Technology and Knowledge

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.

Ignored by millions

Ignored by millions

Kampmann incognito in the entrance areas of urban rooms. Millions of people have this feeling and this reflex. The feeling: a draught, for just a moment. The reflex: wipe your feet.

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.

That wouldn’t have happened with BIM

That wouldn’t have happened with BIM

Planning catastrophes such as with the BER Airport can be prevented in the future. Building Information Modelling (BIM) is currently revolutionising planning processes in the construction trade.

Architects' corner

Architects' corner

Every year, new pavilions by famous architects are exhibited at the Serpentine Gallery in London. Let’s zoom in: from the edge of outer space, we are looking down at Europe – to be more precise: at the British Isles.

New standards for trench systems

New standards for trench systems

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.