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Material Flame retardant fabric with UV and IR reduction
Control Tensioned wire system
Headrail White steel with white plastic fittings
Brackets Metal top fix brackets, small metal face fix brackets, large metal face fix brackets or adjustable extension brackets
Maximum width 220cm
Maximum drop 260cm
Cleaning Wipe with a damp cloth; do not wash; do not dry clean; do not iron
Stacking height The 'stacking height' is the height of the blind when it is completely pulled up and the pleats are gathered together. The longer the drop, the greater number of pleats and therefore the greater the stacking height.
Measuring Guide for Pleated Blinds
Fitting Instructions for Free Hanging Pleated Blinds
Pleated blinds are practical and economical and are often used in conjunction with tensioned pleated blinds in conservatories.
The fabric of the blind folds in a concertina design to give a compact stacking height so that you get maximum view out of your window when the blind is pulled up.
Free hanging pleated blinds have guide wires which run through the fabric and are attached with springs enclosed within the blind's headrail. This creates a very smooth operation when opening and closing the blind and allows the blind to be stopped at any desired position.
Our pleated blinds are made with a high performance fabric which has a special coating to reflect and filter the light. The fabric significantly reduces the UV (ultraviolet) and the IR (infrared) light. UV is responsible for fading fabrics whilst IR creates heat build up.
They are made with a white bottom bar with an integrated handle.
You may also be interested in our tensioned pleated blinds which feature integrated guide wires which allow them to be fitted to sloping and skylight windows.