We produce custom insect screens that are individually tailored to the size and shape of your window or door. During production, we maintain a manufacturing tolerance of no more than 3mm to ensure that the final product fits perfectly and provides effective protection against insects.
Windows with shutters
If you have windows with shutters, you must make sure that there is a minimum distance of 18 mm between the window frame and the shutter rails, so that our fly screens fit into this distance. If the distance is not sufficient, you can mount the fly screen on the outermost rails in a pinch, but you should make sure that there are no roller shutter stoppers in the way. If neither of these works, you can purchase our click system. However, you must have windows with surface offset frames for this.
If you are still unsure, feel free to send us photos of your windows. We will then be happy to help you and give you recommendations on which fly screen or click system will best suit your windows.
How do I enter the measurements correctly
Before ordering, please measure your windows from the inside and give us the actual width and height from seal to seal. Please note that we will add an additional aluminum profile of 5.2 cm for both width and height. So please do not measure the final product size, but the actual size from gasket to gasket.
We have provided an explainer video on our homepage that can help you measure your windows. If you still have questions or need further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to assist you.
Insect screen variants
If you are looking for an insect screen pleated blind with drilling, you can choose between two variants: an 18mm profile and a 25mm profile. However, keep in mind that a 25mm profile also allows for a barrier-free pass-through profile.
If you have windows with roller shutters, you need to make sure that there is enough space between the window frame and the roller shutter guide. If there is not enough space, you can alternatively use the click system. However, please note that the click system does not work with all windows.
Before choosing the click system, it is advisable to contact us to make sure it is suitable for your window.
Step 1: Make sure the window or door frame is clean and dry. Remove any dust, dirt or debris from the surface where you plan to attach the Plisstek system.
Step 2: Remove the finished Plisstek system from its packaging and remove any protective film from the adhesive strips on the back.
Step 3: Position the Plisstek system at the desired location on the window or door frame and press firmly. Use the double-sided tape provided to hold the system in place.
Step 4: Attach the Plisstek system to the frame using the four screws provided. Make sure the screws are tight to prevent the system from slipping or falling.
Step 5: Verify that the Plisstek system is working properly by extending and retracting it and making sure it is running smoothly.
Step 6: Place the included lids on the screws to protect them from dirt and weather and to create an aesthetically pleasing appearance. Gently press the lids onto the screws to make sure they are tight.
Installation for skylights:
1.Measure the dimensions of the fly screen pleated window and mark the position of the corners on the wall.
2.Use a spirit level to make sure the marks are level and straight.
3.Drill a hole in the wall large enough for the screws at each marked corner.
4.Insert dowels into the holes.
5.Place the ALU frame of the fly screen pleated blind on the wall and align it.
6.Fasten the frame with screws to the prepared holes at each corner.
7.Check if the fly screen pleated blind works properly by opening and closing it.
8.If the fly screen pleated blind does not work properly or does not align properly, check the alignment of the assembly and make adjustments if necessary.