German Design Award Winner 2024

ExtremeLine wins the German Design Award 2024!

We are overwhelmed and very proud!

ExtremeLine is one of the lucky winners of the German Design Award 2024. With the HeatFlare we convinced the international jury of design experts and were honored as “Winner” in the discipline “Excellent Product Design” in the category “Gardening and Outdoor Living”. A reason to celebrate!

"Since we invested a lot of effort in the development & paid special attention to a modern and reduced appearance, it is really great to hear that the HeatFlare has also convinced the jury!"

Robert Kalteis/Head of Development

What makes the HeatFlare so unique:

The development of the HeatFlares took over a year and has its origins in finding solutions and applications for infrared radiant heaters on umbrellas, says Robert Kalteis. The new infrared radiant heater has been on the market since spring 2023. The HeatFlare is a carbon radiant heater from the ExtremeLine Heater family and has been specially designed for the requirements of umbrellas, cubic and louvered roofs. We have also geared our development to the current needs of the infrared market.

With its slim/restrained design, the maximized heat output, the design protection grille in housing color and its size/performance ratio, it is also unique on the market in this design.

At the same time, you can enjoy all the benefits of the proven ExtremeLine Carbon technology with the HeatFlare. Diese zeichnet sich durch die robusten Heizelemente, der langen Lebensdauer von bis zu > 10 000h, die Nutzung von gesundheitlich unbedenklicher IR- B Strahlung und dem wenigen Rotlicht aus. A reflector made of highly reflective material has also been perfectly adapted to the geometry of the infrared radiator. This allows us to achieve the highest possible efficiency.

Who is behind the German Design Award?

The German Design Award is the premium prize of the German Design Council. With its worldwide spectrum and international appearance, it is one of the most prestigious awards in the design landscape across all industries. Since 2012, the German Design Award has been identifying key design trends and presenting them to a broad public.