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15 April 2009

Reduce your energy costs by using Verosol high performance blinds to control heat gain in the summer, heat loss in the winter, manage glare and yet still permit an external view. Verosol, the global experts in energy reducing blind technology, have just launched EnviroScreen a range of high-performing and yet environmentally sensitive fabrics specifically designed for the commercial use.

Reducing energy use and maintaining a comfortable working environment need not be competing objectives. Help is at hand with Verosol’s range of blind systems using high-performance metallised fabrics providing you with the optimum solution.

EnviroScreen is the latest edition to the Verosol range of high-performance fabrics. EnviroScreen is a robust, screen fabric with a microscopically thin layer of aluminium on the reverse. This patented process provides the blinds with unrivalled performance characteristics, helping to reduce solar gain in summer months and retain heat in the winter. With EnviroScreen fabrics you can also control glare and yet the view to the outside is still preserved.

Due to the metallisation process the performance of the blinds is not colour dependent so you can choose one of the six popular colours to match your requirements. EnviroScreen is PVC and formaldehyde free, is made in accordance with Verosol’s ISO 14001 accreditation and its environmental credentials have been recognised by approval to relevant standards across the world.

Used on one of Verosol’s contract roller systems EnviroScreen can make a significant impact on energy costs and CO2 emissions. To prove the benefit Verosol and its dealers can provide live demonstrations of the efficacy of its products and have even developed a detailed modelling system which will provide the indicative savings based on your current energy costs and the glass used in your building. All modelling is carried out at no cost to you.

Verosol specification experts and their trained dealer network will happily provide advice on solar shading to help you to reduce your energy costs. Please contact us today for a free demonstration and for an energy saving calculation to be made for your premises. Contact details: Derek Sanderson 07878 545830

Verosol UK
PO Box 146
TN16 3WJ

T: 020 7060 0686
F: 020 7060 0687

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