Active floor convector CNVA

Fields of application

The SCHAKO floor convectors CNVA as decentralised air-conditioners enable energy-efficient and comfortable air-conditioning of offices, public buildings, sales rooms and living spaces. The floor convectors are particularly suitable for rooms with large glass facades reaching down to the floor in buildings where false ceilings are not provided and no radiators must be visible. To meet the increasing requirement for energy consumption, the standard equipment of the floor convectors includes highly efficient and safe EC fans (electronic commutation). Thus, they meet already today the requirements of tomorrow. The SCHAKO convectors CNVA are well suited as additional cooling or heating in combination with inert systems, such as thermal activation of building structures.


Due to the specific design, the floor convector series CNVA is optimised to provide short-circuit protection and includes three model series with three different device sizes (H=106, H=150 and H=190 mm). Each device size consists of three different standard device lengths: 1150, 2000, 2750 mm. In total, there are 15 standard variants which can be ordered. The device variant H=106 as a 2-pipe variant is intended only for heating operation. The device variants H=150 and H=190 can be used as 2-pipe variant either for heating operation or cooling operation, as desired, or as 4-pipe variant for heating operation and cooling operation. As standard, the device variants H=150 and H=190 have condensate pan. The CNVA is controlled by means of water-side straight-way valves and proportional or ON/OFF valve drives as well as the steplessly adjustable (0-10V) fan speed. For maintenance activities, the heat exchanger with flexible connections can be swivelled upwards and almost all internal parts including the fan can be removed completely without tools.

A complete delivery with valves and actuator pre-mounted ex works is possible, individual customised designs to fit best into the architecture of the building are possible as well.

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