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Recess cassette system

The recess cassette system is a modular system in which the recess profile can be easily and discreetly integrated into the room and a variety of ceilings. The basic recessed profile can be used either to hold an open roller blind or, in other variants, for the integration of an internal cassette.

Product information
Optional recess variants

The inner cassette, which is open at the bottom or edged in different versions, is optionally available as a flush-mounted variant for complete integration into the ceiling. The recess profile can be installed with a cassette open at the bottom and, depending on the installation situation, can optionally be closed using a side cover.

Quick and easy to install

The recess profile is suitable for a wide variety of installation situations with numerous adaptation options for quick and easy installation. It can be integrated not only in suspended acoustic and plasterboard ceiling systems, but also in solid ceilings.

Flexible scope of application

Depending on the system height, the roller blind can be fully retracted and can be used not only on window fronts, but also, for example, as a practical partition or for presentation screens.

The roller blind is then simply added as a module. The cassette system can be combined with both standard and carrier roller blinds, and several roller blinds can even be inserted in one single recessed profile on request.

Perfect integration of architecture and design

In order to integrate the system even better and visually more uniformly into a room, its surface is powder-coated in white matt microstructure.

Flexible internal cassette installation direction

If an internal cassette is being added to the recess profile, it doesn’t matter in which direction the recess profile was installed in the ceiling. This prevents any installation errors. It can be decided on site whether the roller blind fabric is mounted rolling forward (standard) or rolling from the back by turning the inner cassette.




Note: Turning the internal cassette changes the operation side, i.e. the cable exit, of the motorised roller blinds.