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ТК-41

Heating, ventilating, air-conditioning and cleaning equipment

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Main committee

Никола Калоянов

Antoaneta Konstantinova Bozkova

+359 2 817 4583

antoaneta.bozhkova@bds-bg.org

Machinery safety

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Scope

Space heating appliances, industrial fans, clean rooms and associated controlled environments, solar energy, thermal solar systems and components, solar collectors, heat exchangers, air conditioning units, space heating appliances without integral heat sources, ventilation for building, heat cost allocation, industrial thermoprocessing, air filters for ventilation rooms, air filters for general air cleaning, cleanroom technology, heating systems in building, greenhouses, cleanroom technology, bulding artomation, control and building management, Shell and water – tube boilers, prefabricated district heating and district cooling pipe systems, industriel thermoprocessing – safety, industrial fans, side curtains ventilation systems - safety

Facts and digits

98

New projects

675

Published standards

0

Meetings

13

Members

Relation to mirrors committee

This BDS/TC is a mirror of the following European and international technical committees

CEN/TC 107

Prefabricated district heating and district cooling pipe system


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 107

Prefabricated district heating and district cooling pipe system

Standardization of: - prefabricated insulated district heating and district cooling pipe systems including pipes, joints, fittings, valves, expansion cushions and surveillance systems, and - design and installation of prefabricated insulated pipe systems for district heating and district cooling


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 113

Heat pumps and air conditioning units


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 113

Heat pumps and air conditioning units

Standardization of testing and requirements for the performance of factory assembled heat pumps, air conditioning units (ducted and non ducted), hydronic room fan coil units, and liquid chilling packages whether vapour compression or sorption, regardless of energy used, for domestic or commercial purposes excluding industrial processes and also excluding the rational use of gas energy which is within the scope of CEN/TC 299. Also the standardization of rating conditions, performance testing and the presentation of data of refrigerant compressors and condensing units.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 130

Space heating and/or cooling appliances without integral thermal sources


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 130

Space heating and/or cooling appliances without integral thermal sources

- to prepare product standards defining the characteristics of space heating and/or cooling appliances without integral heat source (e.g. radiators, panels, convectors with or without a fan) - to prepare test standards for determining the nominal thermal output of above mentioned appliances in order to provide a common basis for their evaluation as well as to determine the thermal output in different operating conditions to be used as a basis for designing heating and/or cooling systems, insuring the reproducibility and repeatability of test data within stated tolerances - to prepare product standards defining the characteristics of radiators valves and fittings operated automatically or manually with or without presetting to control the thermal exchange - to specify methods and procedures to evaluate all the characteristics included in product standards - to define criteria and procedures to provide factory product controls to maintain the product characteristics within stated tolerances.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 156

Ventilation for buildings


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 156

Ventilation for buildings

Standardization of terminology, testing and rating methods, dimensioning and fitness for purpose of natural and mechanical ventilation systems and components for buildings subject to human occupancy.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 171

Heat cost allocation


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 171

Heat cost allocation

Standardization in the field of : - apportioning of costs for space heating; apportioning of costs for sanitary hot water.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 186

Industrial thermoprocessing - Safety


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 186

Industrial thermoprocessing - Safety

Standardization in the field of safety of equipment for industrial thermoprocessing equipment (for example industrial furnaces or kilns and industrial heating equipment) in the field such as: -Metallurgical and metal working plant; in the fields of: 1. Thermal Production; 2. Melting, Pouring; 3. Heating; 4. Heat treatment; 5. Surface treatment; 6. Coating; 7. Joining; 8. Surface treatment. - Glass making plant; - Ceramic manufacturing plant; - Chemical plant; - Waste incineration equipment. And heated by: - Gaseous fuels; - Liquid fuels; - Mixed fuels; - Electricity. Blast furnaces, converters (in steel plants) , boilers, welding machines and food processing equipment are excluded.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 195

Cleaning equipment for air and other gases


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 195

Cleaning equipment for air and other gases

Standardization in the fields of terminology, classification, characteristics, and test and performance methods for air and gas cleaning equipment for general ventilation and industrial applications. Excluded: - exhaust gas cleaners for gas turbines and IC engines in mobile equipment, filters for personal protection equipment, cabin filters in mobile equipment, which are covered by other technical committees - UV-C applications


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 228

Heating systems and water based cooling systems in buildings


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 228

Heating systems and water based cooling systems in buildings

Standardisation of functional requirements for all types of heating systems, including domestic hot water production, water based cooling emission and distribution systems in buildings and powe generation systems in the direct environment of the building. Furthermore standardisation in relation to energy performance of buildings. The work includes: - General performance requirements for heating systems, - General requirements for design of heating systems, water based cooling systems and power generation systems; - Requirements for installation and commissioning, including system tests on the heating and water based cooling system as a whole; - Requirements for preparation of instructions for operation, maintenance and use of heating and water based cooling systems; - Requirements for inspection of heating systems; - Methods for calculation of design heat loads, as basis for sizing of heating equipment; - Methods for calculation of energy use of heating systems, water based cooling systems and power generation systems in the direct environment of the building (e.g. wind power, thermo solar and photovoltaic), including energy economy and environmental impact, as basis for supporting energy performance criteria and/or energy certification of heating systems, water based cooling systems and power generation systems on building or building unit level; - Assessment of energy performance of district heating and cooling systems; - Co-operation with other CEN/TCs (such as CEN/TC 156) responsible for related systems and products in order to establish a common terminology and a common set of technical parameters that can be used for both product declaration and design information. The wind turbines handled by CEN/TC 228 are small plants as they may occur in domestic production and use of electricity in connection with buildings. The same applies to photovoltaic, CEN/TC 228 describes a process by which electrical energy, which is produced by building integrated or additive photovoltaic systems in the direct environment of the building, is determined. Not covered are: - requirements on products such as heating and cooling units, wind power units and photovoltaic units which are in the responsibility of dedicated Technical Committees (such as CEN/TC 57, CEN/TC 109, CEN/TC 113, CEN/TC 130, CEN/TC 182, CEN/TC 312 CLC/TC 82 and CLC/TC 88); - cooling generation systems (covered by CEN/TC 156); - calculation of cooling load (covered by CEN/TC 156).


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 243

Cleanroom technology


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 243

Cleanroom technology

Standardization and classification of controlled environment spaces and fixing of criteria for controlling contamination in such spaces. Guidance on the design, taking into account sources of contamination; air, liquid, materials, equipment and personnel as well as their interactions. Guidance on biocontamination control is included, as are provisions for the control of molecular contamination. Methods of aseptic processing are excluded, as are methods of cleaning and disinfection except with particular reference to inert surfaces in cleanrooms. The field of competence of the committee embraces all aspects of cleanroom technology, including the classification of controlled environments, the achievement of contamination control in such environments and the design, construction and operation of cleanroom technology.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 247

Building Automation, Controls and Building Management


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 247

Building Automation, Controls and Building Management

Standardisation of building automation, controls and building management systems and services for residential and non-residential buildings. These standards include the definitions, requirements, functionality and test methods of building automation products and systems for automatic control of building services installations. The primary integration measures include application interfaces, systems and services to ensure an efficient technical building management in cooperation with commercial and infrastructural building management. Excluded from this scope are areas of building automation which are under the responsibility of other CEN/CENELEC TC's.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 269

Shell and water-tube boilers


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 269

Shell and water-tube boilers

Standardization of rules for the design, manufacture, materials, equipment and testing of shell boilers and water-tube boilers.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 284

Greenhouses


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 284

Greenhouses

Standardization in the field of permanent and non-permanent greenhouses. To coordinate work in relation to greenhouses in other functional and material related CEN/TCs, and to establish the appropriate liaisons.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 312

Thermal solar systems and components


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 312

Thermal solar systems and components

Preparation of European Standards to cover terminology, general requirements, characteristics, test methods, conformity evaluation and labelling of thermal solar systems and components.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 110

Heat exchangers


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 110

Heat exchangers

Series produced heat exchangers that utilize any combination of refrigerants, steam, water and air as their working fluid and are used for heating and/or heat recovery for hot sanitary water and/or space heating and/or cooling purposes, when installed in private, public or industrial buildings. CEN/TC 110 will also prepare a standard for test methods and acceptance conditions for the thermal, hydraulic and acoustic performance of natural draught wet cooling towers.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 422

Side curtains ventilation systems - safety


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 422

Side curtains ventilation systems - safety

Standardization of side curtain systems supplied for environmental control that use a barrier made from a flexible foil or fabric which moves via a rolling or folding action, or rigid panels that slide; as far as safety aspects, performance and sustainability issues are concerned. Included are machines that operate using the potential energy stored by the earlier application of human or animal force, such as stretched springs. Excluded are doors and side curtains when used as doors, ventilation products inflated by air, screens supplied for the control of fire or smoke and screens that move instantaneously upon the application of human force.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 356

Industrial fans - safety requirements


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 356

Industrial fans - safety requirements


Originator: CEN

P member

ISO/TC 180

Solar energy


Originator: ISO
O member

ISO/TC 180

Solar energy

Standardization in the field of solar energy utilization in space and water heating, cooling, industrial process heating and air conditioning.


Originator: ISO

O member

ISO/TC 209

Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments


Originator: ISO
O member

ISO/TC 209

Cleanrooms and associated controlled environments

Standardization for cleanrooms and associated controlled environments for controlling cleanliness, as well as other attributes and characteristics, relating to facilities, sustainability, equipment, processes and operations.


Originator: ISO

O member