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INTAS – Study into compliance of industrial fans with Ecodesign (GEN – 730.00)

23 November 2016

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INTAS – Study into compliance of industrial fans with Ecodesign (GEN – 730.00)

23 November 2016

1 min read

GEN – 730.00. The INTAS aims to support Market Surveillance Authorities (MSAs) to deliver compliance for large products; large industrial fans (10 kW to 500 kW) and transformers and to provide industry tools to show is complying with Ecodesign legislation.

The 1st Half-yearly progress summary March – September 2016 of the INTAS study has become available.  The translation of the project description in many languages such as Italian, Polish, Dutch etc. two elements are worthy of note:

  1. An advisory Board was set up with the following composition

Stakeholder group

Organisation

Name

MSA – DE

BAM

Floris Akkerman

MSA – DE

MUKE BW

Tamara Janke

MSA – CZ

SEI

Marcela Juračková

MSA – DK

DEA

Bjarke Hansen

MSA – SE

SEA

Lina Kinning

MSA – NO

NVE

Knut Nordvald Knutsen

Industry Transformers

T&D Europe

Michel Sacotte

Industry Fans

EVIA

Karsten Witt

Policy maker

EC DG Growth

Cesar Santos

Policy maker

EC DG Energy

Ewout Deurwaarder

Standardization – Fans

ISO fans

Tony Breen

Details: http://www.intas-testing.eu/storage/app/media/INTAS%20first%20Half-yearly%20progress%203-9_2016.pdf

   2. A database of EN/IEC/ISO technical standards on large fans (10 kW to 500 kW)

http://www.intas-testing.eu/storage/app/media/INTAS_D2.1_Final_Annex_B.pdf

This report is interesting because it gives a good overview of standards for fans around the world.

For Europe, there are also a reference to building codes under the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive. 

There is a single reference to manufacturers’ certified data defined by AMCA 205.

Recommended Action

Manufacturers of fans and cooling towers are strongly recommended to register on the project website http://www.intas-testing.eu/about-project/team-and-contacts

The secretariats of relevant Product Groups are asked to keep an eye on the developments within this INTAS-project. A careful analysis of the documents produced may prove useful. It is possible that some of the information contained in the reports may need to be commented or completed.

Related documents and links

Project website: http://www.intas-testing.eu/ 

GEN 716 and GEN 716.01 Summary of the Workshop for the Ecodesign Market Surveillance of Large/Complex Products (as additional background information)

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