Plastic cord loop and bead chain tension device.
Works with cut bead chain that use a connector to join the ends and with continuous cord loops.
DOES NOT WORK WITH CONTINUOUS BEAD CHAIN LOOPS.
Attaches to the wall or trim.
Mounting screws, drywall anchors and instructions are included.
If not installed properly, the tension device will render your window covering partially inoperable. This complies with the Standard for Safety of Window Covering Products (ANSI/WCMA A100.1-2018).
Available in clear, white and black.
|What's Included||Tension device, screw anchors, mountings screws and instructions.|
|Can a Connector Pass Through Tensioner?||Yes|
|Material Tensioner Accepts||ChainCord|
|Blind Type||Cellular / Honeycomb / Pleated Shade, Panel Tracks, Roller Shade, Roman Shade, Sheer Shade, Sheer Vertical Shade, Vertical Blind, Woven Wood Shade|
|Brand||Used by Multiple Brands|
|Product Line||Used by Multiple Product Lines|
|Country of Manufacture||China|
|Processing Time||1 Business Day|
|Shipping Origin||Colorado Springs, CO|
|Eligible for Free Shipping on Orders Over $100||Yes|
|Warranty Information||90 Days|
|Eligible for a Return||Yes|
Window coverings that operate with continuous cord or bead chain loops are a strangulation hazard to kids.
- Limiting access to the cord or bead chain loop is a simple way to make these window covering safer for kids.
- Free hanging loops should be attached to the wall or floor using ANSI/WCMA compliant Tension Devices.
- If your loop already uses a tension device make sure that it is installed so that there is tension on the loop.
- Make sure that tension devices are installed securely to the wall or floor using the appropriate fasteners and anchors.
- For window coverings that use a size #10 bead chain you can replace your bead chain loop with a rigid bead chain restraining device.
- It is safest to replace corded window coverings with cordless window coverings with inaccessible cords (look for “Best for Kids” certification label), or remove corded window coverings.
- Move all cribs, beds, furniture, and toys away from corded window coverings, preferably to another wall. Children can climb furniture to reach cords.