Awards and prizes
A close and cooperative customer relationship as well as product innovations are two elementary building blocks of the INOVA philosophy. Berlemann therefore invests a lot of time in recognising the needs of its customers and translating these into innovative products. The Berlemann-Team is very pleased that new developments of INOVA products are equally appreciated by customers and the trade press. Below you will find an overview of our awards and prizes.
Protector-Award Gold 2014
for the perimeter management system within the hazard alarm systems category.
Berlemann, as a system provider for outdoor perimeter security, has continuously expanded its product range for mechanical security with electronic components for anti-climbing barriers and break-in protection as well as for networking and control systems.
After Berlemann had to settle for third place in 2013 as newcomers in this product area, they were awarded first prize in 2014. As a medium-sized family business, Berlemann was able to assert itself against well-known competitors such as Siemens, Bosch and ABUS.
Bavarian State Award 2002
for a self-supported sliding gate with integrated INOVA gate drive system.
The prize was awarded for the innovative guide column made of aluminium half-shell profiles, as it is used today for the INOVA Standard and SilverLine sliding gates.
Münsterland Award for Innovation 1997
Berlemann was awarded the 1st prize for the "self-supporting sliding gate 'INOVA' with integrated gate drive system" in cooperation with the Münster University of Applied Sciences.
In the appreciation of this development it was emphasized as special that the gate drive system lies protected and maintenance-free in the cavity of the lower beam. The possibility for a visually appealing and individual design in case of reduced space requirements is given. The noise generated when opening and closing the gate is considerably reduced. In addition, manufacturing, assembly and maintenance costs are minimised.
Awarded for the "outstanding and exemplary cooperation between craftsmen and scientists".
In the context of developing the INOVA gate drive system, the results of the practical development work were supported by scientific calculations of the Münster University of Applied Sciences, Department of Mechanical Engineering.