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Résumé

This report describes an installation for the heating and preparation of sanitary hot water of an administrative centre, using solar collectors without glazing cooled by a heat pump as well as the results obtained and the problems faced during an operation period of two years. The predeterminations have, in a general way, been confirmed by the measurements: + a solar system of this type gives much better performances than a traditional solar equipment for the heating of rooms and sanitary hot water; + the savings on consumption costs represent 25 to 30 % and the primary energy savings 15 to 20 % in comparison with a traditional central heating system, this in a new and properly insulated building. The following improvements will lead to better performances: + reduction of the consumption of electrical auxiliaries; + use of a less sophisticated regulation. The development prospects of such a system are related to: + the cost reduction of the equipment by means of a mass production and a better integration of the collectors into the building structure; + the information of fitters and architects on the existence of this product, its performance and the need to give it a triple function: insulation, imperviousness of the roofing and energy collecting.

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Auteurs: LEYSEN J, UNERG S.A., BRUXELLES (BELGIUM);MAYNE J P UNERG S.A., BRUXELLES (BELGIUM), UNERG S.A., BRUXELLES (BELGIUM)
Références bibliographiques: EUR 9305 FR (1984) MF, 102 P., BFR 240, BLOW-UP COPY BFR 510, EUROFFICE, LUXEMBOURG, POB 1003
Disponibilité: Can be ordered online
Numéro d'enregistrement: 1989122101700 / Dernière mise à jour le: 1987-01-01
Catégorie: publication
Langues disponibles: fr