About

About

SUSTAINABLE BY DESIGN

At Sphere we passionately believe that we have a responsibility to play a role in shaping the future, and are inspired by the certainty that even a small change can have a significant and lasting positive impact.

We pioneer globally relevant, future-fit and insightful temperature control solutions for the built environment that also serve the long-term interests of broader society.

“Sustainability can't be like some sort of a moral sacrifice or political dilemma or a philanthropic cause. It has to be a design challenge.” - Bjarke Ingels

We are passionate about creating a meaningful future, by not only ensuring we ‘do no harm’ but also by consciously adding value through creativity, leadership and simplicity. That’s why everything that we do is sustainable by design.

‘Sustainable by design’ isn’t just what we do: expertly engineered solutions that are designed to be future-fit; it is also our approach to purposeful business, insight, partnerships, and people.

We are passionate and focused, and we are conscious that every one of our actions must have a significant positive impact. We are mindful of the present and of the future, committed to practical idealism about the role we play in a changing world and the mindsets of all who live in it.

We design with a conscience. We create with foresight. We are sustainable by design.

We are “sustainable by design”.

Why Naturals?

An environmentally-friendly alternative, carbon dioxide (CO2) is the world’s number one choice of refrigerant. Global legislation, as well as the Kyoto and Montreal Protocols, which reviewed substances linked to ozone depletion and climate change, encourage its use.

Sphere has built up solid experience and a proven track-record in applying CO2.

We use it in all our ranges, bringing its advantages to you, as well as your customers and suppliers.

The benefits of CO2:
Future-proof solution
No global warming impacts
No ozone depletion potential (ODP)
Non-toxic and non-flammable
Less expensive than Freons (the gases commonly used in refrigeration systems)
No phase-out regulation (Freons are being phased out in line with global regulations)
Stable performance with high heat rejection and no temperature glide
Good thermodynamic properties, making it up to 10% more efficient
High volumetric efficiency, so smaller components are required