STAFF at an award-winning firm were shaken but not stirred when they learned that their products were once again going to feature on the big screen.

The team at Feature Radiators was tasked with helping none other than James Bond six years ago when the SPECTRE movie was in production.

The company's mission – successfully completed – was to provide two radiators for the set of 007’s London flat.

They were kept in storage by Pinewood Studios and have been used again in Daniel Craig’s latest – and final – outing as the iconic British spy, in No Time To Die.

Helena Gerwitz, for the company, said: “After wrapping SPECTRE, the production team was so happy with the radiators it decided it would store them for reuse in the next film, No Time To Die.

“We will all be going off to the cinema at the weekend to look out for the ‘hottest stars’ of the latest movie!

“James Bond may have a licence to kill, but never a licence to chill!”

The production team had originally found Feature Radiators’ details online.

“They were clearly impressed with our reputation,” said Helena.

“We were chuffed to bits to be asked to supply them and always pull out all the stops.

“They wanted the radiators quite quickly and we had them assembled and delivered to Pinewood within a week.

“After discussing the options based on what they were looking for, which was something classy and high quality, we went for the Bordo.

“They were very happy with the radiators and the service.”

Whilst SPECTRE was a first foray into movies for Feature Radiators, which has a workforce of seven, it has regularly supplied products to the BBC. Its wares have been seen in hit shows such as EastEnders, and it has provided radiators for the Big Brother house.

The firm also once provided more than 30 radiators for the sprawling luxury home in France of then-couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

“One of our suppliers was dealing with a heating company in France and mentioned our name,” said Helena.

“They wanted something cast iron in a rustic style.

“We provided radiators for their home and for the chapel where they married.”

Feature Radiators, founded in 2001, has won accolades including the Business of the Year title in the Keighley Business Awards.

The firm also won individual awards for excellence in corporate, social and environmental responsibility – sponsored by the Keighley News – success through innovation and diversification and Small Business of the Year.