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Launch event of the association’s ‘HVACR Consultant Leadership Workshops’ saw unprecedented participation levels

Dubai, Al Garhoud. On Monday, 25 September 2017, the launch event of Eurovent Middle East’s ‘HVACR Consultant Leadership Workshops’ took place at LeMeridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Center. The first workshop was tailor-made for local engineering and MEP consultants in the UAE and saw 232 people of the regional HVACR community and Dubai authorities participating.

Monthly overview for members on recent developments

On a monthly basis, the Eurovent Team compiles a global overview of the latest developments concerning new standardisation activities and technical regulations of relevance for the HVACR industry. Our Notifications allow members to be prepare for developments that can have an impact on them and their products.

Monthly overview for members on recent developments

On a monthly basis, the Eurovent Team compiles a global overview of the latest developments concerning new standardisation activities and technical regulations of relevance for the HVACR industry. Our Notifications allow members to be prepare for developments that can have an impact on them and their products.

The Eurovent Association became official partner association of Indonesia’s leading industry exhibition

The Refrigeration & HVAC Indonesia exhibition is the most promising industry event Indonesia, a fast-growing South-East Asian market. As an offspring of the parallel event International Indonesia Seafood and Meat exhibition, this event specifically attracts relevant audience from Indonesia’s cold chain industry. The exhibition takes place in Jakarta from 28 to 30 September 2017. In this article, our Team has compiled a market summary for members and why this country deserves a stronger attention by the European industry.

The F-Gas ban on refrigerants with a GWP of 150 or more in multipack centralised refrigeration systems from 2022 has been assessed by the European Commission

The EU F-Gas Regulation (No 517/2014) bans the use of fluorinated greenhouse gases with GWPs greater than 150 in systems with a rated capacity of 40kW or more from 2022. The Regulation also included a promise to review this prohibition by considering the availability of cost-effective, technically feasible, energy-efficient and reliable alternatives. This has been assessed by the European Commission in its report of last 4 August 2017. In this article, the Eurovent Team has analysed the EC report (for members only).

Mind the difference between Eurovent Association, Certification and Market Intelligence

What is the difference between the Eurovent Association and Eurovent Certita Certification? How do these organisations relate to one another? What is Eurovent Market Intelligence? In this article, our Team provides members with a short overview on our family of organisations (the ‘World of Eurovent’), allowing you to better understand them while making more effective use of our network.

Camfil to host high-ranking ‘Forum Trosa’

The first ever Forum Trosa will take place on 4 September 2017. It will offer an in-depth seminar programme on how the quality of the indoor air affects us. Myths, new research and what individuals and organisations can do. The event is a collaboration between Trosa municipality, situated some 70 kilometers south of the Swedish capital, Stockholm and our affiliated manufacturer Camfil. Eurovent and Swedish Ventilation association are contributing to the event.

Published in the European Union Official Journal on 28 July 2017

The Regulation introduced the return to the A-G scale with a differentiated timing. For consumer products, this should be achieved by 2020. Domestic air-conditioners, residential ventilation and professional refrigerated storage cabinets will have rescaled energy labels by 2025 at the latest. For space and water heaters (including heat pumps) the rescaling should be achieved by 2030. As from 1 January 2019 (in some cases 30 June) suppliers shall, before placing a product on the market, enter public and compliance information in a product database. In this article, the Eurovent Team has provided an assessment for members.

This Guide appears one year after the publication of the Commission Notice updating the “Blue Guide” on the implementation of EU product rules. On 457 pages, this Guide provides explanations of the concepts and requirements of the Machinery Directive to ensure uniform interpretation and application in the EU. At present, the new guide is available in English only. Translation into the other EU languages is expected.

Monthly overview for members on recent developments

On a monthly basis, the Eurovent Team compiles a global overview of the latest developments concerning new standardisation activities and technical regulations of relevance for the HVACR industry. Our Notifications allow members to be prepare for developments that can have an impact on them and their products.