Panel curtains consist of two or more fabric panels that slide on specific guides and have a metal ballast at the bottom so the urtain remains taut. They are usually installed on large glazed surfaces for a modern and very stylish effect.
The panel system consists of a white or silver aluminium rail guide to be fixed to the ceiling. The panels slide with Velcrolined bars with carriages sliding inside the rail tray.
Movement may be:
- with rope and counterweight. In that case, the curtain may open all to the side or centrally, with panels on the right and left;
- with free panel which uses the rail system and means there are no ropes, usually a hindrance for guests, with panels opening laterally or with single panel