ClimaRad Care H1C-C | ClimaRad

ClimaRad Care H1C-C

Available on request.

The ClimaRad ventilation unit with convector is part of the ClimaRad Comfort Solution, which was developed especially for the non-residential market. The unit has a built-in heat exchanger and various sensors to measure the air quality. A convector with additional ventilators is placed above the unit. This convector can be used to heat or cool. The ClimaRad provides ventilation, heating, and cooling for each room and is placed against an exterior wall.

Detail: The Care H1C-C unit is fitted with a condensate drain to allow for cooling below the dew point.

Benefits ClimaRad Care H1C-C

  • Minimum parapet height is 720 mm
  • CO2- and RH control
  • Filters: ePM10-70%
  • Automatically closing valves that guarantee draught-free ventilation (also in high-rise buildings)
  • Optional integrated communication module for integration in the Building Management System
Functionality ClimaRad Care H1C-C

The ClimaRad Care H1C-C can ventilate, heat and cool. Ventilation takes place directly through the wall, supplying clean outside air and removing dirty air.  The unit is fitted with a heat exchanger that pre-heats the incoming ‘clean air’ by using the heat from the ‘dirty air’ being removed. This ensures high comfort levels and significant energy savings. Sensors for CO2, humidity, indoor and outdoor temperature automatically determine the correct quantity of ventilation required to create a healthy, comfortable and optimum indoor climate. A particular feature of this version is its ability to cool below the dew point. The unit includes a condensate drain.

Finally, the ClimaRad Care H1C-C is fitted with a convector with room control that can be used for heating and cooling.
A heating and cooling system must be used for this. The water connection for this unit can also be made on the left-hand side.


  • Regulate indoor air quality
  • Filtering outside air
  • Heating
  • Decentralised ventilation
  • Summer night ventilation
  • Heat recovery
  • Cooling (also below the dew point, using a condensate drain)