The features of motorized zip blinds
Thanks to the perforated structure of zip blinds and the zipper teeth, they are much more durable against wind compared to alternative products. The special fabric has been tested and proven to withstand wind speeds of up to 140 km per hour. Not only are they resistant to wind, but they also endure the damaging effects of intense sunlight. With all these features, we can confidently say that zip blinds are truly outdoor blinds.
Zip blinds have an extremely modern appearance and add an elite touch to spaces. With printable fabric, you can have curtains in any color or pattern you desire. You can even have your corporate logo printed on the zip blinds, turning them into advertising tools.
When closed, zip blinds add style to the look of your spaces, and when open, they never disrupt the overall appearance. This is because they neatly gather to the top and their minimalistic design ensures that nothing disturbs the aesthetic view.
Motorized zip blinds are highly ergonomic and user-friendly products. They offer easy usability by integrating remote control, buttons, or automation systems. Optional equipment such as wind sensors or rain sensors can be included for automatic usage. The ability to open and close zip blinds within seconds provides you with an advantage to protect yourself from sudden weather changes.
The motor operates silently and has a long lifespan. Zip blinds can be applied to ceilings and sloping windows as well. Additionally, they serve as a fantastic alternative for glass balconies that open to the sides, eliminating space loss and interruptions in the view caused by joint areas.
Zip blinds protect your spaces and, consequently, you from wind, rain, sun, insects, and prying eyes. Thanks to their wind-resistant and waterproof fabric, they remain unaffected by weather conditions. By preventing direct sunlight from entering the space, they offer a sophisticated lighting experience. Additionally, during the summer months, they significantly reduce the warming of the space by the sun, helping you save on cooling costs.
They also act as insect screens, preventing mosquitoes and bugs from entering. When closed, zip blinds block the view from outside while allowing you to see outside, ensuring your privacy. Moreover, their micro-perforated structure enables all of these features without compromising air circulation, making it a crucial attribute.