New product innovation – Katherm QK nano

Nano format – top performance

The Katherm QK nano represents a new product in Kampmann's Katherm family.

The little brother of the Katherm QK, it combines performance with a perfect look.

 

Optimum performance

By combining a whisper-quiet EC tangential fan and high-output copper-aluminium convector, the Katherm QK nano delivers an optimum indoor climate. Thanks to its high heat outputs teamed with low sound emissions, the Katherm QK nano provides effective cold air screening under large areas of glazing. The heat outputs have been measured and recorded in line with EN 16430.

 

Perfect look

Measuring only

70 mm (2.75'') deep, with a width of only 165 mm (6.5''), the Katherm QK nano can be used throughout all areas of buildings – especially in residential buildings, offices, administrative buildings and hotels – and it's ideal where space is at a premium. Its compact trench dimensions enable maximum interior space to be utilised – ideal for large office complexes. Apart from five different unit lengths, made-to-measure systems can be designed to meet your specific requirements. The FineLine grille, specifically developed for the Katherm QK nano, creates a harmonious appearance with its matching frame, blending into every architectural interior.

 

Individual control

The Katherm QK nano comes with two different control configurations, which guarantee simple integration into individual control concepts:
The space-saving 24 V version permits direct connection to building management systems. An electromechanical control option using a room thermostat is available for continuously variable control with 230 V. At the same time, the Katherm QK nano can also be unrestrictedly integrated into building automation systems, like KNX, Modbus or LON.

 

The benefits at a glance

  • minimum dimensions promise maximum use of the available space
  • new discreet FineLine grille with matching frame for a perfect overall look
  • 24 V controller or electromechanical controller
  • possible integration into building automation systems, like BACnet, Modbus or LON

 

More information on the Katherm QK nano here.

 

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