Great practicality and exceptional looks
A roller blind unit is made up of an aluminium or steel shaft and, rolled around it, a fabric blind. Privacy and light are regulated by lowering and raising the blind, which can hold itself in place at minute increments.
Practical: draw the blind down whenever you need extreme privacy and protection from glare. In order to expose the window and let in lots of daylight, open the blind completely. The cassette variant additionally protects the rolled-up blind from dust.
Top standards for custom requirements
We manufacture both the hardware and the fabrics of our roller blinds to the highest of standards. Their clear, straightforward style lets them fit discreetly into your home environment. In domestic living rooms, kitchens and bathrooms and in commercial premises MHZ roller blinds provide functional, textile privacy screening and shade from the sun.
The choice of blind fabric is key to the degree of screening and protection from the light. With a range of different transparency levels, textures and colours, the fabrics create a unique effect and bespoke atmosphere. There are also special fabrics suitable for use in damp locations such as kitchens and bathrooms and in commercial premises.
- Made to measure to your specification
- Can be fitted into the glazing bead
- Simple operation, electrically or manually
- Blind position can be finely adjusted
- Highly variable translucency
- Up to four metres wide
- Hardware in RAL colours possible
- Collection features large choice of colours and highly varied textures
Roller blinds are predominantly suited to rectangular windows and doors in the home or commercial premises. The made-to-measure MHZ roller blinds can also be used for large windows, glass frontages and skylights.
Our roller blinds can be easily operated manually. Dependent upon model variant, by chain, cord, soft spring or operating handle/rod and crank. Most models can also be operated electrically – some via a battery-powered drive system.
Central pull cord
Mains- or battery-powered drive
With many possible fitting variants, MHZ roller blinds adapt flexibly to your installation situation. They can be fitted by bracket mounting to wall, ceiling or in a recess or by using a mounting rail. Certain models can be fitted via clamp brackets or the MHZ adhesive set in the glazing bead.
Wall or ceiling mounting
Window sash installation
Glazing bead installation
Installation using adhesive set
Choose the fabric for your roller blind from a collection containing over 550 single colours, decorative patterns, textures and levels of transparency. MHZ offers comprehensive solutions for functional requirements too. In addition to Trevira CS, Perlex and aluminium rear coating and metallising, fabrics made of glass fibre and flame-retardant and anti-bacterially treated fabrics, the roller blind collection also includes fabrics suited to damp locations, to use near computer workstations and with blackout and sound shielding functions. Most MHZ fabrics are also certified with the Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 label.
For the MHZ double roller blinds the collection offers over 80 different woven fabrics in various looks, textures and patterns. A particular highlight of the collection are the exclusive patterns that create 3D effects through a special weaving technique. Most of the fabrics are woven, dyed and treated in Germany.
Roller blind R_03
With the R_03, MHZ is heralding in a wholly new era of the roller blind: a roller blind system that sets itself apart through both its modularity and its sleek, clear style. Developed and made in house, the R_03 reflects the concept of quality manufacture that lies at the heart of the family business. Diverse functions and colour variations, simple operating options and utmost safety standards add to the features of the new R_03.
Contemporary three-dimensional effects
MHZ double roller blind
The double roller blind is a special form of roller blind. A double fabric panel runs in front of and behind the blind tube. The differently aligned blind fabric with the exclusive MHZ patterns produces particularly impressive and sophisticated 3D effects, creating a fascinating play of light at the window and in the room.