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Window, curtain and blind openers

This section includes devices to assist with opening and closing windows, curtains and blinds.

Window openers and closers may be used to open and close windows that may otherwise be unreachable. They may be operated by push-button or infrared , or manually by a long handled winding device.

Powered curtain and blind openers and closers enable curtains or blinds to be activated remotely by either a switch or remote controls.

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Magic Blackout Blinds
Magic Blackout Blinds Supplied on an 8-metre roll that contains 10 perforated sheets each measuring 800mm x 600mm (32" x 24"), these Magic Blackout Bl...
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Window Pull
Long handled window opener with ribbed rubber handgrip.
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Window Opener
Window opening device operated by radio frequency or infrared transmission. Can be linked to a range of switch styles or push-buttons.
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Window Opener
Electric window opener. Comprises: can be installed on wood, aluminium or UPVC windows; the control is usually installed so that it is concealed under...
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Window Master Window Control
Window master window control. Comprises: designed so that a user can open and close windows remotely; uses infrared and a radio receiver.
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Venetian Blind System
Electrically powered Venetian blind system for domestic or commercial use. Comprises: aluminium slats in a range of colours; snap bracket fixing; powe...
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Silent Gliss Curtain Controls
Motorised curtain track system. Comprises: designed for use with light to medium weight curtains; automatic end-of-travel stop; ceiling or wall fix. ...
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Manual Chain Actuators
Range of chain actuators for manual operation of window opening with screwjack handle/s. Options: control for single or multiple openings; mechanisms ...
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Electrically Operated Roller Blind
Powered roller blind. Comprises: fixed position switch or infrared remote operation; aluminium bottom bar; made-to-measure in fabric of choice; range ...
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Curtain Puller
Controller and pull unit enabling user to open and close curtains from anywhere in the room. Operates straight cord-pulled curtains. Unit is wall-moun...
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Automatic Chain Actuators
Range of chain actuators for electric operation of window opening. Options: 230v and 24v options; opening forces from 150N -1000N; opening stroke leng...
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2350 Electrically Operated Roman Blind System
Electrically operated Roman blind system. Comprises: ceiling or wall fixing. Options: single or multi channel remote control.
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If you are unsure about what you need why not try our AskSARA tool to narrow down your search by considering what areas of daily living you need help with.

If you would prefer to speak to someone for advice about daily living equipment, please contact our Helpline on 0300 999 0004.

Our experienced advisors will help you find the solution to your problem and can send you information on products that might help you, where you can buy equipment and other useful organisations that might be able to help you.

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