Pellini screenline integral blinds gone are the old venetian blinds which were a very popular product until we all had to clean them. Today we have the benefit of venetian blinds inside the sealed units of bifolding doors. Using small venetian blades and sealed in integral units they have become the cleanest way to provide shading to a window or door. Pellini certainly have created a great product often used in hospitals where maximum cleanliness is required. Integral blinds look great in any situation.
Integral blinds – C system
Magnetically controlled blinds contained within the sealed unit ensure sealed unit integrity. An external magnet attached to the glass, connects with the internal magnet to operate the blind controls within the sealed unit. The external magnet is operated either by cord control or a fixed knob controller. The cord controls are attached approx 1000mm from the top of the unit. This cord is normally silver and held tight by the bottom sprung loaded retaining guide. This ensures the cords are straight and level to the side of the frame. The integral blinds are raised, lowered and tilted easily. The cord control is best fitted after all construction work is complete keeping the cord and controller clean.
Integral blinds – M system
Controlled by an electric motor and grouped to operate several integral blinds at exactly the same time. The installers will fit the motorised integral blinds into the product, it is best to arrange an electrician to be present whilst installing these blinds so the cabling can be put in place correctly and to allow the professional installation of the electrics. Once wired in these motorised blinds can be operated by a simple switch, remote control, ipad or iPhone. Applications for which are all available. Without doubt this is the ultimate way to operate integral blinds but it also is the most expensive mode of operation too.
Integral blinds – P system
Integral blinds are contained within the sealed unit and by using the magnetic controls the units are still fully sealed. A solar cell is attached to the outside of each blind to collect daylight and enable this power to operate the blinds. A receiver is attached to the inside of each unit and the blinds are then operated by a remote control. All of the blinds receiving the instruction from the remote control will raise or lower at the same time. They will not however operate at exactly the same speed as one solar cell may provide more or less power than another causing some units to appear lazy in their operation. These blinds still look great so sit back and watch your blinds adjust automatically.
Integral blinds – colour options
- Integral blinds – S157 silver
- Integral blinds – S156 bright sparkling sliver
- Integral blinds – S155 light grey
- Integral blinds – S149 beige
- Integral blinds – S142 pale blue
- Integral blinds – S130 pale green
- Integral blinds – S125 creamy white
- Integral blinds – S106 pale yellow
- Integral blinds – S102 bright white
- Integral blinds – S159 anthracite grey