CIAT group

The Compagnie Industrielle d'Applications Thermiques, CIAT Group, was created in 1934. This company, expert in heat exchange, has taken the opportunity to move to the air treatment and the HVAC environnement.

The headquarter and main industrial site is located in France, in Culoz department of Ain, between Lyon and Geneva.

History

*1934 : Foundation of the CIAT by Jean Falconnier.
*1984 : His son, Jean-Louis Falconnier leads the company.
*2005 : Death of Jean-Louis Falconnier, his brother, Jean-Pierre Falconnier leads the company

Knowledge

* Climatisation
* Air Treatment
* Refrigeration
* Heating
* Ventilation
* Economy of energy
* Energy storage
* Heat transfer

Others

CIAT is sponsoring since 2007 the biathlon French champion Sandrine Bailly.

External links

* [http://www.ciat.com Corporate Website]
* [http://www.ciat-italia.it Italian Website]
* [http://www.ciatozonair.co.uk Englich website]
* [http://www.ciat.de German website]
* [http://www.ciat.nl Netherland's website]
* [http://www.ciat.ch Switzerland's website]
* [http://www.ciat.ru Russian website]
* [http://www.ciatesa.es Spanich website]
* [http://www.ciat.com.cn Chinese website]


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