Spring Roller Hardware Specifications


Standard Heavy-Duty Spring Lift System:

Standard Heavy-Duty Spring Lift Mechanisms are mounted in 1-1/2" diameter metal rollers.  Romanzia spring mechanisms roll smoothly on ball bearings and are easy to stop and release. Spring rollers are furnished with universal locking brackets.

Bracket Sizes
Standard Bracket Dimensions 


Intermediate Bracket Dimensions 

Extension Bracket Dimensions 



Optional Advanced Spring Roller System:

Advanced Spring Rollers have a controlled lift speed and an adjustable, automatic stop mechanism.  To lower the shade, pull the hembar down to the place you want it to stop and let go. To raise the shade, pull the hembar down about an inch and release - the shade will glide slowly up to its preset upper limit.

Shades are pre-mounted on a headrail or in a cassette system. Headrail or cassettes are then mounted using snap-on brackets.

Tension and Stops are pre-set at the factory but can be easily adjusted on site. Available with either side or front tension and stop adjustments. 





Bottom-Up Roller Shades
Can be made with Customers Own Material or In-House Fabrics. A spring roller at the bottom keeps the shade in constant tension while the hem is lifted with a cord through a locking pulley at the top of the window. 
























Window Covering Cord Safety Alert

Please be aware that the lift cords and bead chain control loops used in many window covering products, including our Clutch Roller Shades and some of our Roman Shades, present a potential strangulation hazard, particularly to young children.

To address this important issue in part, the window covering industry has adapted the American National Standard for Safety of Corded Window Covering Products. The latest version of that Standard, ANSI/WCMA A100.1-2012, is now in effect.

Romanzia has always taken product safety seriously and we have always done our best to meet or exceed all Industry Safety Standards including product testing, product labeling, product education, and the use of accessories like bead chain tension devises that are compliant to the Standard.

The lift cords on the back of Romanzia's Roman Shades are fitted with safety shrouds between the pleats to prevent hazardous cord loops from forming. Each Roman Shade design has been tested using the Hazardous Loop Testing Procedure, Assembly, and Probe described in Appendix D of the American National Standard for Safety of Corded Window Covering Products (ANSI/WCMA A100.1-2012). The test results show that no hazardous loop can form from the shrouded cords on the back of the Roman Shades described in Romanzia's 2013 Catalog and Price List.

All Romanzia products that are made to be operated with a bead chain control loop are packaged with a tension devise that is compliant with the American National Standard for Safety of Corded Window Covering Products (ANSI/WCMA A100.1-2012). Before any product with a bead chain control loop is shipped, a tension devise is attached to the bead chain in such a way that "unless properly installed or altered from the shipped condition with a sequential process or tools, it prevents the window covering from operating".

For complete safety, parents and caregivers should consider cordless window coverings alternatives like our Spring Roller Shades, Cordless Roman Shades, Motorized Shades, or Panel Track Shades.