- Vistamatic Ltd(BetweenGlassBlinds™) -

New contemporary colour collection from BetweenGlassBlinds™

BetweenGlassBlinds™ has extended its range of integrated blind systems and shading solutions with the launch of its new manual magnetic system, giving more options to end users.

The contemporary colour collection offers even greater aesthetics, with the border and magnets matching the colour of the blind. Available in a range of 10 popular colours, lift and tilt magnets are equipped with guide rails and stoppers to ensure they only move the required distance, providing smooth, user-friendly operation.

The system also allows for a greater viewing as the blinds are incredibly compact when raised, providing a clean and neat appearance.

The new BetweenGlassBlinds™ system incorporates all the benefits of the rest of the range, offering a versatile, stylish and maintenance free product. Mark Nash, Director at BGB says: “Our new collection of blinds has all the great performance qualities of the rest of our blinds, but the colour-matched magnets offer a superb finish suitable for public and commercial buildings, as well as domestic properties.”

BetweenGlassBlinds™ is exhibiting its full range of integrated blind systems and shading solutions, including the new colour collection, at FIT Show 2019. Visitors can find them on Stand P1, next to the entrance to Hall 6.

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Vistamatic Ltd(BetweenGlassBlinds™)

First developed in the early 1970’s VISTAMATIC® has been providing glazed secure vision panels to architects around the world for over 40 years. Each panel is made to specification by a production team with a combined 75 years of experience in the glass and glazing industry.

The VISTAMATIC® name is derived from two words “Vista” the Italian word for view and “Matic” an abbreviation of the word “Automatic” meaning instinctive, impulsive etc.

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