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  • C H I L D S A F E W I N D O W C O V E R I N G S

  • When selecting new window coverings for your home, child safety should be the most important consideration.

    Cords used to open and close blinds present a hazard to young children and need to be secured at all times and out of reach from little hands.

  • CORRECT INSTALLATION Ensure your chain or corded window coverings comply with government regulations, so when installed, check for the following:

    A. Installed with warning label swing tags to remind you of dangers to children.

    B. Installed with the approved chain/cord tensioner or cord cleat that secures the chain or cord out of reach from little hands.

    SAFE SURROUNDINGS Move anything a young child can sit in, stand in, or climb on away from windows that have cords or chains. These include cots, highchairs, beds, sofas, tables, chairs and bookshelves.

    TIP: Also check for loose or looped cords that your child can reach from the floor or by climbing on furniture.

    OPT FOR NO CORDS OR CHAINS

    When selecting your window covering, opt for operating systems which don’t require cords or chains where possible.

    INTERIOR & CELLULAR COLLECTION CHILD SAFETY OVERVIEW

    CHILD SAFETY TIPS To help ensure the well-being and safety of your children and pets, we have collated some simple tips for you.

  • INTERIOR & CELLULAR COLLECTION CHILD SAFETY OVERVIEW

    All Sunway window coverings come with: - Child Safety Warning Swing Tags - Safety Cord Cleats or Chain Tensioners for corded/chain operated window coverings

  • Sunway offers a range of innovative operating systems allowing for complete elimination of cords or chains.

    NEXT LEVEL OF CHILD SAFETY INNOVATION

  • INTERIOR COLLECTION CHAIN & CORDLESS SYSTEMS

    INTERIOR CHAIN & CORDLESS SYSTEMS

    ROLLER BLIND: LIGHT LIFT Complete chain free operation by raising and lowering the bottom rail by hand to any position.

    MOTORISED Effortless operation at the press of a button incorporating the best of technology and design.

    VERTICAL BLIND: TRAVERSING WAND (EAR-LESS WEIGHTS) Simply glide the wand across the track to open and close, then twist the wand to tilt the louvres.

    PANEL GLIDE: WAND Simply glide the wand across the track to open and close.

  • The roller blind can be raised or lowered to any desired position using the bottom rail.

    SIMPLE & EASY OPERATION

    No chain means smaller light gaps reducing the amount of light entering the room.

    SMALL LIGHT GAPS

    EXPERIENCE THE LIGHT LIFT DIFFERENCE...

    Provides a clean & tidy interior look with no fixing of chain tensioners required.

    CLEAN INTERIOR AESTHETIC

    INTERIOR COLLECTION CHAIN & CORDLESS SYSTEMS

  • CELLULAR COLLECTION CORDLESS SYSTEMS

    CELLULAR CORDLESS SYSTEMS LITERISE

    Complete cord free lifting system by raising and lowering the bottom rail by hand to any position.

    MOTORISED SMART MOTION A quiet battery motorisation system allowing your Cellular Blind to be operated with no wiring or electrician required.

    HARDWIRED Hardwired motorisation is a wired operating solution with continuous connection to power. An electrician is required to complete the connection.

  • CELLULAR COLLECTION CORDLESS SYSTEMS

    Sunway Motorised Cellular Blind

    Sunway LiteRise Cellular Blind

  • ©Copyright 2016 Hunter Douglas Limited [ABN 98 009 675 709] Sunway® is a registered trade mark of Hunter Douglas Limited. *All Sunway window coverings that are installed correctly will comply with the Trade Practices

    (Consumer Product Safety Standard – Corded Internal Window Coverings) Amendment Regulations 2010 (No. 1) 10/16