Technology and Knowledge
It’s a double dilemma that really doesn’t need to be one: homeowners feel overwhelmed when faced with the decision about the best future-proof heating system. And tradespeople lack the political planning security to be able to provide their customers with the best advice.
The building sector is to reduce its emissions by 6 % annually. 3 % was saved in 2021, 5.3 % was saved in 2022 (six million tonnes of CO2 on now 112 million tonnes of CO2). As of 2024, a newly installed plant will generally be operated with at least 65% renewable energy.
Kampmann has developed a real all-rounder, both technically and visually, in order to take into account increased design demands: our new design Ultra Allround ceiling unit.
Heating and cooling with heat pumps in existing and new buildings - The PowerKon LT is ideally suited for switching from oil or gas heating to a heat pump in new buildings and existing houses. Depending on the pipe network and individual comfort requirements, you can even benefit from a cooling function.
We have appropriate heat pump solutions for many applications, from industrial sheds, office buildings, hotels to private homes.
As a key industry for the energy transition and thus with massive responsibility towards future generations, building services possess a major lever for the sustainable development of the building sector. Taking this into account, building services design experts wish to use products that conserve resources and save CO2.
Save costs at the same time lower CO2 emissions compared to gas-fired systems by combining unit heaters with heat pumps to heat large spaces, industrial sheds and retail spaces.
Standard-compliant measurements according to DIN EN 442 and DIN EN 16430 are performed in the Kampmann Research & Development Centre (FEC) air flow laboratory. The measurements include regular standard-compliant measurements as well as the set-up of project-based (room) situations to meet customer-specific requirements.
The performance measurements of trench convectors are regulated with standard system temperatures in the standard EN 16430. The measurements need to be taken under real-life conditions and are intended to permit comparisons between different manufacturers at the design stage.
How should you heat a hall or shed properly? What aspects need to be taken into account to provide low water temperature-based air conditioning with heat pumps, at the same time avoiding the risk of draughts? We clarify these and other questions using a calculation example and simulations.
A perfect combination for effectively dispersing accumulated heat and saving energy
Use our handy hints, ideas and recommendations to reduce energy costs and the carbon footprint of the system to reach your customers' climate targets.
The new KaDeck fan coil is lighter and quieter with a longer service life
There is a massive need to fit adequate ventilation in classrooms and provide good indoor air conditions. However, this need can only be met by systems designed to be retrofitted into existing schools.
Sensible air guidance and heat recovery systems for school classrooms under pandemic conditions
Kampmann is the only manufacturer on the market to offer unit heaters with outputs ranging from 6.5 to 89 kW, thereby guaranteeing the right unit for every space. You can rely on that!
“I feel comfortable in this room.” You simply couldn't give building services designers a bigger compliment. But a whole raft of factors need to be taken into account to ensure (thermal) comfort.
The installation of chillers/heat pumps is considerably simplified by the use of the hydraulic box. Heating engineers can save themselves valuable design and installation time and the range of cooling solutions they can offer is finally extended with additional attractive products.
Grade H14 HEPA filters can now be retrofitted, on request, to enable Venkon fan coils (indoor recirculating air units) to help reduce the viral load in room air.
Kampmann supplies a wide range of Katherm trench systems, which have already been installed in innumerable projects.
The requirements are increasing to introduce cool air into high-ceilinged buildings and halls, as well as installing a warm air solution. The TOP C is the product of choice for this.
We have summarised answers to the most pressing questions relating to air conditioning and ventilation.
Air conditioning systems available on the market can essentially be divided into two groups DX or direct evaporation systems and Chilled water systems.
The air conditioning market has been growing at a rapid pace for some years now. A major sector of the market is dominated by direct evaporation systems, such as split air conditioning units or VRV/VRF systems.
It will mean important requirements for ventilation systems from 1 January 2016 that will be further extended from 2018.
Regulation (EU) No. 517/2014 on fluorinated greenhouse gases has been in place since 01 January 2015 and repeals Regulation (EU) No. 842/2006 on certain fluorinated greenhouse gases.
How Kampmann products are used in very different climatic conditions
Due to the low noise emission, both systems are frequently chosen solutions for decentralised hotel air conditioning, but they both reveal in themselves advantages and disadvantages.
A cosy atmosphere at 34 degrees – controlling large amounts of air cleverly. Euskirchen. A town with as many as 57,000 inhabitants. But without wanting to offend the town – if you don’t actually come from the Rhineland area, you do have to take a look to see where Euskirchen actually is.
Control and automation engineering is becoming increasingly important in the era of digitalisation. Kampmann keep pace with the times. Air moves. Or it doesn’t. And electricity? 1 = the current is flowing. 0 = the current is not flowing.
Ceiling cassettes are a classic for air conditioning office buildings, hotels, exhibition and sales rooms. And Kampmann’s KaCool D has counted among the leading products in this category for a long time now.
The classic Katherm QK is now supplemented by Katherm QK nano. The incentive for nano came from London: here, as in many export markets, the floor construction height varies between 400 millimetres in commercial buildings and merely 100 millimetres in residential buildings.
Valid as of March 2015: EN 16430 governs the measurement of performance on fan-supported trench heating systems and thus establishes at long last a comparability of these units. Even the cooling capacity can be measured.