Honeycomb blinds provide insulation

Still air over fields and meadows, shimmering heat over asphalt roads and packed open-air pools.  Even cooler rooms steadily heating up. The only option seems to be to pull down the shutters. But on a lovely summer's day who wants to sit in the dark?

Internal sunshade systems such as honeycomb blinds offer an ideal, long-term solution.

Regulate heat – Honeycomb blinds for a better indoor climate

Honeycomb blinds are ideal for keeping the indoor climate stable all day long.

The honeycomb-shaped air cavities between the pleated fabric panels form an insulating layer. From the very start of the day, this prevents the room temperature from rising and stops strong sunshine from overheating the room.

In bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom too honeycomb blinds ensure a pleasant climate. Harness the positive effect of the pleats as you sleep, cook and wash. With the wide range of colours and patterns, you can create a real eye-catcher.

The wonder of honeycomb blinds

  • Effective filtering of UV radiation.
  • Effective protection from heat ans cold.
  • Reduction of window surface area thermal absorption by up to 78%* in summer.
  • Energy saving can be up to 250W/m².
  • Energy efficiency: up to 46%* less heat loss in winter.
  • This enables heating energy savings of up to 51 %*.

* Fraunhofer IBP study ESB-004/2011 HOKI


DUETTE® Works wonders - Benefits at a glance

The honeycomb blinds have an outstanding effect on the indoor climate in the winter as well. The insulating layer protects rooms against cold just as it does against heat. It keeps the freezing temperatures out and helps to save heating energy.

Privacy & anti-glare screening

Noise insulation

Protection against cold

Protection against heat

Aesthetic sound insulation

Honeycomb blinds are ideal for the acoustic retrofitting of offices, meeting rooms, doctor's surgeries and rooms in the home. The Duette® fabrics dampen the sound in the room – by up to 45 percent, as confirmed by the Fraunhofer Institute. They reduce the unpleasant reverberation created by concrete, glass and metal surfaces. By doing so, they improve the indoor climate.