Retractable Insect Screens for Windows
£54.00 + vat
Our retractable insect screens for windows are manufactured to your bespoke ordered dimensions ready to be fixed to your windows for instant fly protection.
The insect mesh is kept retracted in the slimline cassettes, when not in use making the screens almost invisible against the window frames, and once the discreet insect mesh is in position it won’t spoil your view.
The retractable insect screens are easy to install and form a fully sealed unit to the window frame or reveal – helping to keep out all flying insects. Our retractable insect screens are our best selling fly screen for windows and doors and by buying directly from the manufacturer we can offer you great trade prices.
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RETRACTABLE INSECT SCREENS
Retractable insect screens for windows bespoke made to your dimensions, easy to install and operate, almost invisible against window frames and suitable for openings up to 1800mm high.
EASY VIEW MOSQUITO MESH
The roller fly screens have the new ‘EASY VIEW’ mosquito mesh which has 18/16 strands that will keep out most types of flies, mosquitoes, wasps, bees, spiders etc and it is available in the grey decor colour. Our ‘EASY VIEW’ mesh allows excellent visibility with good airflow which will help to keep your rooms cool.
All our retractable insect screens now come with Sunox mesh as standard which is naturally antibacterial. Sunox mesh filters the air, preventing the formation of germs and bacteria and reducing the presence of polluting particles in the air.
The end caps are a slim contoured cap that fit seamlessly onto the cassette, along with the unique expansion springs that are used for reveal fitting.
Nylon components and aluminium frames ensure trouble-free operation and long durable life.
You can choose to have handles, pull cords, or no base bar components at all and just use the decorative channel for operation
An optional internal brake that slows down the spring return of the mesh. This is especially useful where children may be using the screens or if the height of the mesh is greater than 1000mm as it will prevent the mesh from snapping back into the cassette and causing possible damage to the mesh seam if it is accidentally released.
The retractable insect screen can be assembled with handles to draw the mesh out of the cassette, or if you want a more streamlined look the groove where the handles slide can be used to operate the screen
Again there is a choice to have a pull cord or this can be left out of the unit, the image shows the pull cord with the standard end pull
STANDARD SIDE GUIDE
Our standard side guide comes with an integral brush pile to create the seal with the fly mesh
If you live in a windy area then consider having our interlocking wind pile installed, the filaments lock into the mesh to help hold it in position in windy conditions
This is used where there is no window sill to seal to, the base bar is screwed to the window frame and the roller fly screen sits within it
Our standard base catch comes in white to match the cassette and sits on the external of the side guide. The catch is adjusted by turning the brass screw, just in case your window sills aren’t flat, this catch is recommended for use with the midge mesh
There is the alternative internal catch which fits neatly into the side guide but isn’t adjustable
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How do our retractable insect screens for windows work?
The insect mesh is inside the aluminium cassette out of view and is kept taut by spring tension inside the cassette. The handle bar holds the base of the mesh and allows you to pull the mesh out of the cassette and down over the open window.
From the head of the cassette down to the window sill are two side guides, which allow the mesh to travel along and also creates a seal to help prevent any flies from entering your room.
Once the mesh has been drawn into position, the handle bar is held in place by clips which are fixed into the side guides, these hold the mesh in place until you are ready to close the screen.
When you release the handle bar from the clips the retraction spring takes the mesh back into the cassette.