Sunkut Systems by Torbay Blinds

The Dutch Blind

Known by various names around the Country such as Bonnet, Basket or Hood blinds, the most common variation is Dutch Blind. The framework is constructed from silver anodised aluminium extrusion (which can also be powder coated to different colours). The extrusion takes a PVC insert to which the fabric of choice is attached.

A retractable Dutch Blind is generally operated by a cord and pulley system secured to a cleat. On larger blinds there are alternative methods. Either a gear and detachable winding handle or electrically operated.

Dutch Blinds come in myriad shapes and sizes - either retractable or rigid dependant on the measurement and style of any individual requirements. The extrusion can also be formed into a variety of curved shapes.

Dutch Blinds can be covered in a vast range of colourways and fabrics including the state of the art 'Telya' which is 100% waterproof and recyclable with welded seams for extra strength.

Nico's Before

Dutch Blind

The Tides Reach Hotel, Salcombe.

Pavillion Bar & Restaurant, Exmouth.

Abbey Confectionery, Torquay 

The Marine, Sidmouth Seafront.

NIco's After

Oggy Oggy Pasty Co, Plymouth 

Bay Sands Hotel, Paignton.

Fabric printed in customer's own design

Veyseys Butchers

 
Torbay Blinds Limited - Registered company number 02497771 - VAT number 631400393
Registered Address: Unit C2 - Broomhill Way, Broomhill Industrial Estate, Torquay, Devon, TQ2 7QL

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