism to control the whole system. Therefore the blind is easily operated from one end giving a neater appearance overall. This innovative mechanism ensures the blind constantly stays level when lifted and slats can be angled more accurately.

Robust and vibrant with a high quality level of performance, including smooth operation, the VN25S is visually pleasing to the eye. The comprehensive colour options satisfy almost every environment whether it be residential or commercial. The extra deep headrail can accommodate wider installations and requires less brackets. This system has been designed to offer a trouble-free solution throughout its lifetime.

The VN25S system  has a vast range of coloured and textured 25mm aluminium slats, these have been co-ordinated with headrails, bottom bars, ladders and cords.