For inquiries about Luxaflon Baffle Ceilings, please contact:
Ceilings by Design
17 Bonz Place, Seven Hills, NSW, 2147
Ph: 02 9620 9655
For inquiries about Luxaflon Inverted Rib and Ceiling 84R, please contact:
Marco Perez, TProjects
Ph: +61 40 604 5143
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Saving time and money
Merger is a low-cost automated solution for price-sensitive projects.
Merger Switch consists of an AC 240 volt switch motor solution, and is applicable for 3 position hardwire wall switch or automation projects. It is operated by a 1 or 4 channel remote control, and used for single or linked blinds.
Merger Remote Quantum 37
The Merger Remote Quantum 37 is a 12 volt DC motor solution for projects where small blinds are used. Blinds as small as 450mm wide can be automated, and each blind comes complete with a 12 volt DC transformer that enables user-pluggable installation of the blind motor.
The 1 or 4 channel remote control comes with a wall-mounted clear holder, and blinds can be grouped together or individually operated.
Merger Remote Quantum 50
The Merger Remote Quantum 50 is an AC 240 volt motor solution. The 1 or 4 channel remote control comes with a wall-mounted clear holder and blinds can be grouped together or individually operated.
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Indoor Environmental Quality
Hunter Douglas is committed to meeting the growing demand for healthier, more sustainable products. Meeting the rigorous and comprehensive standards for low emissions of VOC's, our GREENGUARD® Certified and GREENGUARD® Gold Certified fabrics contribute to the overall indoor air quality and general health of a building space.