Table of content 18 chapters


Increasing need for reliable performance data of HVAC products

Zoltan Magyar
Page 04

Energy Labelling - State of play and conceptions for future

Ruben Kubiak & Ismo Grönroos-Saikkala
Pages 06 - 10

Voluntary labelling and certification of HVAC products

Sylvain Courtey
Pages 12 - 15

Thermal and acoustic comfort requirements in European standard and national regulations

Nejc Brelih
Pages 16 - 29

Hybrid heat pumps - saving energy and reducing carbon emissions

Bart Aspeslagh & Stefanie Debaets
Pages 20 - 25

Holistic approcak creating the best comfort using the least energy

Markus Kalo & Martin Mellbin
Pages 26 - 30

Eurovent chiller certification key stones and futures challenges

Sandrine Marinhas
Pages 31 - 33

Influence of the dry cooler capacity on the efficiency of chillers - increased energy efficiency through certification

Hanns Chirstoph Rauser & Stefano Filippini
Pages 34 - 35

Energy - Water Nexus

Pirjo-Liisa Koskimäki
Page 36

Design Criteria and Software Development for Finned Tube Evaporator Using R744

Hatice Canbaz, Engin Söylemez & Kadir Isa
Pages 38 - 39

Identifiying Energy Using Components in Exhaust Ventilation Systems

Khalil Kairouz & Dale Price
Pages 40 - 44

15 years of reliable European Certification of HVAC&R products

Erick Melquiond
Pages 46 - 48

Eurovent Certification Programmes

Pages 49 - 58

Why certified performance data is needed?

Interview with Jaap Hogeling
Pages 60 - 61

Designer needs reliable performance data of products

Interview with Wim Boydens
Page 61

Position of Eurovent Certification clarified

Interview with Erick Melquiond
Pages 62 - 63

The product data needs to get smarter, much smarter

Per Sahlin
Page 64

Growing interest in market intelligence of HVAC products

Interview with Yannick Lu-Cotrelle
Pages 66 - 68

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