Equipementier HVAC Automotive
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We are a French company that develops HVAC solutions for well-known brands of vehicles and machines (STILL, JUNGHEINRICH, etc.).
Our high-performance, innovative systems make it possible for diesel vehicles to reduce their fuel consumption and carbon emissions.
Our primary objective is to satisfy our customers. We accompany them as we develop a solution that guarantees complete comfort throughout the vehicle.
A range of stand-alone electric HVAC systems available with a range of supply voltages: 12 V, 24 V, 48 V, 80 V, 120 V and more.
This electric solution is ideal when it is not possible to install an engine-driven compressor. The range has been specially designed for operation in difficult conditions with high temperatures and vibrations.
Designed for diesel vehicles and developed to improve air conditioning when the engine is switched off, such as when loading or unloading, providing optimum working conditions for the driver.
Stop & Comfort unit installed on a terminal tractor
Using the SKIMO system as a starting point, SNDC also designed fully integrated OEM systems for fully electric vehicles. We can also develop solutions for problems related to the thermal management of batteries and E-Mobility in general.
Designer, manufacturer and supplier of OEM and AM air conditioning, heating, ventilation, air filtration and pressurisation systems, including accessories, on a wide range of cabins in numerous business sectors.
SNDC is delighted to announce that it will be taking part in EQUIP’AUTO ON TOUR 2021, which will take place at MEETT in TOULOUSE. We hope you can attend too!
Haute-Garonne-based company SNDC, owner of Ecoclim, is planning to modernise its facilities to triple its production capacity over the next two years and consolidate its position as a leading French specialist in refrigerant handling and treatment.
As a major player in the automotive HVAC sector for over 35 years, SNDC designs and manufactures refrigerant handling tools under its Ecoclim brand in Toulouse.
They recycle refrigerant and reinject it into air conditioning or refrigeration systems.