Kalori meeting electric HVAC needs

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Since 1999, Kalori has been developing specific electric heaters and HVAC, adapted to the needs of manufacturers.

The case of manufacturers who have created an electrical version of their vehicle, based upon an existing design for a vehicle using an internal combustion engine, is covered by the Electrical HVAC range, named E.HVAC.

E.HVAC is an electric version of standard HVACs: COMPACT, SUPER K, KOOL, FALKON, all already exist, covering the principal needs.

The shape remains the same: the electrical heat exchanger is positioned within the body, the brackets and the attachment points remain the same. The manufacturer can therefore use the same air diffusion system.

In terms of the heating elements, Kalori sources the best quality PTC elements, a system which guaranties performance at the right consumption. The safety of these elements is guaranteed by their operating principles. On every Kalori unit, the security is reinforced by an additional sensor, designed to preserve the casing, which in turn is principally manufactured using high-quality injected polyamide or polypropylene, with glass-fiber.

In terms of air-conditioning, years of experience in the design of air duct parts and air diffusion systems, simulation software and test benches allow Kalori to offer the right solution – to preserve both autonomy and comfort levels. Whilst users may agree to pay for air conditioning, they do not want to pay for more than a “little bit fresh air”; comfort must be total without compromise and must be achievable using just electrical power.

The circuits are closed, using one of the best Electric compressor ranges on the market: 12, 24, 48, 80, 600V versions are available as standard.

fer the right solution – to preserve both autonomy and comfort levels. Whilst users may agree to pay for air conditioning, they do not want to pay for more than a “little bit fresh air”; comfort must be total without compromise and must be achievable using just electrical power.

The circuits are closed, using one of the best Electric compressor ranges on the market: 12, 24, 48, 80, 600V versions are available as standard.

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