Drapery Components

 
 
DraperyComponents-03.png

HARDWARE TRACK

Ensures smooth operation of drapery. Needs to be supported every thirty inches with brackets.

DraperyComponents-05.png

WALL BRACKET

Fastens track to bracket by turning of c-clamp. Adjustable width maintains level and accurate installation.

 
 
 
DraperyComponents-04.png

END STOP

Allows the stationary portion of the drapery panel to remain stable while the drapery traverses.

DraperyComponents-06.png

STIFFENER

Sewn into the leading edge of each drapery panel, used to secure the panel to the master carrier.

 
 
 
DraperyComponents-07.png

CARRIER (FRICTION/BALL BEARING)

Enables drapery to move along track. Stationary panels use friction carriers, traversing panels use ball bearing carriers.

DraperyComponents-08.png

SHOULDER SCREW

Secures the baton and adaptor to the drapery stiffener through the metal grommet.

 
 
 
DraperyComponents-11.png

BATON

Typically 36” long, composed of white fiberglass or clear acrylic. Secures to the drapery stiffener with adaptor and screw. Open loop end for ADA compatibility.

DraperyComponents-12.png

MASTER CARRIER

Leads drapery panel along track. Supports drapery stiffener and baton. Modified for right and left panels.

 
 
 
DraperyComponents-09.png

ADAPTOR

Allows the baton to be secured to the master carrier, and ensures smooth operation.

DraperyComponents-10.png

PIN HOOK

Used to attach pleated drapery to the hardware. The pin is placed behind the pleat and the opposite side is hooked into the ball bearing carriers.

 
 
Callie England