Hospital heating

In hospitals and medical centres, achieving an ideal indoor climate is not just a matter of ensuring comfort, but also hygiene.

In hospitals, nursing homes and medical practices heating solutions have a dual role: they must provide an ideal level of comfort and contribute to maintaining optimal hygiene. To ensure this it is crucial that hospital heating solutions are easy to clean, long lasting and energy efficient to operate.


Improved indoor environmental quality can reduce average time spent in hospitals by 11%.


In hospitals and other environments where the requirements for good hygiene are high, there are also solutions in the field of heat. Purmo offers two proven radiator solutions for hospital heating: Hygiene and Delta. Both are designed for easy cleaning, have no areas that cannot be accessed for cleaning and they offer fast reaction times to changes in heating demands, which contributes to good energy efficiency.

Hospital, Ventil Hygiene

In addition to the prerequisite for energy efficient operation, hygiene is absolutely crucial in hospitals. Dr. Med. Uwe Frank from the University of Heidelberg (Department of Infectiology) has certified that the Purmo radiators Hygiene and Delta are fit for purpose in rooms requiring particularly high hygienic standards.

The critical aspects for choosing the right indoor climate heating system in hospitals are:

• Easy to clean

• No areas that cannot be accessed to clean

• Fast reaction to changed demands in heating

• Good ventilation


Dr Med. Uwe Frank from the University of Heidelberg (Department of Infectiology), has certified Purmo radiators as fit for rooms with particularly high demands for hygiene.
Karolinska University Hospital

Karolinska University Hospital

The new Karolinska University Hospital has been developed focusing on the patient's integrity, safety and comfort. That's why they chose Purmo Hygiene Radiators - 5,000 of them. Purmo Hygiene, again, proves to be a valuable component of a very dignified project.

New Children's hospital

Since 2013, the Purmo Group has supported the construction of the new children's hospital in Helsinki, a state-of-the-art healthcare facility that will open in late 2018, through donations. Among other things, Purmo Group's sustainable heating solutions have been donated to the value of EUR 1.1 million as well as several months of technical planning to ensure that Purmo's products fit and function optimally in the building.
Childrens Hospital