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Eurovent Certification and Certita Merge

Claims to be first European one-stop-shop for performance certification of HVACR products

| | Jul 22, 2013 | 12:38 pm
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Claims to be first European one-stop-shop for performance certification of HVACR products

Certita and Eurovent Certification Company, product certification companies in the HVACR sector, have announced successfully completing the merger of their certification activities within a new corporation named Eurovent Certita Certification. Effective from July 1, all merged certification activities are being operated by this new entity, having its head office at Paris La Défense, headed by a Management Board, with Erick Melquiond as its President and François-Xavier Ball as its Managing Director, the announcement has added.

The combined company has now become a one-stop shop for European certification body in the field of HVACR, operating 35 certification programmes and generating a turnover of about nine million Euros the new company claimed. As a result of the merging, Eurovent Certita Certification is now providing voluntary third-party certification services on the full range of HVACR products, whatever their final use, either in residential domestic buildings or in industrial facilities, it elaborated.

According to Eurovent Certita Certification, it now offers various certification schemes tailored to the needs of manufacturers and stakeholders on their specific markets, focusing on certifying product performance as well as data needed to implement regulations. “Eurovent certified performance”, NF, CSTBat, and the European Keymark, are the main quality marks it has currently proposed, the new company revealed.

It has listed a few of the certification schemes proposed for domestic and industrial facilities:

  • Thermodynamics: Heat pumps, air conditioners, liquid chilling packages, VRF, rooftop
  • Comfort appliances: Radiators, fan coils, solar collectors and heaters, heating appliances using liquid or solid fuels, mobile liquid fuel heaters, chilled beams
  • Cooling and refrigeration: Cooling and heating coils, cooling towers, heat exchangers, milk coolers, condensing units, compressors, refrigerated display cabinet
  • Ventilation: Mechanical ventilation, air handling units, fans, flue pipes, filters, heat recovery

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