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BANDALUX

Box Roller Blinds | Shades Z-Box

Maximum wind resistance and total opacity

Z-Box roller shades are the most durable system for outdoor installation. Their side “zip” channels enable the user to tense the fabric perfectly and guarantee resistance to wind gusts of up to 90 km/h. A system that ensures 100% darkness, thanks to the zipper channel, when combined with blackout fabrics.

When installed outdoors and combined with the Polyscreen® fabric, this system can save up to 55% in air conditioning, while guaranteeing optimal visual and thermal comfort.

BOX MEASUREMENTS: 100 / 130 mm

OPERATION: Motor


Specification
  • Bandalux roller shade with the Z-Box system with alternating-current motor for indoor or outdoor installation. The Z-Box shade has two extruded profiles that are assembled together to form an outer box, to protect and hide the fabric and the components of the shade. The front profile (front cover of the box) can be opened to afford access to the inside, with no need to take the entire shade down. The Z-BOX roller shade is a self-supporting system. The fabric is rolled up and down via aluminum tubes with a diameter of 65 or 83 mm, depending on the size of the shade. This system guarantees that the fabric will never come out of the aluminum side channels and offers total darkness, thanks to the aluminum ZIP channels on the sides. On both sides of the fabric, a zipper is heatsealed into the fabric along a PVC profile located inside the aluminum side channels. This serves to dampen the stress on the fabric (stemming from the elements, such as the wind) and therefore preventing the fabric from coming out of the channels or tearing. As a counterweight, the shade has an extruded aluminum bottom rail in view with a Qualicoat-lacquered or anodized Qualanod finish in the lower section, to keep the fabric tensed and guarantee its correct rolling. The colors of the profile and decorative elements are coordinated with the color of the fabric or in keeping with customer specifications. The self-supporting system optionally offers the wall- or ceiling support for the installation of the box.

Technical specification
  • Unique ref.roller-z-box
  • Collection setRoller Shade
  • CollectionZIPPED BOX ROLLER BLINDS | SHADES
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2021-02-08
  • Edition number2
Related
  • Material mainFabric
  • Material secondaryAluminum
  • Designed inSpain
  • Manufactured inSpain
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryWindows - Blinds
  • IFC classificationFurnishing Element
  • Uniclass 1.4 CodeJL1
  • Uniclass 1.4 DescriptionWindows/Rooflights/Screens/Louvres
  • Uniclass 2.0 CodePR-58-08
  • Uniclass 2.0 DescriptionBlinds And Shading Devices
  • 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 24 00
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 TitleWindow Shades
  • OmniClass Number23-17 21 00
  • CSI UniFormat II CodeB2020
  • CSI UniFormat II TitleExterior Windows

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