Return: The amount of drapery that covers the distance from the face of the rod to the wall. A general rule is to add ½” to the projection to avoid fabric binding. Exact return distances are given for each Graber traverse rod.
Projection: The distance from the wall to the front of the rod.
Clearance: The distance from the wall to the back side (inside) of the rod.
Recommended Weight Limits for Traverse Rods
Super Heavy Duty: Up to 84” – 1 ½ lbs./foot; with two or more center supports - 2 lbs./foot
Over 84” – 1 lb./foot; with two or more center supports - 1 ½ lbs./foot
Decorative: Up to 84” – 1 ½ lbs./foot
Over 84” – 1 lb./foot
Heavy Duty: Up to 84” – 1 lb./foot; with two or more center supports – 1 ½ lbs./foot
Over 84” – ½ lb./foot; with two or more center supports – 1 lb./foot
The Slide Ring is made of a strong molded construction. The wide buttons glide smoothly and silently.
The Inside Rod Section of the Traverse Rod telescopes for easy adjustment.
The Outside Rod Section is roll-formed to precision tolerances.
Finials have a distinctive classic design, molded to coordinate with rod styles and colors, and are vacuum metallized to match the rod finish.
End Brackets are a hidden style and fit the rod contours perfectly. Their small raised nibs fit the hole in the rod section for precise location. A projection extender is available to add 2” to the rod projection.
The Hidden Bracket does not require a set screw and holds the rod firmly in place.
The Overlap and Underlap Arm enables the master slide arm to adjust to three positions for an exact drapery fit.
The Cord Tension Pulley keeps the cord taut. There is a hinged base for floor or wall mounting, and are furnished with all Decorative Traverse Rods.
The Slide Gate permits easy removal or addition of slides to the rod.