Technical Programme 2016
Energy efficient heat pumps, from “standard” to “seasonal" performances
Keywords: heat pump, seasonal performance, SCOP, certification
Target Groups: OEM, Contractors, Planner, Plant operators
Since first application to our products in 2013, residential and higher capacity air-conditioners, chillers and heat pumps are progressively moving from nominal (COP, EER) to seasonal performance in heating mode (ex: SCOP and ηs) and in cooling mode (ex: SEER, SEPR and ηs,c), and associated minimum requirements and labelling schemes are set up. Calendar and details of the corresponding regulations and associated standards and certification documents will be presented, focused on the consequences for the end-users, the manufacturers, the laboratories and the organisation of certification.
Electrically driven Heat Pumps for space heating and/or cooling (outdoor air/recycled air, extracted air/fresh air, outdoor air/water, exhaust air/water, (ground)water/recycled air, water (loop)/recycled air, glycol water/water or glycol water on geothermal collector, glycol water/water on solar collector, glycol-water/water mix or glycol-water, (ground)water/water, ground/ground, ground/water, water/ground, outdoor air/ground); electrically driven HP used for heating swimming pools water; electrically driven dual-mode HP, i.e. designed for space heating and domestic hot water production, HP used to collective sanitary hot water; gas absorption HP; engine-driven gas heat pumps; variable refrigerant flow systems; hybrid appliances comprising a liquid or gas fuel-fired generator and an electrically driven HP.
Legislators, market surveillance authorities, building owners, energy managers, HVAC System Inspection professionals, HVAC manufacturers, HVAC System Maintenance, Installation and Design professionals and academics with an interest in this area.
--- Date: 11.10.2016 Time: 3:20 PM - 3:40 PM Location: Hall 4A, stand 4A-401