Rollo SilverScreen white 3 blinds

Fabrics

EXCEPTIONAL REFLECTION. SENSATIONAL COMFORT

Verosol’s collection offers unrivalled performance for comfort inside the building. Enjoy the benefits of daytime privacy without compromising the beautiful view outside. Verosol’s metallised fabrics eliminate glare issues in your building whilst also providing an easily manageable indoor climate with a reduced need for heating and cooling. The highly reflective metallised backing provides effective insulation to windows, significantly reducing heat loss in winter and heat gain in summer.

As architectural design and construction technology has evolved, so has Verosol. Verosol delivers a new generation of metallised fabrics and with a reputation for solar control, aesthetics, occupant’s comfort and sustainability.

The selective use of quality materials combined with Verosol’s expertise in metallisation ensures the best insulation for your building through all seasons of the year. This leads to significant savings in energy costs and reduced CO² emissions. Most Verosol fabrics even contribute positively towards sustainable building models such as LEED (USA) certification, Green Star (Australia) and Breeam (United Kingdom).

As the inventor of metallised fabrics, Verosol has built a strong reputation for the durability of its fabrics. The quality materials and unique processes used to manufacture these fabrics result in an uncompromised end product. The fabrics have excellent colour fastness properties, which resist fading and prolongs the look of your blinds.

Our projects

  • AL HAMRA TOWER

    Al Hamra is the new landmark with its iconic tower heralding a new era of development and prosperity in Kuwait.

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  • HONG KONG JOCKEY CLUB

    The Hong Kong Jockey Club's new Communications & Technology Centre called: Shatin Communications & Technology Centre (SCTC), designed by Arquitectonica, was planned and designed with sustainability in mind from the very beginning. The SCTC building provides excellent internal environment conditions, natural daylight in office spaces and open views towards the racecourse.

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  • 6 PANCRAS SQUARE, LONDON

    The 11 storey building includes two large roof terraces and 31,500 sqm of office space, with retail on the street level. The developers committed themselves to meet the highest sustainability targets.

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  • BARANGAROO TOWER 3

    The Barangaroo Tower 3 is considered as Australia’s building of the decade. At 168 metres tall and 39 levels, Tower 3 offers the ultimate, flexible and modern workspaces. The amazing glass facade required a sustainable solution for solar control and its impact on the temperature inside the building during the harsh Australian weather conditions.

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  • CITY BBVA, MADRID

    The City BBVA is a complex of seven buildings that houses the new headquarters of the Spanish bank Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria. The main building known as La Vela rises in the center of the complex and is 93 meters and 19 floors high. It is located in the Las Tablas neighborhood of Madrid.

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  • OPERNTURM

    One of Germany's first Leed Gold certified buildings, designed to consume 23% less energy, required high performance indoor solar shading.

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  • KAISER PERMANENTE

    Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s medical office building is beautiful and it meets high industry standards for its green design and sustainability.

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  • RIJKSMUSEUM AMSTERDAM

    The Rijksmuseum is a Dutch national museum dedicated to arts and history in Amsterdam. The museum is located at the Museum Square, close to the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and the Concertgebouw. The Rijksmuseum needed a way to handle natural light and view through, both for preserving the works of art and to care for the comfort of the visitors.

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  • UNICREDIT TOWER

    The Unicredit Tower is a skyscraper in Milan, Italy. At 231 meters, it is the tallest building in Italy. The impressive glass facade required a sustainable solution to control solar energy and its impact on the temperature inside the building.

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Why are our products unique?

Verosol is inventor of metallised fabrics and the pleated blinds. This inventor DNA is maintained and guarded within our Verosol labratory. Here we continuously discover new technologies and solutions to improve the properties of our fabrics. Furthermore we control and improve the standards we set for our existing products on view through, reflection and flame retardancy.

Verosol fabrics work because we have applied a nano layer of aluminium on the outside facing side of the fabrics using vacuum deposition. This ultra-thin layer covers only the fibres and leaves the weave and textile properties intact, unlike other methods of application.

CURIOUS ABOUT POTENTIAL SAVINGS?

Each type of fabric has its own solar control values, which means that each variant allows another degree of light and heat. Curious about the potential savings on energy costs for your building?

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Characteristics

TRANSPARENCIES

Imagine a fabric with one-way transparency, allowing you both privacy and a view. Almost any degree of transparency is possible.

SOLAR REFLECTIVE

Imagine a fabric reflecting the light of the sun. This prevents glaring problems while enabling perfect view through.

THERMAL COMFORT

Imagine a fabric reflecting heat or cold, regulating temperature, even making things thermally “invisible”, saving both energy and money.

AESTHETIC

Imagine a fabric with a gleaming, reflective metal surface, giving it a smart, modern, high-tech or even glamorous look.

FLEXIBILITY

Imagine a fabric that is metallised, yet still flexible.

ANTI-STATIC

Imagine a fabric that is anti-static and no longer attracts dust.