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Another recessed product conceived with Architects and Builders in mind.

The Vanda Recess FLUSHBOX is designed to conceal Roller Blinds above the line of the ceiling, creating a seamless finish, at the wall to ceiling junction. The Recess FLUSHBOX is made from extruded aluminium and has a removable cover plate that conceals the blind from view.

The FLUSHBOX can be fitted after the ceiling linings have been fixed, stopped and painted as the original Full FLUSHBOX has an 8.0mm flange that covers the end of the cut Gyprock/Gib sheet. Builders need to frame out accurately to allow the FLUSHBOX to fit.
A full recess Flangeless FLUSHBOX extrusion and a Part FLUSHBOX extrusion is also available with removable cover plates.

The full recess FLUSHBOX extrusion has endcaps available if required, supplied in pairs.Blinds can be chain control or automated. Trimming of the removable cover plate is required for chain control blinds. FLUSHBOX extrusion and end caps can be supplied in Mill Finish (M/F) or custom powder coated. Extrusions come supplied in 4.2m lengths.

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Part FLUSHBOX is available with either a standard 60mm cover or an extended 80mm cover giving flexibility to achieve a larger recessed cavity if needed.

Installation Options


Questions & Answers

No, not in the ceiling.

4.2mm is standard however we can offer special runs, specifically for large projects. We are able to custom order 150kg minimum runs sizing between 3-6m.

The box is available in Vanda Classic White and Mill Finish, allowing for custom powder coating.

As we have several options available, please refer to specifications, Architectural drawings for each product.

The part box is variable however please refer to our specifications for approximate measurements, please refer to;
VA-PB-101 for single roller
VA-PB-101/1 for double roller
VA-PB-101/2 for two rollers side by side

We will always recommend following the Architects specifications however we recommend solid timber nogging along the top for vertical fixing of the box. If box is fixing above the line of architrave, we suggest the blind box be packed out the same thickness as the architrave. We also recommend you use a set of end caps, whether or not you are going wall to wall.
Where the box is fitting past the line of the jam, we generally line up the end of the box with the outside edge of the architrave or if there is no architrave, you can take the box past the window up to 100mm (variable), this will allow more blind overlap onto the solid wall, helping to reduce light penetration, if that is a consideration. There is however no set distance.

Part Box (please refer to architectural drawing VA-PB-101)

Builders generally like to install the box before the gib ceiling is installed, leave a 2mm gap between the side of the box and the edge of your gib bead. Then
you can remove the box and you stop and paint the ceilings and then put the box back up.
Painters will generally cork the edge, to get a perfect finish. If the boxes ever needed to come out, you will need to cut the cork (because you created a 2mm gap) between the box and the gib, you can then remove the box without disturbing the ceiling.

Yes, we have joiner pins

Yes, if the roller blind that has been specified to go into the box, fits within the dimensions of the box (including the base rail). That detail is up to the blind
supplier. Approximately 3.5m drop is the maximum height (fabric dependant) to comfortably fit a roller blind with base rail above the line of the cover plate.

No, however we do recommend a sewn pocket or wrapped base rail. This will alleviate the base rail hitting the cover plate.

Vanda supply only, the builder would usually install.

Yes, we recommend that end caps be installed on all boxes, besides the part box. It finishes off the product, makes the box more ridged and helps the builder finish the return detail on the gib ceiling.

Bottom corner, where the cover plate will conceal the hole from view ie. if the blind is to be back rolled, then the hole is on the room side, if the blind is to be front rolled, then the hole is on the window side.




Yes, however the cover plate requires trimming down by 30mm.