UTOPIA Cassette Frame Blinds - 50 Colours Flame Retardant Shade
7 Day Delivery
Suitable for Commercial Use.
Ideal for medical facilities, schools.
Made to Measure
All Blinds are Made to Measure to your exact requirements.
10 Year Guarentee
Higest Quality Commercial Roller Blinds
Sound Absorbing Fabric to 0.35 D Rating
Chain Operated Blinds - Smooth Operation
All of the sidewinder cassetted blinds come with an enclosed aluminium head-box and side channels as standard. The cassette is designed for top or face fixing and accommodates 32, 45, 53 or 70mm grooved aluminium barrels, depending on blind size and fabric weight. Fabric is locked into groove in barrel, and features aluminium bottom bar with pile seal. A robust Slipstream® sidewinder mechanism provides the effective means of operation with the use of metal control chain, held in place by a chain tidy. Studs fitted at the edge of the fabric retain it within side channels. Black or white hardware as standard.
Acoustic Office | Flame Retardant | Cassette Framed Roller Blinds
Our Utopia Roller Blind in Cherry is simple, stylish and easy to operate. The blind can be easily rolled up or down to achieve the required level of shading. It's highly efficient shield against the heat for improved temperature control and energy savings.
This daylight fabric also provides more benefits beyond the installation. When cutting this fabric, blades will last longer as the dyed fabric doesnﾒt dull blades as fast as coated fabric, due to the lack of dust created. Also, once cut, a dyed fabric will not have white edges, helping to give a more professional look to any project.
The Utopia Roller Blind series is Flame Retardant and available in several beautiful colours to ensure a match for any decor.
What does acoustic mean?
An acoustic fabric is a material that absorb sound and thus reduces echo and reverberation. The Direct Fabrics Utopia range has been tested to ENISO 354 for acoustic absorbtion and has been certified to a 0.35 Absorbtion coefficient with a D rating. This means it is ideally suited for use in the office as an extra benefit to reduce echo as well as offer excellent light control. Features:
- Flame Retardant
- Eco-friendly fabric
- Easy installation
- Certified by SRL laboratories to absorb sound at a rate 0.35 Absorbtion coefficient. D Rating. Whilst mounted with a 100mm gap behind like a roller blind.
- Bead rope works smoothly
- High quality fabric
- Daylight blind, lets light through the fabric to warm the room
- Available in 50 beautiful colors to suit every home style and decor
Further Fabrics Specification
|Flame Retardant Certified Rating||BS5867 Part 2B|
|Delivery||7 Day Delivery|
|Washing / Cleaning Information Face Fabric||No|
|Instructions and Brochure||No|
Piece of paper
For recording your
Someone to assist if your
windows are large .
As this will allow you to get a
rigid full length measurement.
The first step is to decide whether you want your curtains to hang from, whether you go for a curtain track or a curtain pole, both of which should be positioned 15cm (6 inches) above the window and extend 15-20cm (6-8 inches) either side.
You want to measure the total width of the track or pole, excluding the finials as these will not be covered. Then add a small amount on to allow for an overlap of your curtains.
When you are ready to measure, you have to make a decision about where you want the curtains to finish. The choices are whether to go to the sill, below the sill or to the floor. We suggest that:
- Sill length curtains finish 1.25cm (1/2 inch) above the sill.
- Curtains that fall below the sill should finish 15cm (6 inches) below or just above the radiator to stop heat loss.
- Floor length curtains finish 1 - 1.5cm (1/2 inch) from the floor (although you can create a shappy sheak look by having them puddled on the floor, but that is personal preference).
It is essential that you double and triple check your measurements as if you have measured incorrectly your curtains will not fit properly and if they are made to measure / custom drapes they cannot be changed.
Measure the exact width of the recess in three places; at the top of the recess, in the centre of the recess and near the bottom - then take the smallest size.
Measure the exact drop of the recess in three places on the left hand side of the recess, in the centre of the recess and on the right hand side of the recess - then take thesmallest size.
We will take one cm (half an inch) off the finished width size you have given us, to allow for the blind to pull up and down easily. The amount of fabric required will be more than this finished size, This is to allow for fabric hemming.
Measure the width of the actual recess plus an additional amount – Usually from 7cm-15cm (3" - 6") whatever you think looks appropriate.
Measure the exact drop of the recess. The blind would be fitted above the recess, so check the space above and add an amount on to the drop – usually from 15-20cm (6" - 8")
These sizes you have taken will be the size of the finished blind. The amount of fabric required will be more than this finished size this is to allow for hemming.