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Low environmental impact production processes, high energy-saving products and reusable materials at the end of their life cycle are the sustainable indexes for the designer radiators of Antrax IT. Facing slogans as #climateemergency, #climatecrisis, #climatechange, #sustainableliving, that embody the innumerable appeals for a better world, the company is committed to take concrete action to guarantee full respect toward global resources and the ecosystem.

All the radiators in the catalogue of Antrax IT, in aluminium or carbon steel, are 100% recyclable and have been designed to combine maximum thermal efficiency with the best heating quality, able to reduce water consumption and to maximize performance due to a patented assemblage system. Behind the refined and contemporary design – with the signature, among others, of Piero Lissoni, Matteo Thun & Partner, Victor Vasilev, Marc Sadler, Daniel Libeskind – there is the long experience and the willingness of the company to act as a cutting-edge, industrial avant-garde reality, equipped with the most advanced technologies, able to achieve a “green” target.

A revolution that concerns not only the product, but rather the company as a whole. Since 2011, the headquarters of Antrax IT in Resana (TV) has implemented a large photovoltaic system, consuming 80% of the energy self-produced. The photovoltaic panels are integrated into the new shed roof, which at the same time provides natural lighting within the interior of the factory, reducing energy consumption. In the manufacturing area, the raw heat emitters, before being painted, undergo an innovative treatment based on nanotechnologies, which allows the elimination of polluting agents and residues from production process.

From the manufacturing to the functioning phase, up to the detail, the ecological vocation of Antrax IT involves the entire production chain and offers an essential added value to the company’s made in Italy design.


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