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Unit heater wins the Plus X Award for Innovation

The TOP unit heater wins award in the High Quality, Operating Comfort and Functionality categories.

The Perfect Match - Kampmann at ISH

The Perfect Match - Kampmann at ISH

New position game with three strong brands and unique problem-solving expertise

Best Product of the Year 2017

Best Product of the Year 2017

The Katherm QK nano trench unit persuaded the Plus X Award judging panel.

Reportages

Vienna remains different

The world’s tallest high-rise building to be constructed with timber is being erected in Vienna’s new ‘Seestadt Aspern’ district. Innovative and sustainable – frequently used but often meaningless terms. Both terms, however, perfectly describe how the HoHo Wien is being built.

The art of well-being

The art of well-being

Katherm HK installed at the MOCAK in Krakow. Reworking of Kampmann’s best-seller. Krakow – Poland’s second largest city – is where this country’s cultural heart is to be found.

Strikingly neutral

Strikingly neutral

Prime Tower in Zurich exercises spectacular restraint. Switzerland – famous for its rustic villages under majestic Alpine panoramic skies; for aromatic cheeses with holes that are impossibly big, for crispy rösti and fine chocolate; for punctuality and cleanliness.

Lunch and Learn

Lunch and Learn

Kampmann Heating, Cooling, Ventilation Ltd., Vancouver (Canada) was established in January 2016. The Kampmann subsidiary is responsible for the sale and distribution of Kampmann HVAC products in North America. Seb Cairns is Managing Director.

Technology and Knowledge

Large railway station in Vienna

Bright prospects – the new Belvedere neighbourhood is being developed in the capital city of Austria.
Would you have known? Austria is the heaviest country in Europe. How is that measured? Put in simple terms, the Earth’s crust is “weighed”.

A small word with a big meaning: NANO!

A small word with a big meaning: NANO!

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.

The objective measurement of thermal comfort

The objective measurement of thermal comfort

Many factors have an impact on whether we feel comfortable in a room. Dr Thorsten Wolterink, head of the FEC at Kampmann knows how to achieve that.

One hundred and sixty millimetres

One hundred and sixty millimetres

Slim, stunning, strong – the KaDeck raises the bar when it comes to ceiling air conditioning 160 millimetres. That is the construction height of the KaDeck, of the still new ceiling unit by Kampmann.