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Roller Blind Guide

Components of a Roller Blind

Key

A: End Cap
B: Bracket
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C1: Idle End / Clutch Pin End
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C2: Control End / Sidewinder / Clutch Drive
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D: Roller C-Clip Sorry, we don't stock roller C-Clips
E: Tube
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F: Operating Chain
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G: Breakaway Chain Connector
H: Bottom Bar
I: Bottom Bar End Cap
J: Bottom Bar
K: Fabric Sorry, we don't stock roller fabric

Sizes of Roller Blind

To determine the size of your roller blind, you must first remove the blind from the window.
Most Louvolite blinds can be removed by lifting the end with the chain up, whilst pulling it towards the idle end.

Once you have removed the blind from it's brackets, you need to remove either of the two end parts. These should just slide out.

You should now be able to see what the tube looks like, use the table below to help determine what size your roller blind is.

After you find which size it is, you may wish to look at the technical specifications on the right to see an exploded diagram of your blind.

Size

End Profile

Side Profile

Dimensions

18mm

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Outside Diameter: 18mm

25mm

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Outside Diameter: 25mm

28mm

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Outside Diameter: 28mm

32mm
(System 32)

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Outside Diameter: 32mm

Technical Specifications

40mm
(System 40)

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Other 40mm Profiles Exist

Outside Diameter: 40mm
Inside Diameter: 38mm

Technical Specifications

45mm
(System 45)

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Outside Diameter: 45mm

Technical Specifications

45mm Decorquip

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Outside Diameter: 45mm

Technical Specifications

Louvolite
System 55

Unavailable

Outside Diameter: 55mm

Sorry,
we don't stock this size.

55mm Decorquip

Unavailable

Outside Diameter: 55mm

Sorry,
we don't stock this size.

We're sorry if this table has not helped you determine what size your roller blind is.
Please feel free to contact us with a picture of your tube so we can give you specific advice.  

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How to Change the Chain of a Roller Blind

Different sidewinders have different methods of disassembly, however most can be disassembled using a similar technique to the one shown in this video: