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Child Safety locks & labels - blind chains -Wholesale 1000 pk

Child Safety locks & labels - blind chains -Wholesale 1000 pk

All prices include postage anywhere in Australia.

$ 900.00 AUD
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Pack of 1000 child safety locks and warning labels suitable for blind chains.

This wholesale pack is ideal for handymen, maintenance companies, blind compliance companies, and real estate agents who do high volume of blind compliance to keep in line with the new blind compliance safety laws introduced in January 2015.

These locks are suitable to secure a blind chain to the wall with tension. Each pack of 1000 also comes with the correct installation screws and PRODUCT CHILD SAFETY SWING TAG AND CLIP. All prices include postage anywhere in Australia.

Child safety blind locks are often used for vertical blinds and roller blinds that are operated with a chain.  Click here to see what a vertical blind is.  Click here to see what a roller blind is.

Postage anywhere in Australia.

Please contact the office on 02 43248800 if you would like an invoice up front and would prefer to do a direct deposit.  Goods will ONLY be dispatched when paid for in full up front.

To read more about the Mandatory standard for Blinds, Curtains and Window Fittings from the ACCC, click here.

These locks are ideal to install and bring older blinds, self installed blinds, or blinds in rental properties up to the correct safety standards.
  • 1000 clear plastic child safety locks
  • 1000 screws
  • 1000 child safety swing labels
  • 1000 child safety clips to secure label to blind

The Product child safety swing tap and clip is to Australian blind industry standards as instructed by the ACCC.  It is on white background with black writing and states:

WARNING: Young children have died by wrapping loose curtain and blind cords or chains around their necks.  Secure cords or chains with cord guides or keep them out of reach by winding them around a cleat.  Move cots and furniture away from window covering  cords or chains.   Do not remove this label.  WARNING.

The child safety locks are 40mm x 9mm.  There are 1000 of each in this pack.  The Product Safety swing tags are 62mm x 42mm.  They come with a plastic tag clip, which allows you to clip the tag to the blind.  Please note: we reserve the right to substitute this product with a product of equal value that also complies with the safety standards.  We will do this if there is a supply issue from our end.

PLEASE NOTE: These locks are suitable for chain controlled blinds.  If you have cord controlled blinds (which are usually on Venetian or Roman Blinds) please see our Child Safety Lock & Label blind cords. Please also note installation instructions on the ACCC website in regards to height the corded internal window covering must be installed in such a way that a loose cord cannot form a loop 220 mm or longer at a height of less than 1600 mm above floor level.

In 2010, the ACCC in Australia has introduced new national Consumer Product Safety Standard for Corded and Chained Internal Window Coverings.  This initiative is designed to reduce the risk to young children from wrapping loose curtain and blind cords or chains around their necks and choking.

 

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