After a brief absence from the international cycling peloton, Renson will once again be seen as a partner in the race, from 2022. The trendsetter in ventilation, sun protection and outdoor living signed a new deal for the next four years as co-sponsor of the most successful team in the World Tour peloton. Renson thus returns to the team where it took its first steps in cycling sponsorship from 2013 to 2015.
The Yard is an eight-storey residential building in Kreuzberg, Berlin. The penthouses on the top two storeys have been fitted with storm-proof Fixscreens from Renson as sun protection . Large, sleek and vanishingly slim, this high-performance sun protection system gives the penthouses an exceptional allure of elegance. 
Renson supplied windproof screens of unprecedented size for the exclusive Gare Maritime project, which is part of the Tour & Taxis site in Brussels. The client came to Renson because no other manufacturer could meet the requirements. Renson created customised screens no less than 36 m² in size. These were installed at a height of 13 metres by Suncomfort, a Renson Ambassador. It was quite an accomplishment!
There has been a real emphasis placed on ventilation as a preventative measure for minimising the risk of COVID-19 spreading indoors; since regularly refreshing indoor air in homes, offices, public spaces and schools dilutes polluted potentially contaminated indoor air. It is understood that when there are fewer virus particles, the risk of infection is also reduced. 
Meet the first 3D printed house in Europe. Recently Camp C, Flanders Centre for Sustainability and Innovation, printed a 90 m² large two-storey house (8m high) in one piece with the largest 3D concrete printer in Europe. This has never been done before. In order to create a healthy indoor climate, the Healthbox 3.0, our smart ventilation system, and our window vent, the Invisivent Air, were integrated into the building. We are proud that our innovative products are part of such a revolutionar...
Man was once an outdoors man, living in and with nature, in the open air… now however, we spend 90% of our time indoors…Yet we still feel better when we’re outside, at the beach, in the forest, in our own garden... So isn’t it about time that we return to the  ‘core’, to make more use of what nature has to offer us?
At first sight, this recent, ultramodern, newly built villa in the leafy land­scape between Mechelen and Leuven with sleek white walls and huge windows seemed to offer everything needed for a carefree and comfortable life. That’s exactly what the owners thought when they moved in seven years ago. Unfortunately, they soon realised they would have to find the right solution to keep the interior cool on hot days: those large windows might let in an abundance of daylight, but they also expose the...
A wooden, nearly zero-energy, passive house build on a hill, in accordance with the Feng Shui principles, that’s not something you see every day. Since it is not comfortable to live in a well-insulated, passive house without ventilation system, the Renson Endura Delta D+ system with heat recovery was installed.
In Australia, the University of New South Wales launched an experimental project, which examined the detrimental effect of bad air on the behavior and learning abilities of pupils. They went even further by comparing a class without ventilation system with a class that had a ventilation system. The system that was used was our smart ventilation unit, the Renson Healthbox 3.0. The results of the research are too say the least astonishing.