SM30: How Australian and European regulators are driving the future of building efficiency standards
Recent developments of the National Construction Code and EU regulations have placed an increased emphasis on fan and ventilation system efficiency.
With 55% of all power in buildings consumed by fans there is an immediate need for higher efficiency air movement systems to drive down the usage of electricity. This session will outline changes of NCC Section nJ5.4 and EU regulations.
Fan efficiency is now front and centre in the NCC.
- How is this demonstrated? Examples will be given
- How do consulting engineers have to prepare for compliance?
- What questions should be asked of suppliers?
The backbone legislation for the NCC is European legislation. This is changing.
- What changes are happening in Europe
- Where may the future be here for us in ANZ?
- What will be the implications for OEMs exporting to Europe?
BOOK NOW – Cost $25.00 – Wednesday 20th May 2020 @ 2:00 pm
Presenters: Simon Bradwell, Chairman FMA-ANZ & Managing Director, ebm-papst A&NZ
Simon Bradwell, PhD, CEng, FIEAust, is Chairman of the Fan Manufacturers Association of Australia and New Zealand (FMA-ANZ) and Managing Director of ebm-papst A&NZ. He is an Executive Director at ARBS and the ARBS Foundation and part of the Executive Management Committee of AREMA. He is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Simon works broadly with Australian federal and state governments on fan efficiencies and other motor related issues. His 18 years of fan industry experience and his engineering work spans Europe, Africa and Australasia. He is a Chartered Engineer with a Doctorate in Engineering from the UK. In 2015 he was recognised as Fellow of Engineers Australia.
Uwe Sigloch, Director Product & Market Management, ebm-papst Mulfingen GmbH & Co
Uwe Sigloch is the Director Product & Market Management at ebm-papst Mulfingen GmbH & Co. KG, Germany. He spent his 30-year career in fan engineering and marketing profession. Over a decade of his journey with ebm-papst, Uwe is closely involved in global fan efficiency regulation, with a special focus on Europe. His particular interest is the promotion of efficient fan systems using the wire-to-air efficiency metrics. He earned his mechanical engineering degree from the Heilbronn University, Germany and an MBA from the University of Kentucky.
Note: The seminar program may be subject to change. If you have registered for this seminar any topic, presenter, timetable or price changes will be communicated as soon as possible prior to the event.