Vacuum bonding chamber
Eibergen The Netherlands.
The Verosol Group continues to innovate and renew.
The key focus regarding innovation lies in the following fields:
This includes the development of new types of fabric for the Verosol Group, but also the improvement of the current types of fabric.
Verosol continuously strives for even better, more innovative and more advanced operating systems. Research is also carried out to establish if the current hardware can be improved.
Obviously the production process of Verosol is also regularly reviewed. Structurally the aim is to increase the quality of the products and to reduce the costs, of course without any adverse effects on the quality. Verosol is furthermore continuously investing in a clean and energy efficient production process.
For example through the provision of (scientific) reports.
Our products and production process are regularly tested. On all production batches standard process inspections are carried out, such as the adhesion of the aluminium and fire-retardance.
Shipbuilder Cornelis Verolme instructs one of his shipyards near Rotterdam to develop some metallising equipment, with which a thin layer of aluminium can be applied to curtain fabrics.
Verolme Metallising starts marketing metallised curtain fabrics under the name Metalon.
Metalon is changed into Verosol. ‘Vero’ for Verolme for ‘sol’ for solar (sun).
The company is taken over by Blydenstein-Willink.
Blydenstein-Willink develops a product made from pleated metallised fabric: the pleated blind.
Introduction of the pleated blind. Click here for the newspaper article of March 1974 (available in Dutch only).
Verosol enters the Australian and American market.
New fabric qualities and transparencies are developed together with fabric treatments and fire-retardant versions. Furthermore new product applications of metallised fabric are produced: vertical blinds and roller blinds.
Important strategic decisions are made to optimise the product routing and to install new equipment. Eibergen, The Netherlands, is selected for the build of a new factory.
Verosol starts the process of developing a second metallising machine, which will be able to metallise fabric with a width of up to 240 cm (0,94 in).
The new metallising machine, developed to apply a thin layer of metal to polyester, Trevira CS and screen fabric (up to a width of 240 cm ), starts production.
Introduction of the SilverScreen.
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