IF gold award 2010 for INGLAS

Date: 10 March 2010
Source: INGLAS news

Date: 10 March 2010

At the CeBit in Hannover INGLAS GmbH & Co.

KG was decorated with the IF gold award 2010 for its iTHERM heatable glass, designed by  f/p-Design, Munich

INGLAS iTHERM is a glass radiator whose entire transparent area is electrically heated. Rounded edges and the matt-finished chrome tube are characterizing the pure design of the heater. The tube frame supports the glass, fixes it to the wall and is suitable as towel rail.

INGLAS iTHERM provides comfortable long-lasting and constant heat radiation. It´s efficiency and versatility allows positioning it in living-spaces, offices, conservatories and bathrooms. Towels dry faster and bathrobes can be warmed.
The glass-heater is splashproof and it´s hard-wearing surface is easy to clean and very hygienic.

Temperature and power-on-times can easily be programmed by the remote control.
Strengthened laminated glass ensures mechanical and electrical safety. Only two screws are required to fix the radiator to the wall.

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