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Free-hanging pleated blinds

There are many reasons to purchase KADECO pleated blinds: decorative yet functional, their sophisticated technology and tailor-made solutions suit almost any style of window.

Thanks to their operating elements, free-hanging systems are particularly well suited to windows that are located high up. The drape can be positioned at any height you wish.


Product information

While tensioned systems are moved by operating rail, free-hanging systems are operated by means of a chain or cord pull.



The upper profile of the free-hanging pleated blind can be fixed with a clip to the wall, the ceiling or on the window frame.

Pleated blind widths

KADECO offers pleats in widths of 20 mm.

Special shapes

Thanks to a wide range of special designs and operating variants, KADECO can provide the perfect solution for almost every window situation. Whether you want to install blinds in a conservatory, under the gable, in rooflights or the ceiling area, the wide range of operating and drive variants provide optimum privacy screens and sun protection, even in confined areas.

Slanted or slope systems are often used in gabled roof areas. A special production process means the drapes can be pulled up fully into the sloping area of the window. A universal-mounted cord lock enables free-hanging slope systems to be operated from every angle. Depending on the type of system used, they can be fi tted in roofs with a pitch of 5 – 60°.

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A smooth move – the new pleated blind chain pull mechanisms

What makes the FK1 and FK2 chain pull mechanisms for free-hanging systems so outstanding is their enhanced comfort and child-safe operation. KADECO guarantees smooth running and infinite adjustment up to a system height of 260 cm with the new cone drive technology. The chain automatically disconnects from the gearbox when the specified operating force is exceeded, which means that they can end as much as 60 cm above floor level without requiring additional fixing for the necessary child safety.

We‘ve got you covered – pleated blinds for your conservatory

Particular thermal conditions prevail in conservatories or under glass roofs. Ceiling systems optimise the indoor climate and can be controlled by operating rod, crank (+ electric crank) or electric motor.