The Spring Lock Roller Blind System were developed to provide excellent performance over a wide range of window blind sizes, fabric weights and fabric thickness. The manufacturing process does not involve the use of adhesives or sewing and always produces a clean and professional finish to the blind.
The two systems are designed for progressively larger and heavier blinds and the diameters of the sprockets for the control chains increase accordingly to enable larger blinds to be operated with the minimum physical effort. Each system is offered with a choice of metal or plastic control chain, blind specifiers have a choice of complementary systems when considering any commercial project.
SpringLock roller tubes and bottom bars are designed with patented longitudinal fabric fixing slots of varying widths. The manufacturing method used ensures that the fabric will remain firmly attached to the roller and will not become detached in normal use. The varying widths of the slots allow fabrics of various thickness to be accommodated easily. An added benefit of the slots is that they increase the rigidity of the tubes, enabling blinds to span wider openings without the risk of the tubes ‘whipping’ when the blind is operated. The same fabric location method is used for fixing the fabric to the bottom bar eradicating the possibility of loose fabric, producing a clean and professional to the blind.
The safety - first end cap locking system prevents the blind from coming out of its brackets if the blind is operated incorrectly. These end sets have mounting brackets which are truly 'universal'. They can be top face or side fixed and can be used for blinds with left hand or right hand controls. The ease of instantly switching end sets from one end of the roller to the other is an added benefit, plus the problems of having blinds supplied with the controls on the wrong side, or with the wrong brackets, are overcome.