Made in Britain

About Made in Britain....

Made in Britain brings together the British manufacturing community, united with the use of the registered collective mark. The mark is protected and can only be used by members of Made in Britain that meet the criteria we set to guarantee the member is a British manufacturer. There are similar marks being used by organisations that wish to emulate the success of the Made in Britain mark. These copy-cat marks are not registered or protected and do not provide the guarantees given by the official Made in Britain organisation.

THERE SHOULDN’T BE A LEARNING CURVE TO USE A THERMOSTAT

THERE SHOULDN’T BE A LEARNING CURVE TO USE A THERMOSTAT

Just as lighting is a key aspect to enjoy any space, the client experience is also affected by the temperature of that space. The user experience of temperature control is often overlooked as it is seen as something difficult and out of many installers’ comfort zone.

In many luxury buildings, air conditioning is standard. However, these are typically commercial systems that require a significant amount of design and calculations. This industry is heavily commercial based and the idea of elegant, easy to use controls is often lost. With all the calculations, environmental impact and performance specifications, the consideration of the user is lost. The goal of the Zentium thermostat is to meet the concerns of installers and interior designers in a process that benefits everyone.

Polar Bear New Logo

During October, Polar Bear Design set a competition among artistic designers to come up with a new and refreshed company logo.

With over 340 design submissions we had an unexpectedly huge range of choices. After narrowing it down to five designers we went through the final stages to complete the design.

We hope you like the results as we are really pleased with the outcome.

Virtual Temperatures

Virtual Temperatures

A great new feature has been added to the Zentium thermostat, that help integrate with room fan coil units.

Many VRF / VRV have built in return air temperature sensors that are used internally for that VRF to regulate its own operation. The setpoint of the VRF can be changed by the user but typically the temperature reading is hidden away with the BMS controls.

Polar Bear New Logo

During October, Polar Bear Design set a competition among artistic designers to come up with a new and refreshed company logo.

With over 340 design submissions we had an unexpectedly huge range of choices. After narrowing it down to five designers we went through the final stages to complete the design.

We hope you like the results as we are really pleased with the outcome.

Made in Britain logo Colour

CED Member copper gray 2lines rgb