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BANDALUX

Aluminum Venetian Blinds

Privacy without giving up visibility

Aluminum Venetian blinds allow you to maintain your privacy without giving up visibility, for example, in conference rooms and medical clinics. The adjustable slats make it possible to optimize sunlight management. In addition to protecting the room from the direct impact of the sun on large outdoor windows, these systems can be installed between the glasses in large halls to separate the different settings.

The horizontal slats are available in three sizes: 15mm, 25mm and 50mm. Manufactured with 100% high-quality aluminum, the aluminum Venetian blinds afford the ideal adjustment of the sunlight thanks to their 180º turning radius. Moreover, they can also be adapted to irregular spaces.


Specification
  • Bandalux Omega Venetian blind system [optional lateral cable guides for vertical planes / lower wall or floor mounting] with aluminum slats measuring [15 or 25mm] and [chain / 24V Somfy motor or equivalent] operation. The Omega Venetian blind is made up of an extruded aluminum headrail with a Qualicoat lacquer finish, and includes an upper profile to dampen the noise of the motor. The mechanisms for the opening, closing and orientation of the blind are built into the headrail. The slat is an aluminum profile with a 0.21mm layer of lacquer as a finish. It is [15 or 25 mm] wide.
    Surface installation via a treated rust-resistant steel support. Closed aluminum bottom rail made up of 2 extruded profiles that hide the attachment points of the operation cords and the string ladders that turn the slats. All cords and string ladders are color coordinated with the slats. In the case of the cable-guided option, the support is hidden by the bottom rail when the shade is fully open. Optionally, the slats can be manufactured with interlacing technology, for perfect, optimal slat orientation. This system admits the manufacture of Venetian blinds with irregular shapes.

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    Bandalux Signum Venetian blind system [optional lateral cable guides for vertical planes / lower wall or floor mounting] with aluminum slats measuring [15 or 25mm] operated via [cord/ wand, crank, chain or Somfy 24V motor or equivalent]. The Venetian blind Signum is made up of a steel headrail with a Qualicoat lacquer finish with an anti-rust treatment. The mechanisms for the opening, closing and orientation of the blind are built into the headrail. The slat is an aluminum profile with a 0.21mm layer of lacquer as a finish. It is [15 or 25 mm] wide. Surface installation via a treated rust-resistant steel support. Lacquered steel bottom rail with brackets, terylene string ladders and cord. All cords and string ladders are color coordinated with the slats. Optionally, the slats can be manufactured with interlacing technology, for perfect, optimal slat orientation. This system admits the manufacture of Venetian blinds with irregular shapes.

Technical specification
  • Unique ref.aluminum-venetian-blinds
  • Collection setVenetian blind
  • CollectionALUMINUM VENETIAN BLINDS
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2021-05-17
  • Edition number1
Related
  • Material mainAluminum
  • Material secondaryAluminum
  • Designed inSpain
  • Manufactured inSpain
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryWindows - Blinds
  • IFC classificationFurnishing Element
  • Uniclass 1.4 CodeL4224
  • Uniclass 1.4 DescriptionVenetian blinds
  • Uniclass 2.0 CodePR-58-08-94
  • Uniclass 2.0 DescriptionVenetian Blinds
  • Uniclass 2015 CodePr_30_59_07
  • Uniclass 2015 DescriptionBlinds and shading devices
  • NBS Reference Code58-08
  • NBS Reference DescriptionBlinds And Shading Devices
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 Code12 21 00
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 TitleWindow Blinds
  • OmniClass Number23-17 21 00
  • CSI UniFormat II CodeE2020
  • CSI UniFormat II TitleMovable Furnishings

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