Resistant fabrics for curtains, awnings and blinds

The fabrics in Vertisol’s polyscreen brand range have been designed to offer the greatest resistance and protection both for the Contract sector and for residential use. They are resistant technical fabrics for curtains, awnings and blinds that comply with the most demanding fire regulations and are free from components such as phthalates and fibreglass.

They are designed for both indoor and outdoor use and the vast majority of the polyscreen brand fabrics are IMO certified, making them suitable for nautical use.

polyscreen fabrics are entirely manufactured by Vertisol, allowing us to know and control their composition and thus guarantee that they do not contain any harmful substances either in the fabrics themselves or in their manufacturing processes.

polyscreen brand fabrics are certified as products with low volatile substances emissions. Therefore, they contribute to reducing the risk of health problems. This is why polyscreen is positioned as a brand of resistant fabrics for curtains, awnings and blinds for all types of environments.

Resistant, healthy and efficient fabrics

polyscreen fabrics are not only well-known because they are highly resistant fabrics, but also because their thermal properties are listed in international software databases for calculating energy savings, such as IDA ESBO, Edibatec and BIM. They also contribute to buildings being awarded points under sustainable building assessment schemes such as LEED, BREEAM, DGNB, BBC and PASSIV HAUSE. Their environmental product declaration (EPD) is also available.

Vertisol polyscreen fabrics are designed with a clear objective: to provide maximum well-being for people while also taking care of the environment. This is why choosing polyscreen means choosing a healthy, sustainable and resistant fabric.

At Vertisol we believe that the use of sustainable products both in architectural element as well as in interior designs is the key to guaranteeing maximum well-being for people.  

Similarly, creating sustainable buildings helps us to preserve the environment, a concern that we at Vertisol have been working to achieve since day one.