• FOR EUROPE

    ASERCOM uses its expertise to reconcile the industrial and technological possibilities and realities with the political objectives within the EU.

  • For more safety

    ASERCOM elaborates safety standards for a secure handling of HVAC/R products.

  • For more energy efficiency

    ASERCOM deals with scientific and technical topics and their challenges within the HVAC/R industry by supporting energy efficiency improvement.

  • For more environmental protection

    ASERCOM issues guidelines and recommendations for better protection of the environment.

  • For more harmonisation and comparability

    ASERCOM aims for global harmonisation of component standards and regulations within the HVAC/R industry.

  • For the people and the industry

    ASERCOM serves the refrigeration and air conditioning industry and its customers.

  • For more progress

    ASERCOM certifications help to achieve the climate targets of the Kyoto Protocol and allow objective component selection.

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  • Climaveneta draws on arts experience

    23 January 2017

    The innovative design, by Maurice Nio, is reflected in its sustainable mechanical systems. At the … The pumps can work in cooling only, heating only, and simultaneous heating and cooling mode, to satisfy the building’s needs all year round.  ​ By choosing multi-purpose heat pumps for the production of both hot and cold water, the HVAC plant designers have selected a fully electric solution, turning down any non-renewable, fossil fuel …


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  • John Sargeant headlines FETA lunch

    23 January 2017

    UK: Journalist and broadcaster John Sergeant will be the guest speaker at this year’s FETA lunch at … Over 600 manufacturers, suppliers, installers and contractors within the HVACR industry are expected to attend this ever-popular event, which takes place on Thursday April 27, …


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  • Eurovent forms Middle East group

    23 January 2017

    DUBAI: Brian Suggitt, Middle East md of Systemair, has been elected as the first chairman of Euorvent’ … Brian Suggitt’s has worked within the Middle East for over 30 years, largely within the HVAC market. He has headed up and developed major international companies in Saudi Arabia and Dubai … , and an in-depth knowledge on the local culture, regulations and specifications affecting the HVACR industry throughout the region.

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  • Overheated houses a growing problem

    23 January 2017

    UK: Modern UK building standards are said to be leading to an increased incidence of problems of overheating in buildings without air conditioning. According to a new study overheating is a nationwide, growing problem that can render buildings … The UK’s temperate climate means attention in the UK housing stock continues to be focused on heating and heat retention. Domestic air conditioning, or comfort cooling, is uncommon.

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  • ASERCOM celebrates its 25th anniversary at Annual Convention

    On the evening before the ASERCOM Annual Convention, the association used the occasion to celebrate its 25th anniversary. Click the link below for some impressions of the evening.



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  • ASERCOM and EPEE review Chillventa 2016

    Chillventa is always a highlight on the HVACR calendar, and ASERCOM and EPEE are delighted to have co-organised two events and shared a booth, ideal platforms to discuss the role of the HVACR sector in Europe’s energy framework.



     


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  • ASERCOM reinforces its presence in the local market across Europe

    After the German VDKF last year, 3 new major local associations have joined ASERCOM as associated members: ASSO Frigoristi (Italy), le SNEFCA (France) and UBF-ACA (Belgium).



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  • VDKF at China Refrigeration in Beijing

    VDKF President Wolfgang Zaremski and Vice President Reinhard Jeschkeit represented the German association at this year’s China Refrigeration in Beijing. To read a few impressions of their visit, please click the link below. (Please note that this article is available in German only).

     



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