Screen Fabric

What is Screen Fabric?

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The screen is a state-of-the-art technical fabric, made up of PVC or polyester filaments and fiberglass that, thanks to its enviable characteristics, has become the current undisputed king in the manufacture of technical curtains: roller blinds, Japanese panels, vertical slats, etc.

The Screen is a fabric that allows you to make the most of the entry of light, while effectively protecting us from UV rays.

Its composition of PVC-coated fiberglass or polyester threads works as a sunscreen, letting light into the interior, but not heat or UV rays, serving as protection for floors and furniture.

So much so that the Screen provides between 50% and 100% more light than a conventional blind and offers energy savings ranging from 25% to 34%, both in air conditioning during the summer and heating in winter.

In addition, the Screen fabric enables the rapid and efficient renewal of the air accumulated between the fabric and the glass, thanks to a natural convection process.

Advantages of Screen Fabric

Why we recommend it


Thanks to its composition and its sophisticated manufacturing process, the Screen fabric is extremely durable, almost unalterable over time.

Easy to clean

It can be easily done by wiping it with a damp microfiber cloth or feather duster.


As it is a micro-perforated fabric, the screen allows good visibility to the outside, without altering the colors

No glare

Choosing a suitable degree of opening completely eliminates screen reflections. For this use, an opening factor between 1% and 3% is recommended.

Without maintenance

The screen is extremely easy to maintain. It does not require care or maintenance. Antistatic and repels most dust.

Flame retardant

In case of fire, it does not melt or detach, since fiberglass does not support the flame. The shape of the curtain is preserved and the fire does not spread. In addition, it does not emit toxic gases.

Screen Fabric Options

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Opening factor
The opening factor indicates the percentage of the tissue surface occupied by holes or pores. For example, in a fully opaque fabric, with no perforations, the percentage of the fabric covered by holes is naturally 0%, and therefore 0% is also its openness factor.

The openness factor is also a measure of the amount of light the Screen fabric lets through. It ranges from 0%, for completely opaque fabrics that provide total darkness in broad daylight (commonly used on windows without blinds), to 16% for the most diaphanous fabrics.
For fabrics with a high opening factor, those that allow a lot of light to pass through, very fine fiberglass filaments are used, from 2 to 3 microns, which results in a fairly transparent fabric, but which keeps all its qualities intact. of sun protection.
To achieve thicker or opaque fabrics, the thickness of the threads is increased, adding more PVC. In this way, fabrics with different degrees of openness can be obtained, suitable for the environment in which they are going to be used.

It can range from 0.25mm to 0.80mm. Depending on whether it is going to be installed indoors or outdoors, one thickness or another is more appropriate.

The weight varies from 160 g/m2 to 800 g/m2 (for opaque fabrics).

Color range
Screen fabric is available in a wide range of colours, so we can choose it to match the rest of our home decor.

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