Solarglide Dual 24 twin roller blinds allow two styles of blind material to be showcased and operated on one single marine window. By combining two different materials into one single cassette design, the user has access to 24-hour window shading. Dual 24 screens offer a high level of window coverage during both daytime and night-time hours.
Create a truly unique blind for your vessel by selecting from our large range of fabrics and solar films in the ‘Colour Collections’ section below, this includes solar film, dimout fabric, blackout fabric and recycled ocean plastic fabric. We also offer two operating systems, dual sidewinder chains with cable guides (one chain on the left side and the other on the right) or our popular dual double pulley system (with or without additional cable guides). Both systems allow the blinds to be set at any position on the window; furthermore, one roller blind can be retracted away whilst the other is in use and vice versa. The Dual 24 screen is suitable for small to medium windows onboard (the maximum height and width available for Dual 24 screens is 1400mm x 1400mm) Non Cassetted twin rollers are available for larger windows, with maximum width of >3500mm
Aluminium cassettes, bottom rails, and any additional profiles are white or light grey as standard, alternative powder coated RAL colours are available upon request. Optional cable guides can be added to the double pulley system mechanism if the window are sloped for additional stability against the glass.
Twin roller blinds offer twenty-four-hour shading for ship windows, providing both solar protection and privacy for dedicated crew members working onboard. When installed on the bridge area, this practical shading solution offers sun protection during voyages and additional ship security when in port; the privacy blinds can be moved into position when the vessel is not moving. Choose from a twin cassette housing a dual roller, or a non cassetted solution – both styles available as manual or motorised.
Solarglide dual twin roller blinds are a truly unique product for cruiseliner and ferry windows, giving passengers and crew the ability to change light conditions in their suites or cabins. Suitable for most ship windows including the bridge area, clients can choose between solar film, dimout fabric, blackout fabric or sustainable ‘ocean plastic’ fabric. For the bridge area we recommend a solar screen combined with a blackout screen for twenty-four-hour protection, and for cabins and public spaces we recommend the combination of a dimout screen with a blackout screen. When married together with a choice of practical operation mechanisms, this product can be fabric and profile colour matched to any cruise or ferry interior.
Solarglide Twin roller blinds for oil rigs and offshore platforms allow light levels to be controlled when worker shifts are interchangeable, staggered or if they take place during the night. Having unprotected exposed windows after a night shift may hinder the ability to sleep, leading to prolonged repeated tiredness on future shifts. Twin roller blinds not only control light, but they allow crew members to create a night-time environment in their accommodation areas, even if its bright sunshine outside. Solarglide’s twin roller blinds allow for a good unbroken sleep which is essential for crew working in hazardous or dangerous marine environments.
The advantage of having a twin roller blind in a crane cabin is that the sunscreen can be used for daily operations, combating both glare and heat and improving operator visibility. Then on an evening or after a shift when the crane is no longer in use, the sunscreen can be stored away and replaced with a privacy screen to keep the crane both private and cool ahead of the next shift. Twin roller blinds offer all day protection for crane cabins, making the interior temperature of the cabin much more comfortable for the crane operator, thus improving productivity and general safety.