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our fundamentals

Preserving the environment and making wise use of energy sources are major concerns for everyone nowadays. At CIAT, from product design to the elaboration of systems, we invest all our energy into developing sustainable solutions that are based on our triple expertise: air quality, comfort and energy optimisation.

CIAT has structured these axes for development for over 10 years and today can offer optimal solutions that meet the issues raised by the EU Climate Plan.

CIAT is involved in a number of significant European projects such as GROUNDHIT, aiming to develop high performance geothermal heat pumps, HOMES aiming to save energy in buildings by 20% by optimising the control of all energy systems or VAICTEUR AIR² which works towards improving indoor air quality and comfort by reducing the amount of energy used.

  • Air quality

CIAT’s solutions meet the most stringent hygiene standards and help to make the air in working and living spaces safer and cleaner for longer. Knowledge of microbiological, particulate and chemical air pollutants enable us to go even further in eradicating pollution and contamination.

  • Comfort

Ever since day one, CIAT has been developing equipment that offers the highest thermal comfort possible. By putting the focus back on people in their living and working spaces, we are able to offer solutions that meet the needs of all situations and all markets. At the cutting edge of technology and an expert in universal comfort, CIAT is recognised for the quality of the indoor environments it creates. The new “comfort” test rig, the only one of its kind in Europe, reflects this expertise.

  • Energy optimisation

Energy performance is not an end in itself, but combined with expertise in comfort, air quality and intelligent design, it can generate significant savings. By combining the most efficient and innovative products, CIAT’s systems offer the best energy configuration and anticipate the requirements of the future thermal regulations.