inspection

In this slide presentation, ADENE (Portuguese Agency for Energy) explains the requirements of the EPBD (Directive 2002/91/CE) concerning heat pumps and especially their inspection as part of the air conditioning systems.
Post date: 14 Gen 2014
Type: Publication

This leaflet from the German association VdZ (Forum for Energy Efficiency in Building Equipment) aims to explain to consumers how a periodical check and inspection of the heating system can help achieve high energy efficiency and a reasonable energy bill.The 10 points of the heating system that will be looked at are shown in photos. They have to be checked by visual inspection or measurements. A check-list is provided which uses a scale rating system based on points, allowing for an evaluation of the heating system efficiency. 
Post date: 14 Gen 2014
Type: Publication

This leaflet from BDH (The Federal Industrial Association of Germany House, Energy and Environmental Technology) concerns the annual inspection and maintenance of heating systems.Maintaining the reliability, energy efficiency and low environmental impact of a heating system requires regular maintenance and control.The EU Directive 2010/31/EU on the " Energy Performance of Buildings" requires periodical inspection, while the German Energy Saving Ordinance (Energieeinsparverordnung) requires a regular assessment of heating installations.
Post date: 13 Gen 2014
Type: Publication

This guidance published by the U.K. Department for Communities and Local Government is intended to help anyone who manages or controls an air conditioning system to understand how the Energy Performance of Buildings Regulations (Certificates and Inspections (England and Wales) Regulations) and the Directive, on which these regulations are based, work in practice, how to apply the regulations, what their responsibilities are and when air conditioning inspections are required. 
Post date: 19 Dic 2013
Type: Publication

The MOVIDA Project (“MOVing from Inspection to Domestic Advice by service companies”) aimed to improve the energy efficiency of HVAC systems in buildings for both the domestic sector and the tertiary sector, by changing the mode of carrying out inspections according to the regulations on energy efficiency in buildings (Directive 2010/31/EU), complementing the tasks of operating and maintaining with a study of energy efficiency.
Post date: 19 Dic 2013
Type: Publication

The MOVIDA Project (“MOVing from Inspection to Domestic Advice by service companies”) aimed to improve the energy efficiency of HVAC systems in buildings for both the domestic sector and the tertiary sector, by changing the mode of carrying out inspections according to the regulations on energy efficiency in buildings (Directive 2010/31/EU), complementing the tasks of operating and maintaining with a study of energy efficiency.
Post date: 19 Dic 2013
Type: Publication

The MOVIDA Project (“MOVing from Inspection to Domestic Advice by service companies”) aimed to improve the energy efficiency of HVAC systems in buildings for both the domestic sector and the tertiary sector, by changing the mode of carrying out inspections according to the regulations on energy efficiency in buildings (Directive 2010/31/EU), complementing the tasks of operating and maintaining with a study of energy efficiency.
Post date: 19 Dic 2013
Type: Publication

The MOVIDA Project (“MOVing from Inspection to Domestic Advice by service companies”) aimed to improve the energy efficiency of HVAC systems in buildings for both the domestic sector and the tertiary sector, by changing the mode of carrying out inspections according to the regulations on energy efficiency in buildings (Directive 2010/31/EU), complementing the tasks of operating and maintaining with a study of energy efficiency.
Post date: 19 Dic 2013
Type: Publication

The MOVIDA Project (“MOVing from Inspection to Domestic Advice by service companies”) aimed to improve the energy efficiency of HVAC systems in buildings for both the domestic sector and the tertiary sector, by changing the mode of carrying out inspections according to the regulations on energy efficiency in buildings (Directive 2010/31/EU), complementing the tasks of operating and maintaining with a study of energy efficiency.
Post date: 19 Dic 2013
Type: Publication

Denmark adopted the regular inspections laid down in the Decree number 1104 of 20 September 2007 for the implementation of article 15 of the EPBD.All air-conditioning and ventilation systems of an effective rated output of more than 5 kW are included in the scope of the inspection scheme, except for certain air-conditioning systems for industrial and not for personal use, as well as for systems used less than 500 hours/year.
Post date: 13 Dic 2013
Type: Publication