All You Wanted To Know About Venetian Blinds In Detail

All You Wanted To Know About Venetian Blinds
30 Jun 2020
All You Wanted To Know About Venetian Blinds

Venetian Blinds were invented first by the Hunter Douglas Group in 1946. Launched in 50mm, Hunter Douglas pioneered further innovation in window blinds by launching the 35mm Venetian Blinds in 1963 followed by the introduction of 25mm Venetian Blinds in 1979.

What are the functional features of Venetian blinds?
  • Easy installation Venetian blinds offer easy installation and operation with manual or motorised control. Venetian blinds can be very easily mounted on wall or on face of the window.
  • Light control Venetian blinds are developed for optimum daylight and glare regulation.
  • Highly compatible Venetian blinds are compatible with any kind of rectangular shaped windows.

What are the material & design benefits of Venetian blinds?

Venetian Blinds by Hunter Douglas are:
  • Manufactured with the best materials and paint systems in conjunction with automated assembly methods. This process ensures high durability of the blinds.
  • Available in a wide range of design possibilities - colours and colour coordinated components. 

What are other features of Venetian Blinds?
  1. Durable slats for long term usage in public areas
  2. Sleek design optimised to the requirement of indoor usage
  3. Superior light control in rooms to create a perfect environment of work and leisure
  4. Wide options of colours and designs easily fit into any interior space design

The Venetian blinds slats are made up of the following composition

Venetian blinds' slats have an unique composition giving it a high tensile strength and non-deforming properties due to which the slats bounce back to the original position without losing their shape even if mishandled.

How to operate Venetian Blinds?

Hunter Douglas Venetian blinds come with the options of the following control systems:
  • Standard Manual System
  • Motorisation- A motorised blind is operated by a 24VDC power supply which can open or close the shades. Light can be regulated using the tilting function controlled from either a switch or a remote.