Tensioned Roller Blind and Atria Systems

The Astralux 5000 Tensioned Roller Blind and Atria System is designed for use in commercial environments where ease of operation, low maintenance and durability are required.


This solar shading system typically consists of an aluminium roller containing a tubular motor and onto which the fabric is securely fastened and either a slave roller at the opposite end of the blind’s travel or another barrel and motor. In the latter the motors are designed to operate in conjunction with each other to keep the system taut. A range of dimensionally stable materials are available and typically these systems are used to cover large areas or vertical, sloped or horizontal glazing. A range of operating methods and hardware colours are available. See NBS specs here - Internal Use or External Use.


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Motorised Operation

Control options from simple switching to automatic control via environmental sensors and BMS control

Powder Coating

All aluminum hardware can be powder coated to any RAL or BS colour

Shaped Blinds

Shaped glazing can be effectively shaded

Cable or channel guides

Depending on site conditions and blind sizes either cable guides or channels can be used

Relieving rollers

For large blinds or heavy fabrics relieving rollers help to guide the blind and reduce sag in the fabric

The Astralux 5000 Tensioned Roller Blind and Atria System is available in a range of flame retardant black-out fabrics:

  • Screen
  • Dim-out
  • Black-out
  • Energy saving
  • Heat reflective
  • Metallised

All fabrics are flame retardant to BS5867

Tensioned Roller and Atria Blind Systems - System 5000

Full spec brochure on tensioned roller blind and atria blind systems, manual and electric operation

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