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Documentazione ErP per il LOTTO 1 (riscaldatori ambientali e riscaldatori combinati), LOTTO 10 (condizionamento aria), LOTTO 11 (ventilatori) e Lotto 21/6 (aria condizionata >12 kw, chiller e ventilconvettori)


L'efficienza stagionale è un nuovo metodo per classificare i prodotti di riscaldamento e raffreddamento in base all'efficienza energetica durante l'intero arco dell'anno.

L'efficienza stagionale come definita dalla Direttiva UE sui prodotti correlati all'uso di energia (Direttiva "Eco-Design") che specifica i requisiti minimi ecostrutturali che il produttore deve garantire per i propri prodotti che utilizzano energia.

Per i sistemi di condizionamento aria, i valori di efficienza energetica stagionale (SEER - Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) nel raffreddamento e del coefficiente di prestazione stagionale (SCOP - Seasonal co-efficient of performance) nel riscaldamento permettono di risalire al reale consumo energetico di una pompa di calore.

Per i sistemi di riscaldamento dell'ambiente, il valore dell'efficienza (ηS) viene utilizzato per confrontare l'efficienza di riscaldamento dell'ambiente di sistemi come caldaie a gas e pompe di calore idroniche. In caso di una pompa di riscaldamento, l'efficienza equivale al valore dello SCOP (Seasonal Coefficient Of Performance) diviso il coefficiente di conversione in energia primaria, impostato su 2,5 dalla Direttiva RES. L'efficienza di riscaldamento dell'acqua (ηWH) indica inoltre le prestazioni dei riscaldatori combinati durante la produzione di acqua calda per usi domestici.

I prodotti di Mitsubishi Electric sono concepiti per ottimizzare l'efficienza stagionale piuttosto che l'efficienza nominale convenzionale. Scegliendo prodotti con un valore SEER/SCOP più elevato, i consumatori possono contribuire a ridurre le emissioni di CO2 e la quantità di energia consumata con un conseguente risparmio in denaro. La nuova etichettatura energetica indica le classi di efficienza stagionale come B, A, A+, A++ e A+++ che rappresenta il livello di efficienza più alto in un intero anno*.

* A++ è il livello di efficienza più alto per il riscaldamento ambientale mentre A per l'acqua calda per uso domestico per etichette Lotto 1 di riscaldatori ambientali e combinati fino al 2019.

Documenti LOTTO 1

Leggete documenti sulle informazioni sui prodotti richieste dalla direttiva UE n. 813/2013 del 2 agosto 2013 e 811/2013 del 18 febbraio 2013

Documenti LOTTO 10

Leggete i documenti correlati alle informazioni sui prodotti richieste dalla direttiva UE n. 206/2012 del 6 marzo 2012.

Documenti LOTTO 11

Leggete i documenti correlati alle informazioni sui prodotti richieste dalla direttiva UE n. 327/2011 del 30 marzo 2011.

Documenti LOTTO 6/10

Leggete i documenti correlati alle informazioni sui prodotti richiesti dalla direttiva UE n. 1253/2014 del 7 luglio 2014 e n. 1254/2014 dell'11 luglio 2014

Documenti LOTTO 21/6

Individuare la documentazione correlata alle informazioni sul prodotto richiesta dalla normativa UE n. 2016/2281 del 1 gennaio 2018.

Documenti LOTTO 2

Individuare la documentazione correlata alle informazioni sul prodotto richiesta dalla normativa UE n. 814/2013 del 2 agosto 2013 e 812/2013 del 18 febbraio 2013.