Jan and Gaston Kriekels, central heating installers started developing their own radiators out of a dissatisfaction with existing solutions.
The first in the range of the Jaga Low Surface Temperature, cool to touch radiator series is launched.
A new type of vertical radiator is created designed to be beautiful and unique.
The first radiator with collectors in the centre creates a new spectrum of designs and applications. Invented by Jaga and copied by many!
Linea Plus introduces a new design in radiator style with a flat front panel and innovated perforated top.
The UK operation, which started in 1991, opens a purpose built warehouse in The Midlands dedicated to providing outstanding logistic support to UK Customers.
Launch of Jaga’s most successful decorative and designer radiators. This highly awarded series was inspired from a child’s drawing of a radiant sunshine.
As the UK business grows and expands a warehouse is built to deliver products for UK customers.
Jaga’s launches the award winning Low-H20 technology heat exchanger still used today – following 40 years of research and development.
Launch of innovative Dynamic Boost Effect (DBE) technology, designed to double the heat output of radiators.
A unique climate technology laboratory to inspire innovation is created at Jaga. The laboratory is a knowledge and test centre open to everyone.
Jaga’s first intelligent indoor air quality control system named Oxygen 1 is launched.
Jaga works with artisans and creators to design one of a kind heating systems. One of Jaga’s most recognised, iconic, art radiators launches. The playful curves out of concrete and shell are designed by Jaga and Lois Laarman.
Jaga creatively constructs an entire exhibition made from warehouse production waste. The off cuts and waste items are upgraded to a functional, modular and aesthetic exhibition system still in use today
This first of its kind radiator is designed using fully recycled materials in its composition for a truly innovative effect.
A specialist Low Surface Temperature (LST) is designed to meet the needs of the UK market.
The Tempo Low Surface Temperature (LST) radiator, using Low-H2O heat exchanger technology, validates BRE test results and is selected by KIWA as the World’s Most Economic Radiator.
The UK’s Investors in People standard for people management is awarded to Jaga UK – recognising the achievement in excellence in the way they support, manage and lead people.
Jaga UK Customer Support Team are recognised with a National Customer Service award for their consistently high standards and customer satisfaction levels.
Jaga Built-In heating solutions with Low-H2O heat exchangers chosen to heat the first of its kind futuristic 65,000 square foot biospheres on Amazon’s Seattle Campus.
Jaga is always honouring its values, looking for the most ecological solutions for heating, ventilation and cooling.
Today we have 65 international offices around the world, a vast product range and a team of passionate Climate Designers.