9W - Ad hoc longitudinal systems

for Roman, Venetian, Austrian curtains

9SW - Longitudinal system ad hoc The scheme of one of the possible variants:the one with manual operation and counterweight.The system is configured here:- with a Roman curtain- without supporting truss- with 5 lifting points.
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Winter Olympics Turin 2006 The structure of support and containment of the big curtain endowed with motorized mechanisms of Swag curtain ...
... and of Venetian curtain that uses a 9SW - Longitudinal system ad hoc with 26 lifting points.
Sala San Luigi A motorized system of Roman curtain without Truss ...
... that uses a 9SW - Longitudinal system ad hoc with 10 lifting points.
Michel Sardou, ''Bercy 2001'' A circular Roman curtain with a motorized opening ...
... realized with four synchronized 9SW - Longitudinal systems ad hoc ...
... with 10 lifting points each.
They can be used for Roman curtains, Venetian curtains and Austrian curtains.
Each cable of each lifting point is equipped at the top with a pulley which deviates it laterally to:
- a plate that connects all the cables to a single operating cord (manual systems);
- a winding drum equipped with a groove for each cable (motorized systems); the drum can be positioned laterally or in the centre.
Bearing structure
- rectilinear
- shaped (half-round, polygon, etc.)
- horizontal bottom edge
- shaped bottom edge (except for Roman curtains)
Manual systems
- not counterbalanced
- counterbalanced
Motorized systems
- with fixed speed
- with variable speed

Video & Documentation

Small Venetian curtain

Gigantic venetian curtain: test of closing

Ifema, ''Malinche''

Roman curtain, opening test

This material was used for...

Ifema, ''Malinche''

Operetta, zarzuela, musical

Laura Pausini, ''Greatest Hits World Tour''


Michel Sardou, ''Bercy 2001''


Renato Zero, ''Amo Tour''


Sala San Luigi

Curtains for multi-purpose settings

Teatro Municipale - Upper hall

Curtains for multi-purpose settings

Winter Olympics Turin 2006, curtain


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