Emmanuel Perrot has been the production manager of Vénus enclosures ever since the company was founded and during his studies, he was in charge of an environmental protection association based in Rouen.
Emmanuel developed a strong environmental awareness and believed that enclosures should be made of glass to prevent waste
plastic from polluting the environment.
Encouraged by a study carried out by Saint-Gobain Glass specialist services, the feasibility of making enclosures in toughened safety glass was confirmed.
Several patents later, including the Assembly patent which guarantees that the structure of the enclosure does not deform in transit, a reliable and repeatable production process was established.
Customers quickly became aware of and commented on the advantages of using glass as opposed to plastic. Glass offers perfect visibility of the pool with greatly reduced condensation, it cannot be cut or ripped, it does not craze, fade, or crinkle, and its colour and texture can be customised.
After initially establishing our enviable reputation in France, Aquatelescopic quickly expanded into international markets.
To this day, our enclosures are still made in our 8000 m2 factory based in Saint-Sulpice-Sur-Lèze, near Toulouse.