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Highly efficient fully irrigated heat exchangers for heating industrial halls

November 2018
Gallery KIGO 1
Gallery KIGO 1


Industrial buildings are of very large volumes and are today mainly heated with air heaters or high-temperature gas heaters. The energy consumption for heating of these halls is very high and the comfort of the employees working in it is very poor.

The KIGO Climate panels, which operate at a low inlet-temperature, can be operated using heat pumps, recovering of process heat or other heat sources. Due to their high efficiency, the panels can heat industrial halls with very high ceilings and poor insulation effectively and increase the comfort of the employees. Depending on the type of building, the KIGO panels reduce energy consumption for heating between 50-80%.

Label Date November 8, 2018
From Switzerland
Maturity stage Small scale commercialization
Looking For We are looking for customers and distribution partners who market our solution outside of Switzerland and increase the awareness of our solution.

The environmental benefits

  • Reduction of energy consumption for heating by 50 to 75%
  • Reduction of CO2 emissions by 50 to 100%
  • Reduction of dust raising by 90%
  • Easy to install and suitable for renovation and new construction projects.
  • Made of stainless steel and are very durable (> 25 years) and up to 99.5% recyclable.

The Financial benefits

  • ROI within 4-6 years.

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Company Profile

Energie Solaire SA

Energie Solaire SA is active in the field of solar heating systems and radiant panels for heating and cooling.

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Headquarters Sierre, Switzerland

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As an expert for the innovation scene in energy and environmental technologies, CleantechAlps (Sion, Switzerland) is a hub for the cleantech ecosystem, connecting its stakeholders with relevant partners.

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