SilverScreen 2% Low-E

Simply the highest performing fabric on the globe

  • Highest solar reflectance of 85% provides superb heat and light control
  • Lowest-E fabric provides excellent insulation properties
  • Openness factor of 2% provides clear view-through
  • Excellent solution to reduce cooling and heating requirements in buildings
  • Energy savings and indoor application result in low total cost of ownership
  • Flame retardant
Specification details
Specification details
Thickness (mm) 0.46
Weight (g/m²) 400
Width (cm) 280 (max.)
Composition PVC / Glass – 64% / 36%
Flame retardant EN 13501-1 C-s3,d0, BS 5867 part 2 type B, NFP 92503 M1, NFPA 701, AS/NZS 1530.3 (0-0-0-4)
Environmental Greenguard (LEED), Greenguard Gold, HPD2.1, RoHS2, REACH, Formaldehyde free
Technical details
Technical details colour: White ED01
Solar reflection outside 85%
Light Transmission 3%
Openness Factor 2%
IR emissivity (metal side) 0.03
Solar control double glass (Glazing G EN14501:2021) Colour: White ED01
Light transmission (LT) 3%
G-value / SHGC 8%
U-value W/m²K 0,65
Glare control rating acc. to EN 14501 4
  • Roller Blind
  • Panel Tracks
  • Verticals

SilverScreen. The best performing Solar Screen

Verosol’s 2% Low-E SilverScreen semi transparent has an ultra-fine layer of aluminum, dramatically improving solar energy control, whilst demonstrating excellent view through. Offering ultimate glare control, with an unrivalled solar reflectance of 85%. Specified extensively by architects, Silverscreen is simply the highest performing fabric on the globe.

The metallised backing also creates a uniform appearance from the outside regardless of the colour of the fabric on the inside.

The ultra-thin aluminium coating on the SilverScreen collection provides a spectacular performance improvement in solar control while maintaining excellent view to the outside world. In summer, SilverScreen keeps the heat out with its reflective aluminium layer, which also prevents heat loss in winter. The aluminium layer is like a low-E coating, which results in extremely low radiant power. This leads to significant savings in energy costs (for example, air conditioning, heating) and reduced CO2 emissions. SilverScreen contributes positively towards sustainable building models such as LEED (USA) certification, Green Star (Australia) and Breeam (United Kingdom).

Available in 8 colours

White ED01
Beige ED02
Light Grey ED03
Dark Grey EB02
Black EB01
Dark Beige ED04
Bronze EB03
Steel Grey EC02


Verosol fabrics provide significant energy savings by reducing the need for air conditioning and heating all year round. 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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The ratio or percentage of solar energy reflected by the shading. With Verosol fabric reflection on the aluminium side. Abbreviations: Rs, Rsol. The higher the number the better.


The percentage of open area (pores) to the total area of the shading fabric. These pores are necessary to enable view through. Abbreviation: OF. The higher the number the better viewthrough.


Thermal heat loss (or gain) through a fenestration. The U-value reflects the energy flow through glass and shading when there is a temperature difference between outside and inside, and is the insulating property. Units are Btu/hr-ft²-°F or W/m².K The lower this U-value, the better the thermal heat insulation. The lower the number the better.


The ability of a material surface to radiate (infrared) heat out. Metals in general and specifically aluminium have low IR emitting properties. IR emissivity of; glass is about 0.800, plastics is about 0.900 but a clean aluminium surface has an IR em of 0.15. Therefore metallised fabric has so called Low-E properties. The lower the number the better.


Ratio between the total solar energy transmitted into a room through a window and the solar energy on the window. g-value is the solar factor of the combination of glazing and solar protection device. (EN14501). The lower the number the better.


The ratio or percentage of visible light passing through the shading. Abbreviations: Tv, Tvis. The lower the number the better.