puncat WEB

Our puncat software for the selection of fan wheels is an important tool for our customers, prospective clients and sales staff. After 20 years of service, it was time to make puncat fit for the future – and the web.

The new puncat WEB lets you select fan wheels directly from our website. Display fan wheels that meet your application requirements by entering the desired duty point, speed and wheel diameter range. You can specify your search by choosing industry suitability, fan wheel type and fan wheel series.

Please be aware that, as of today, all prior versions of the puncat software are void!

New features:

  • always up to date and available worldwide
  • usable with desktop, tablet and other mobile devices
  • intuitive und easy operation
  • filter functions such as industry suitability, mode of operation and fan wheel series
  • prioritization of search results, e.g. by smallest wheel diameter or lowest shaft power
  • consideration of ErP-conformity
  • new performance data: our lab carried out innumerable measurements to update the database

Try the beta version now!
(puncat WEB is available to registered users only. Please register or login to our customer area.)




The new D-Series

PUNK-2016-015_D-Serie_Online-Banner_203x230px_160928_v02Discover our industry leader – maximum durability, extremely versatile and an unbeatable price-perfomance-ratio.

With the new D-Series, punker solves each and every challenge of your unhoused HVAC-application.

Read more about the D-Series…

punker welcomes nine new trainees

collage_enWe are happy to welcome nine new trainees at punker! Read about their first day of training at punker on our punker Blog:



ISH Frankfurt 2017 – Hall 11.1 | Booth C28

From March 14-18 2017, punker will be represented on the ISH in Frankfurt, Germany. The ISH is the world’s leading trade fair for innovative bathroom design, energy efficient heating and air-conditioning technology and renewable energies.

Visit us in Hall 11.1 | Booth C28. We are looking forward to meeting you!

Your punker Team

Knowledge Management at punker

punker’s Quality Management team is working on the implementation of an enterprise wiki. Find out why knowledge management is so important to business success and how it will be practiced at punker on the punker Blog:



Customer Survey 2016

We asked our customers worldwide to rate punker regarding the quality of our products, order fulfillment, employees and informational resources. We share some of the interesting findings of our customer survey 2016 on the punker Blog:




ISK-SODEX mail imza

ISK SODEX – International HVAC & Refrigeration, Pumps, Valves, Fittings, Water Treatment and Insulation

İstanbul Expo Center

May 4-7, 2016

Visit us in Hall 2, Stand E14

For further information, please follow this link: ISK SODEX 2016

Data Sheet k-factor R63D1 available

We have quantified the k-factor for punker series R63D1 in combination with inlet cone ED 11.

The Data Sheet with k-factor for all wheel diameters is available for download on the product page:



What is the k-factor good for?

The pressure tapping inside the inlet cone is used to determine the differential pressure in reference to the fan’s static pressure. By means of the k-factor, which has been determined at the punker lab for all series, the volume flow inside the customer’s system can be calculated and monitored electronically.


Review Climate World Moscow

In early March 2016, punker visited the international trade show for heating, ventilation and air conditioning, Climate World Moscow. On the punker Blog, Area Sales Manager North East Europe, Dmitry Vysotski, shares his impressions from the exhibition and how the russian HVAC-industry reacts to the ongoing crisis.

punker Blog: Climate World Moscow

New Energy Efficiency Standards in the US

Industrial ventilation systemNew energy efficiency standards for commercial air conditioners and commercial warm air furnaces will force US manufacturers to rise to the challenge of optimizing their products accordingly. Read a summary of the U.S. Department of Energy’s direct final rule on our Blog: