FAQ: What is the electric part that operates the curtains called?
This entry was posted 11/01/2024
One of our frequantly asked questions which comes up from our customers is: What is the electric part responsible for operating curtains called? This blog will hopefully demystify this frequently ask question!
Q: What is the electric part that operates the curtains called?
A: The electric part responsible for operating curtains is known as the motor.
Now, let's take a closer look at the inner workings of our electric track systems. These cutting-edge systems utilise a sophisticated drive belt mechanism powered by the motor. This drive belt seamlessly moves along the track, connecting to the master carriers where you elegantly drape the leading ends of your curtains.
By activating the leading ends of the curtains, a carefully engineered tension is created within the fabric. In the case of wave curtains, this tension extends to the connecting string between the gliders. This ingenious setup ensures that as the motor does its job, the rest of the curtain gracefully follows suit.
Our electric track systems are designed with precision to guarantee a smooth and efficient operation. The reliability of the drive belt mechanism ensures that your curtains glide effortlessly, adding a touch of elegance to your space.
To sum it up, the motor takes centre stage as the key component driving the seamless operation of your curtains. Paired with our electric track systems and the trusty drive belt mechanism, you can expect nothing short of excellence in functionality.