BREM, specialized company in original and innovative radiators for architecture, was the protagonist of the important Bolognese event now in its fortieth edition.
The exhibition space set up by BREM was the subject of numerous visits by the qualified public. Visitors showed great appreciation for the company's proposals, expressing their praise especially for the new CHEM and GEOMETRICA collections.
Designed by Davide Diliberto, CHEM is the modular radiator inspired by industrial architecture, whose external shape is that of a 9 cm diameter tube that ends with a welded curve fixed to the wall. CHEM-S is the towel warmer version of CHEM, also available in various models thanks to the addition of square tubular elements applied to one or two vertical tubular elements.
The Geometric collection, designed by Luigi Brembilla, is made up of towel warmers made up of geometric elements of small dimensions and a horizontal heating bar that passes through them and characterizes them. Furthermore, the heat output of the towel warmer can also be enhanced by rear radiant tubes.
Furthermore, the public showed particular interest in the exceptional customization possibilities offered by BREM, whose catalog is the basis for a real custom made system that allows you to create the best configuration for the type of environment, size and energy necessary for the its heating, while ensuring a coherent and harmonious design.
This edition of CERSAIE also confirms the value of the "Made in Italy" brand, which has always been committed to offering collections that stand out for their signature design, for original and innovative technical solutions, and for their unbeatable quality.
BREM proves once again its great ability to adapt to the market and to be a true point of reference for the thermodesign sector.