Ziptrak® Outdoor Features

Patented Side Spline

Fortified Side Spline

Inspired by sailing. Ziptrak’s patented side spline keeps the blind fabric firmly within the track, allowing the blind system to withstand static wind loads of up to 260km/hr*! With a sturdy PVC core encased by a premium Kedar tape that has been finished with acrylic lacquer to protect the surface from mildew and soiling, this defining feature ensures a smooth and wrinkle-free blind for years to come.

* In local tests conducted with TUV SUD PSB in Singapore.



Designed for the urban Singapore skyscrapers, Ziptrak’s PanoView® system allows blinds to go up to 6m wide, even for high-rise apartments – an industry’s first! For tall orders, Ziptrak® goes up to 4.7m high for manual systems, and up to 6m high for motorised systems.
PestOut® Pelmet

PestOut® Pelmet

With its dual brush insert, this intelligent system not only prevents insects from building nests within the pelmet but also ensures that your blind fabric stays clean. Each time you move the blind, the brushes conveniently sweep across the fabric, effectively removing dirt or debris.
Quality Finish

Quality Finish

Look around and you’ll notice that Ziptrak’s finish is second to none. Ziptrak® blinds are made with such attention to detail that even the tiniest components, such as rivets, are powder coated and matched to give your blind a seamless and neat look. Perfectly complementing your home.

Ultimate Range of Control

Choose between fuss-free manual, or motorised options. Ziptrak® Outdoor blinds are installed with the signature manual Ziptrak® SuperSpring, or motors from Somfy® or Dooya®.

Ziptrak® SuperSpring (Manual Operation)

Manual Operation - By Hand

By Hand

Manual Operation - With a Pull Stick

With a Pull Stick

Ziptrak® Motorised (with Somfy or Dooya Motors)

Motorised Operation - Remote Control

Remote Control

Motorised Operation - Mobile App

Mobile App

Motorised Operation - Smart Home Integration

Smart Home Integration

Motorised Operation - Automated with Weather Sensors

Automated with Weather Sensors