Magalie M.Laboratory Technician
Like a cook, I add doses and mix the necessary ingredients to prepare the paste found inside the thermostatic elements. Everything must be done to the nearest milligram for the temperature of your shower to be as precise as possible. For each product, the recipe and ingredients are specific.
Laurie L.Design Engineer
I design the products while ensuring that each step of the development is carried out correctly. A successful launch of new products first and foremost requires team work. Laboratory technician, marketer, design engineer, quality engineer, production manager…: all Vernet know-how plays a part.
Matthieu D.Development Manager
Our thermostatic elements and cartridges often come into contact with water, either drinking water or shower water. It is therefore necessary for this water to be as clean as possible to eliminate all health risks. We therefore make sure that the materials used in our products meet the sanitary and environmental requirements.
Zorah F.Laboratory Technician
With the help of the latest measuring devices, I test all the new products before their industrialisation to validate their performance. For instance, I check that our thermostatic cartridges connected to the mixers of our clients meet the NF norm criteria (French Norm). To do this, we operate a thermostatic mixer as if it had been used for 15 years by a family of 4.
Christian M.Advanced Studies Manager
My role is to find new ideas. With the help of your precious feedback and our expertise, we select the best ideas to propose the most efficient product that are well adapted to your needs. Our objective? To stay one step ahead with respect to your future needs.
Emmanuel P.Laboratory Manager
Before selling our products, we make sure that they meet the applicable norms and regulations. Each product is tested to ensure safe use and maximum longevity. Guarantee of optimal quality, before any purchase, make sure that your product is certified by the NF brand.
Jean-Marie P.Research & Development Manager
The future taps and radiators must adapt to our new lifestyles. The new technologies, like home automation, are a perfect example. Moreover, the collective awareness of overconsumption of available resources leaves us no choice: we must now design each new product so that it consumes as little water and energy as possible.