Low threshold depth (leisure setting):
Keep all brackets to the minimum depth required for flush mounting (when the product does not extend into the room) with a minimum depth of approximately 50 mm. If the depth of the threshold does not cover this range, you should consider making a face adjustment setting.
There may be privacy issues when two people are in the corners or corners of only the glass. This is due to the gap between products. To minimize this problem, consider having one product ignore another and then specifying another to match the first.
The bigger your product, the better your privacy, insulation and light control. For the top mounting bracket, each roller door requires approximately 100 mm (width) x 50 mm (width). This higher and wider measurement means that the field of view is less obstructed when the shutter is raised.
For width, you must also add at least 30 mm to both sides of the glass. However, the door handle can limit the width you like. Ideally, the shutter should fall within the door handle.
The rolling door can be mounted on a wooden door or a metal door. For metal doors, you need to design a “metal screw” to connect the metal door.
All of our blinds (blockout roller blinds) can be specified to be mounted in the door frame (RECESS) or on the wall (FACE). When you decide to do this, be sure to measure if the handle is an obstacle.
For external installations, it is usually sufficient to measure approximately 100 mm wide on both sides. The greater the width you specify, the better your privacy, thermal insulation and lighting control. For height, specify approximately 50 mm above the top of the frame.
Blinds – how to install
The roller blind is easy to install and we are sure it won’t take too long. Be sure to read all of the instructions below.
You need to:
1) Electric drill
3) Phillips screwdriver (head screwdriver)
4) Flat head screwdriver
5) Screw box
6) A pencil
How to fix your media?
Concrete, brick or plaster:
If you are drilling concrete, brick or plaster, you must use a masonry drill with a diameter of 5.0 mm. You also need a 1″ (8 gauge) stud and Phillips screw.
Wood or steel:
If you are drilling wood or steel, use a 3 mm diameter high speed steel drill bit. Usually in wood, you can fix the screws in the wood without pre-drilling.
If you are drilling a tile, cover the drill with tape. This prevents the drill bit from slipping.
1) Collect tools and open the package for the blind.
2) Remove the shadow from the package and position the mounting brackets provided in pairs. Look at your awning and see which side the controls are on.
3) The bracket is used with the control side of the blind (one side with the chain) and the second bracket is used with the rotor side (see Figure 5).
4) Always install the mounting bracket so that the inner surfaces face each other. It is important to install the bracket so that the blinds (blockout roller blinds) are level when installed.
5) Determine where to place the shutter. Support can be placed in three different ways:
The inside of the frame (recessed) is mounted on one side of the window opening.
The inside of the frame (recessed) is installed at the opening of the top of the window (roof).
Outside the window frame (face adjustment).
6) Mark the hole with a pencil using the blind bracket provided as the hole template. Make sure the bracket is level enough to move the blinds up and down.
7) Drill and screw the bracket into place.
8) simply by holding the parts on the opposite side of the string first and then keeping the side of the chain in place.