Climate Designers

Climate Designers

Climate Designers describes our focus on looking at the big picture and end to end solutions across all aspects of product creation. We see this as our moral imperative.

The Amazon forest covers 50% of the total tropic forest surface on earth and it is the most important carbon (CO2) absorber. It absorbs almost 20% of the 38 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide created by mankind every year. In spite of the enormous importance for the earth’s climate, almost 10,000 km² is destroyed every year by deforestation. If mankind wants to improve upon the global cycling of carbon and therefore slow the speed and severity of future climate change, a significant reduction of global CO² emissions and a severe protection of the world’s forests is needed.

Climate change and the evolution of construction techniques demand new ecological solutions for heating, cooling and ventilation. New technologies need to consume less energy, ensure a better indoor climate and reduce emissions.

We aim to create maximum indoor comfort, utilising sustainable energy sources, requiring less materials.

Innovative heating, cooling and ventilation design

The Jaga “convector” has never been an ordinary radiator. The ultra-light heat exchangers of our first products have evolved to become lightweight, responsive and high-performance complete climate systems for heating, cooling and ventilation.

Sustainable energy sources

Jaga radiators are designed so they can also be used with the lowest water temperature and the most environmentally-friendly technologies, such as heat pumps and solar energy. This eliminates the need for polluting traditional sources.

Less materials, better results

Our efficiency products consume less energy to produce better outputs. They are also lighter and smaller than other emitters or floor heating systems and so use less raw materials in manufacture. They also last longer, have a 30-year guarantee, and are fully recyclable at the end of their life. Our products score remarkably better in life cycle analysis (LCA) comparing  the environmental impact of products.

How does this make a difference?

We are reducing building outputs

Buildings account for 37% of the total energy consumption worldwide. Reduction of this this can make an essential contribution to the preservation of the planet.

Installation of Jaga Low-H20 products across cities with populations the size of Birmingham or Manchester could easily reduce 100 million kg CO² per year.

Saving precious resources

Our focus is on respecting nature by thinking differently. We look to use recyclable components in products; design for efficiency and construct products that are built to last.

After all, there is no Plan-et B.