Terms and Conditions

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS 

BY accepting a Quotation from the Supplier, the Customer agrees to be bound by these General Terms and Conditions of Trade. 

1. DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS
1.1 Definitions 
In these Terms and Conditions of Trade: 
Additional Charge means: - 
(a) fees or charges for additional work performed at the Customer’s request or reasonably required as a result of the Customer’s conduct, calculated in accordance with the Supplier’s then current prices or hourly rates; 
(b) expenses incurred by the Supplier, at the Customer’s request or reasonably required as a result of the Customer’s conduct. 
Business Day means a day that is not a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday in the place where the Services are principally being carried out or the Products provided. 
Conformity means the Products are acceptable in appearance as set out in the Acceptable Levels of Variation in the Product as set out in Schedule C and changed from time to time. 
Delivery means when the Products are transferred to the Customer either by physical delivery or to the customer’s agent or assignee. 
GST means Goods and Services Tax as defined in A New Tax System (Goods and Services) Act 1999. 
Guide to Unpacking means Guide to Receiving and Unpacking the Product as set out in Schedule D and altered from time to time. 
IBS means the Internal Blind system. 
IGU means Insulated Glass Unit. 
Intellectual Property Rights means intellectual property rights at any time protected by statute or common law, including copyright, trademarks, patents and registered designs. 
Order means a purchase order for Products or Services placed by a Customer in response to a Quote and as varied in writing from time to time by the parties. 
Products mean any Products supplied by the Supplier including those supplied in the course of providing Services. 
Quote means a written description of the Products or Services to be provided, an estimate of the Supplier’s charges for the performance of the required work and an estimate of the time frame for the performance of the work. 
Services means the services to be provided by the Supplier to the Customer in accordance with a Quote and these Terms and Conditions. 
Supplier means the entity specified as the supplier of Products or Services on the Quote and includes the Supplier’s agent and permitted assigns. 
Terms and Conditions means this document. 
TV20 means the Tilt Only Function with Manual Turn Knob unit. 
Warranty Application Form means the form in Schedule A 
Warranty Claim Form means the form in Schedule B. 
1.2 Interpretation 
In these Terms and Conditions, unless the context otherwise requires:- 
(a) a reference to writing includes email; 
(b) the singular includes the plural and vice versa; 
(c) a reference to a clause or paragraph is a reference to a clause or paragraph of these Terms and Conditions; 
(d) a reference to a party of these Terms of Trade or any other document or arrangement includes that party’s executors, administrators, successors and permitted assigns; 
(e) where an expression is defined, another part of speech or grammatical form of that expression has a corresponding meaning; 
(f) headings are for ease of reference only and do not affect the meaning or interpretation of these Terms and Conditions; and 
(g) if the date on which any act, matter or thing is to be done falls on a day which is not a Business Day, that act, matter or thing:- 
(i) if it involves a payment other than a payment which is due on demand must be done on the preceding Business Day; and 
(ii) in all other cases, must be done on the next Business Day. 

2. AGREEMENT TO BUY AND SELL 
In consideration of payment of the price specified in the Quotation, the Supplier agrees to sell and the Customer agrees to buy the Products on the terms and conditions of this Agreement. 

3. ENGAGEMENT OF SUPPLIER 
(a) These Terms and Conditions apply to all transactions between the Customer and the Supplier relating to the provision of Products and Services, including all quotations, contract and variations. These Terms and Conditions take precedence over conditions contained in any document of the Customer or elsewhere. 
(b) The variation or waiver of a provision of these terms or a party’s consent to a departure from a provision by another party is ineffective unless in writing signed by the parties. 

4. QUOTES 
(a) The Supplier may provide the Customer with a Quote. 
(b) Unless specifically included in the Quote, the Quote does not include delivery. 
(c) Following provision of a Quote to the Customer, the Supplier is not obliged to commence work until the Quote has been accepted in writing or by e-mail by the Customer, with deposit paid. 
(d) An indication in a Quote of the timeframe for the provision of the Products or Services is an estimate only and is not a fixed timeframe. Subject to any obligations in respect of consumer guarantees under the Australian Consumer Law, this estimate is not binding upon the Supplier. 

5. ACCEPTANCE OF QUOTE 
The Customer may accept a Quotation either in writing or by email. Acceptance shall be deemed to be an agreement by the Customer to be legally bound by this Agreement. 

6. COMMUNICATION 
a) It is the responsibility of the Customer to provide the Supplier with all contacts relevant to the approval of all parts of this project at the commencement of the Job. Any delays caused by not providing the Supplier with contacts including but not limited to contacts for design approval and site procedures may incur an Additional Charge. 

7. VARIATIONS 
(a) The Customer may request that its Order be varied by providing a request in writing to the Supplier. A request for a variation must be agreed to in writing by the Supplier in order to have effect. 
(b) If the Customer wishes to vary its requirements after a Quote has been prepared or after the placement of an Order, the Supplier reserves the right to vary the Quote to include any Additional Charge in respect of any extra costs incurred or additional work carried out due to the variation, in accordance with its then current charge rates. A revised Quote issued by the Supplier in respect of the required variation supersedes the original Quote. If the revised Quote only specifies additional work the Quote for that additional work will be in addition to the immediately preceding Quote for the Products and/or Services. 
(c) The Supplier has an automatic extension of time for the provision of Products or Services equal to the delay caused by the variation. 

8. DELIVERY 
(a) Delivery times are estimates only and the Supplier is not liable for any late delivery. (b) Delivery will be deemed to be made when the Products is unloaded at the deliver address. 

9. INVOICING AND PAYMENT 
The Customers must pay a deposit of 50% of the Price to the Supplier to confirm the Customer’s order. The Customer must pay for the Products in full prior to delivery or dispatch of the Products from the Supplier’s premises. 

10. STANDARD OF MANUFACTURING 
The Supplier manufactures to Australian Standards and produces documentation in the Supplier’s standard formatting at the sole and unfettered discretion of the Supplier. Any requirements in addition to the standards may incur an Additional Charge. 

11. ACCEPTANCE OF PRODUCTS 
(a) If the Customer fails to advise the Supplier in writing of any fault in Products or failure of Products to accord with the Customer’s Order or Conformity within 48 hours of delivery, the Customer is deemed to have accepted the Products and to have accepted that the Products are not faulty and accord with the Customer’s order. Nothing in this paragraph affects the Customer’s rights for any alleged failure of a guarantee under the Australian Consumer Law. 
(b) Any claims or disputes by the Customer in relation to an invoice must be notified in writing to the Supplier within 7 days from the date of the invoice. 

12. TITLE AND RISK 
Risk in the Products passes to the Customer immediately upon delivery. 

13. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS 
(a) The Customer indemnifies and agrees to keep indemnified the Supplier against all Losses incurred by the Supplier in relation to or in any way directly or indirectly connected with any breach of any other Intellectual Property Rights in relation to any material supplied by the Customer to the Supplier. 
(b) Unless specifically agreed in writing between the Supplier and the Customer, all Intellectual Property rights in any works created by the Supplier on behalf of the Customer vest in and remain the property of the Supplier. 
(c) Subject to payment of all invoices due in respect of the Products or Services, the Supplier grants to the Customer a perpetual, non-exclusive license to use the works created or produced by the Supplier in connection with the provision of Products or Services under these Terms and Conditions for the purposes contemplated by the Order. 
(d) All photos provided by the Customer to the Supplier become the property of the Supplier and may be used by the Supplier for marketing and promotional purposes. 

14. ASSIGNMENT 
The Customer is not to assign, or purport to assign, any of its obligations or rights under these Terms and Conditions without the prior written consent of the Supplier. 

15. DEFAULT BY CUSTOMER 
(a) Each of the following occurrences constitutes an event of default: 
(i) the Customer breaches or is alleged to have breached these Terms and Conditions for any reason (including, but not limited to, defaulting on any payment due under these Terms of Trade) and fails to remedy that breach within 7 days of being giving notice by the Supplier to do so; 
(ii) the Customer, being a natural person, commits an act of bankruptcy; 
(iii) the Customer, being a corporation, is subject to:- 
(b) a petition being presented, an order being made or a meeting being called to consider a resolution for the Customer to be wound up, deregistered or dissolved; 
(c) a receiver, receiver and manager or an administrator under Part 5.3A of the Corporations Act 2001 being appointed to all or any part of the Customer’s property and undertaking; 
(d) the entering of a scheme of arrangement (other than for the purpose of restructuring); and 
(e) any assignment for the benefit of creditors; 
(iv) the Customer purports to assign its rights under these Terms and Conditions without the Supplier’s prior written consent; 
(v) the Customer ceases or threatens to cease conduct of its business in the normal manner. 
(f) Where an event of default occurs, except where payment in full has been received by the Supplier, the Supplier may:- 
(i) terminate these Terms and Conditions; 
(ii) terminate any or all Orders and credit arrangements (if any) with the Customer; 
(iii) refuse to deliver Products or provide further Services; or 
(iv) retain (where applicable) all money paid on account of Products or Services or otherwise. 
(g) In addition to any action permitted to be taken by the Supplier under paragraph (b), on the occurrence of an event of default all invoices will become immediately due and payable. 

16. TERMINATION 
In addition to the express rights of termination provided in these Terms and Conditions, a party may terminate these Terms and Conditions by giving 30 days written notice to the other party. Notwithstanding a party terminating, any existing orders will be completed in accordance with these Terms and Conditions. 

17. EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY 
(a) The Customer expressly agrees that use of the Products and Services is at the Customer’s risk. To the full extent allowed by law, the Supplier’s liability for breach of any term implied into these Terms and Conditions by any law is excluded. 
(b) All information, specifications and samples provided by the Supplier in relation to the Products or Services are approximations only and, subject to any guarantees under the Australian Consumer Law, small deviations or slight variations from them which do not substantially affect the Customer’s use of the Products or Services will not entitle the Customer to reject the Products upon delivery, or to make any claim in respect of them. In this regard and not in limitation to the previous sentence the supplier provides Products in accordance with Conformity. 
(c) Except as set out in clause 22, the Supplier gives no warranty in relation to the Products or Services provided or supplied. Under no circumstances is the Supplier or any of its suppliers liable or responsible in any way to the Customer or any other person for any loss, damages, costs, expenses or other claims (including consequential damages and loss of profits or loss of revenues), as a result, direct or indirect of any defect, deficiency or discrepancy in the Products or Services including in their form, content and timeliness of deliveries, failure of performance, error, omission, defect, including, without limitation, for and in relation to any of the following:- 
(i) any Products or Services supplied to the Customer; 
(ii) any delay in supply of the Products or Services; or 
(iii) any failure to supply the Products or Services. 
(d) Any advice, recommendation, information, assistance or service given by the Supplier in relation to Products and/or Services is given in good faith and is believed to be accurate, appropriate and reliable at the time it is given, but is provided without any warranty or accuracy, appropriateness or reliability. The Supplier does not accept any liability or responsibility for any Loss suffered as a result of the Customer’s reliance on such advice, recommendation, information, assistance or service. 
(e) To the fullest extent permissible at law, the Supplier is not liable for any direct, indirect, punitive, incidental, specific, consequential damages or any damages whatsoever including, without limitation, damages for loss of use, data or profits, arising out of or in any way connected with the provision of or failure to provide Products or Services, or otherwise arising out of the provision of Products or the Services, whether based on Terms and Conditions, negligence, strict liability or otherwise, even if the Supplier has been advised of the possibility of damages. 
(f) The Australian Consumer Law may give the Customer certain guarantees. Where liability for breach of any such guarantee can be limited, the Supplier’s liability (if any) arising from any breach of those guarantees is limited: 
(i) with respect to the supply of Products, to the replacement or repair of the Products or the costs of resupply or replacement of the Products; or 
(ii) with respect to Services to the supply of Services again or cost of resupplying the Services again. 

18. INDEMNITY 
The Customer indemnifies and keeps indemnified the Supplier, its servants and agents in respect of any claim or demand made or action commenced by any person (including, but not limited to, the Customer) against the Supplier or, for which the Supplier is liable, in connection with any Loss arising from or incidental to the provision of Products or Services, any Order or the subject matter of these Terms and Conditions including, but not limited to any legal costs incurred by the Supplier in relation to meeting any claim or demand or any party/party legal costs for which the Supplier is liable in connection with any such claim or demand. This provision remains in force after the termination of these Terms and Conditions. 

19. FORCE MAJEURE 
(a) If circumstances beyond the Supplier’s control prevent or hinder its provision of the Products or Services, the Supplier is free from any obligation to provide the Products or Services while those circumstances continue. The Supplier may elect to terminate this agreement or keep the agreement on foot until such circumstances have ceased. 
(b) Circumstances beyond the Supplier’s control include, but are not limited to, unavailability of materials or components, strikes, lockouts, riots, natural disasters, fire, war, acts of God, Government decrees, proclamations or orders, transport difficulties and failures or malfunctions of computers or other information technology systems. 

20 WARRANTIES (a) To activate and validate this warranty, the Customer must complete and return to the Supplier the Warranty Application Form and provide 3 good quality photos of the installed Products within 60 days of receipt of the Products. 
(b) All warranties in clause 20(d) are effective only from date of receipt of the Warranty Application Form and photos by the Supplier. 
(c) The Supplier reserves the right to repair or replace any item covered by this warranty. 
(d) The Supplier warrants that the IGU component the Products will be free of defects for 7 years, the IBS for 2 years and the TV20 for 5 years, all subject to the terms of this clause 20. 
(e) After the expiration of the warranties in 22(d), the Supplier is not liable under this warranty to cover any costs relating in any way whatsoever to damage repair or replacement of the Products. 
(f) Any parts repaired or replaced under this warranty are subsequently warranted only for the remaining unexpired warranty period applicable to the original Products. 
(g) This warranty will be void if the original units are not paid for in full. 
(h) The warranty is void if any changes, modifications, additions, or attachments are made to the Products without the written consent of the Supplier. 
(i) This warranty does not apply to defects or damage resulting from: 
(i) Improper use or installation and/or use or installation not in strict accordance with the Supplier’s instructions and specifications; 
(ii) Improper or inadequate maintenance; 
(iii) Unauthorised modification or alteration of the Products; 
(iv) Neglect, misuse or abuse of the Products; 
(v) Exposure to corrosive elements or incompatible Products; 
(vi) Wear and tear caused by multiple installations and dismantling; 
(vii) Incorrect storage or handling, including but not limited to failing to comply with the Guide to Unpacking; 
(viii) Normal wear and tear; 
(ix) Exposure to wind speeds exceeding the design rating; 
(x) Damage arising from the failure of support components supplied by others; 
(xi) Damage arising from the failure of support components such as posts, walls, existing buildings and shipping containers; 
(xii) Damage arising from foundation or anchorage failure, unless the foundations or anchors are installed by the Supplier; 
(xiii) Freak acts of nature; 
(xiv) Damage caused by items or Products inside or near the Products; 
(xv) Explosions, sabotage, accident, embargoes, riots, civil commotions, terrorist activities, acts of war (whether declared or undeclared), and war (whether declared or undeclared); 
(xvi) Vandalism or intentional damage, whether by the Customer, its associate or a third party; (j) The Customer shall notify the Supplier in writing detailing any defects for which a warranty claim is being made. The Customer must: 
(i) Submit a detailed Warranty Claim Form which must include: 
(a) A detailed description of the alleged defect or damage 
(b) The cause of the alleged defect or damage 
(c) Ten good quality detailed photos taken in accordance with this warranty 
(d) Additional photos and close-up photos of the alleged defect or damage 
(ii) Provide the Supplier with: 
(a) Any information or detail relating to the warranty event requested by the Supplier (b) Access to any property on which the Products is situated 
(c) Access to the Products and any damaged or defective parts 
(iii) Allow the Supplier to take and remove any damaged or defective Products or part of Products, to allow for further investigation and testing. 
(k) Cooperate with all reasonable requests from the Supplier. (l) All claims made will require a full site inspection by the Supplier at the Customer’s expense. 
(m) This warranty is given by the Supplier, whose details are: 
(i) Name: IG Blinds ABN 77624694499 
(ii) Business Address: Unit 10,15 Industrial Ave Qld 
(iii) Phone Number: 07 55970864 
(n) Despite clause 17(f), if for any reason the Australian Consumer Law applies to the supply of the Products, the Supplier gives the following statement to the Customer: “Our Products come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the Products repaired or replaced if the Products fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.” 
(o) The benefits to the Customer given by this warranty are in addition to other rights and remedies of the consumer under a law in relation to the Products or services to which the warranty relates. 

21. OTHER MATTERS 
(a) These Terms and Conditions are governed by the laws of Queensland and each party irrevocably submits to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Queensland. 
(b) These Terms and Conditions and any Quotes and written variations agreed to in writing by the Supplier represent the whole agreement between the parties relating to the subject matter of these terms. 
(c) These Terms and Conditions supersede all oral and written negotiations and communications by and on behalf of either of the parties. 
(d) In entering into these Terms and Conditions, the Customer has not relied on any warranty, representation, or statement, whether oral or written, made by the Supplier or any of its employees or agents relating to or in connection with the subject matter of these Terms and Conditions. 
(e) If any provision of these Terms and Conditions at any time is or becomes void, voidable or unenforceable, the remaining provisions will continue to have full force and effect. 
(f) A party’s failure or delay to exercise a power or right does not operate as a waiver of that power or right. 
(g) A notice or other communication required or permitted to be given by one party to another must be in writing to the address shown on a Quote (or as varied pursuant to these paragraph) and delivered personally, sent by pre-paid mail to the address of the address specified in the relevant Quote; sent by facsimile transmission to the facsimile number of the addressee specified in the relevant Quote, with acknowledgement of receipt from the facsimile machine of the addressee or sent by email to the email address of the addressee specified in the relevant Quote with acknowledgement of delivery. 
(h) A notice or other communication is taken to have been given (unless otherwise proved) if mailed, on the second Business Day after posting; or if sent by facsimile or email before 4pm one Business Day at the place of receipt, on the date it is sent and otherwise on the next Business Day at the place of receipt. 
(i) A party may only change its postal or email address or fax number for service by giving notice of that change in writing to the other party. 




 

TOLERANCES AND CONFORMITY (Attachment 1) 
Any evaluation to be done on IG Blinds internal blind systems is to be based only on observing of the blind positioned inside the double glazing. 
The evaluation concerns only elements visible on the blind, and doesn’t concern in any way the quality and/or type of the utilized glass. 
To evaluate its conformity: 
The internal blind system has to be installed vertically, needs to be lowered with the slats at 45°, needs to be observed from at least 2 meters with a horizontal line of observation not highlighting the areas of possible not conformity before the evaluation. It needs to be examined with diffuse natural light and without direct sunlight. 

 

1. SLATS 
IG Blinds internal blind system with a venetian blind considers a distance from the 
Side spacer of 3,5 +/- 1 mm. this allows a free upwards and downwards movement and 
A free orientation movement of the blind. 

 

2.
Concerning the models of the Venetian blind with raising function, also considering the tolerances of the cords (together with other plastic and aluminium components present in the function mechanism of the blind) it is possible that some minor misalignment will occur between the bottom rail and the head rail particularly in high and narrow blinds. 
It needs to be mentioned that the thermal excursions can provoke retirement and enlargements of the cords and of the slats ladder, which in conjunction with the weight of the bottom rail can provoke effectively differences such as a bottom rail being lifted or a blind apparently higher than normal. 
These circumstances are to be considered completely normal and don’t affect the conformity of the Venetian blind that is to be considered as such and can’t be measured in absolute terms. 
This inclination are allowed and defined based on three different positions of the blind 
Low Position +/- 2 mm 
Intermediate Position +/-6 mm 
High Position +/- 7,5 mm 

 

3. 
Thermal excursions can cause small nonhomogeneous in the, 
packing of the slats ladder, but this is to be considered normal in venetian blinds. 

 

4. 
It is, therefore, clear that during the raising and the lowering of the blind all the slats don’t take the correct position respect immediately to the others and that it’s reached after the automatic overturning at the low end of the run or once the raising is completed on the top end. 
This appears acceptable if the number of the slats in a non-correct position in respect of the whole blind is not greater than 2% (occurring in a continuing and constant way). 
The blinds in the internal blind systems are therefore produced considering what above to compensate this natural tolerance of the components. 

 

5. SLATS AND BOTTOM RAIL 
The maximum flexure of the of the slats and bottom rail, taking as reference the median point between the extremities, is indicated considering the width of the blind. 
The result is therefore a tolerance within the parameters below: 
Blind inferior of 1.5m width: 4mm 
Blind with a width between 1.5m and 2.5m: 9mm 
Blind with a width bigger than 2.5m: 14mm 


 

6. 
The orientation of the slats allows to regulate the control of light coming in from the external environment; 
this is made possible by the slats ladders together with the internal mechanism which allows the closure or aperture of the slats. 
The closing angle can’t be inferior to 60° considered in respect to the orthogonal axis of the internal glazing plate, 
There are also additional tolerances to consider regarding this closure related with the height of the blind itself. 
Until 1m: 55° 
Higher than 1m: 50° 
The slats must overlaps of at least 1mm with a maximum closing angle of 60 degrees. 

 

7. 
A minimum angle of 90° must be guaranteed with respect on the longitudinal axis of the slats. 

 
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8. SLATS PARALLELISM 
The maximum excursion of the slats with respect to the horizontal position cannot be inferior of 2 mm executing the measurement in different points of the glazed glass with horizontal slats. 

 
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9. 
The maximum excursion of the slats with respect to the horizontal position cannot be inferior of 2 mm executing the measurement in different points of the glazed glass with horizontal slats. 

IT’S IMPORTANT NOT TO SEE ANY OBJECTS FROM THE OUTSIDE FOR AN AREA OF AT LEAST 15 CM BELOW THE HORIZONTAL LINE 

Please note: blinds nearby, even of identical dimension, can have a different degree of closure between each other, and this is to be considered completely normal considering what is explained above regarding tolerances. This behaviour could be more prominent in the high and narrow blinds. 

 

SYSTEM TV22VOPN TILT ONLY FUNTION WITH MANUAL TURN KNOB 

1. TOLERANCES FOR MODEL TV22VOPN TILTING FUCTION WITH MANUAL TURN KNOB 
In the system TV22OPN the distance of the slats from the side spacer is equal to 3mm+/- 1mm. These tolerances are considered in compensation of possible linear thermal expansion of the aluminum. 

 

2. CORDS AND SLATS LADDER 
Because of thermal excursion, caused by climatic changes, the regression of the slats ladder can cause, in the TV22VOPN system, a light flexion of the bottom rail (being connected to side spacers with specific stops) that can reach the following parameters: 
2 mm for blinds with width inferior to 1 m 
5 mm for blinds with width bigger than 1 m 
Finally regarding the orientation of the slats in the system TV22VOPN, it is to be considered normal the first slats are of the higher part (which support the orientation of all the others thanks to some specific stops). 
This might assume a different inclination compared to all the other ones until the slats are not completely closed in a sense or the other. This behavior can be more evident in blinds of big dimensions. 

 

CONFORMITY 

SLATS 
The evaluation has to be done observing the internal blind from this position: 
* at least 2 mt from the blind 
* only from the inside towards the outside 
* in an erect and frontal area (orthogonal) 
* in conditions of diffuse and natural light without direct sunlight or direct artificial sunlight 
* without a prior identification of the sections potentially object of the notification 

DEPOSITS ON THER SLATS/STAINS OR DIRT ON THE FABRIC, HEAD RAIL, BOTTOM RAIL, END OF SLATS AND/ON FABRIC, SPACERS 
Inclusions, bubbles, stains anomalies in the covering of dimension inferior or equal to 3 mm are not considered defects. The local concentration of eventual inclusions, bubbles, points, stains, point-shaped residuals and superficial, etc., Is allowed if it doesn’t provoke a visual disturbance when observing the blind as specified above and if not greater than 3mm. Light scratches or other signs on the fabric are expected if just visible and if their size is not greater than 30mm. The length of the single scratch cannot be greater than 30mm. 

CENTRAL PART OF THE BLIND 
Inclusions, bubbles, points, stains anomalies in the covering of dimensions smaller or equal to 2mm are not to be considered defects. The local concentration of Inclusions, bubbles, points, stains, point-shaped superficial residuals is allowed if it doesn’t provoke a visual disturbance when observing the blind as specified above and if not greater than 2mm. Light scratches or other signs on the fabric are accepted if just visible and if their size is not greater than 30mm. The length of the single scratch cannot be greater than 15mm. 

SLATS END 
We remember that the rubbing of the slats on the side spacers during the movement of the blind can sometimes cause a deposit of dark dust (aluminium powder) due to the rubbing of the two parts. This problem has been addressed with the use of special lateral caps and by the use of a slat of 12,5 mm in the kit of 20 mm, 22 mm and 27 mm. 

 

ANNOTATIONS 

A, The IG Blinds internal blind system is built to be installed in a perpendicular double glazing and on a horizontal floor. 

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B, The IG Blinds internal blind system is not to be stored or glazed in a inclined position as it can cause: 
• the slats failing to rotate 
• the breakage of the slats ladders 
• the tangling of the cords 
• the damage of the internal glass 

C, The IG Blinds internal blind system can be used for glazed glass and tilting units at the condition that the blind is not operated with the internal blind system inclined. In tilting windows, it is necessary to raise the blind before any tilting. 

D, The IG Blinds internal blind system can be used in double glazed installed on doors only in if these are equipped with special end-run shock absorbers. 

APPROVED COMPATIBLE GLAZING SEALANTS 

Where the application of the Product (unit) is structural glazing, or if it is a stepped unit, the Product must be made with silicone secondary seal, and glazing must comply with the industry standard. 

1. For weather sealing Insulated Glass Unit butt joints, only Dow Corning 991 Silicone High 

2. Performance Sealant or Dow Corning 995 Silicone Structural Glazing Sealant are approved. For structural glazing, only Dow Corning 995 Silicone Structural Glazing. Sealant is approved. Where units are manufactured with a polysulphide secondary seal, silicone must not come into contact with the polysulphide as the two products are not compatible. Any other types of sealants must be checked for compatibility with the components of Insulated Glass Units and approved by IG Blinds. 

3. The Product at the time of delivery was undamaged and free from any defects. 

4. The Product is protected from contact with wet cement, hard foreign objects, metals and materials likely to cause abrasive damage. 

5. The installation of the Product is in accordance with AS/NZS 4666 which requires a minimum edge cover of 12mm plus an edge clearance of an additional 3mm. In addition to the installation, the design and maintenance of the Product is in accordance with AS/NZS 4666 and any specific correspondence pertaining to this installation. Setting blocks made from EVA, EPDM, PVC and/or recycled plastic or rubber must not be used in installation. Aromatic synthetic material must be avoided, e.g. polystyrole “PS”, acryle butadienstyrole copolymere “ABS” or any other polyblends or copolymers. Major sealant manufacturers advise they are not compatible with polysulphide and silicone. The selection of product is in accordance with Australian Standard AS 1288. Setting blocks recommended are those made from polyethylene “PE”, polypropylene “PP” or polyamide (reinforced with fibreglass).