Energy performance of buildings - Method for calculation of system energy requirements and system efficiencies - Part 4-3: Heat generation systems, thermal solar and photovoltaic systems, Module M3-8-3, M8-8-3, M11-8-3

This European Standard specifies the:
-   required inputs;
-   calculation method;
-   required and resulting outputs,
for heat generation systems, thermal solar systems (for space heating, domestic hot water production and the combination of both) and for photovoltaic systems applied in buildings.
Within this standard, 6 methods are specified each method has its own range of applicability.
-   Method 1,
is applicable for solar domestic hot water systems characterized by the EN 12976 series (factory made) or EN 12977-2 (custom built).
The main output of the method is the solar heat and back up heat contribution to the requested heat use.
-   Method 2,
is applicable for systems for domestic hot water and / or space heating with components characterized by EN ISO 9806 and EN 12977-3 or EN 12977-4 with a monthly calculation time step.
The main output of the method is the solar heat and back up heat contribution to the requested heat use.
-   Method 3,
is applicable for systems for domestic hot water and / or space heating with components characterized by EN ISO 9806 with an hourly calculation time step.
The main output of the method is collector loop heat supplied to the heat storage.
-   Method 4,
is applicable for photovoltaic systems with components characterized by standards and with an annual calculation time step.
The output of the method is the produced electricity.
-   Method 5,
is applicable for photovoltaic systems with components characterized by standards and with a monthly calculation time step.
The output of the method is the produced electricity.
-   Method 6,
is applicable for photovoltaic systems with components characterized by standards and with a calculation time step.
The output of the method is the produced electricity.
These three last calculation methods do not take into account:
-   electrical storage;
-   PV/thermal photovoltaic systems.
Primary energy savings and CO2 savings, which can be achieved by photovoltaic systems compared to other systems, are calculated according to EN ISO 52000 1.
NOTE 1   Standards linked to the methods are listed in Annex E.
Table 1 shows the relative position of this standard within the set of EPB standards in the context of the modular structure as set out in EN ISO 52000 1.
NOTE 2   In CEN ISO/TR 52000 2 the same table can be found, with, for each module, the numbers of the relevant EPB standards and accompanying technical reports that are published or in preparation.
NOTE 3   The modules represent EPB standards, although one EPB standard may cover more than one module and one module may be covered by more than one EPB standard, for instance a simplified and a
detailed method respectively. See also Clause 2 and Tables A.1 and B.1.

Energetische Bewertung von Gebäuden - Verfahren zur Berechnung der Energieanforderungen und Nutzungsgrade der Anlagen - Teil 4-3: Wärmeerzeugungssysteme, thermische Solaranlagen und Photovoltaikanlagen, Modul M3-8-3, M8-8-3, M11-8-3

Diese Europäische Norm legt Folgendes fest:
-   erforderliche Energieaufnahmen;
-   Berechnungsverfahren;
-   erforderliche und resultierende Abgaben bzw. Leistungen und Ausgänge
der Wärmeerzeugungssysteme, thermischen Solaranlagen (für Raumheizung, Trinkwarmwasserbereitung und deren Kombination) und für Photovoltaikanlagen, die in Gebäuden eingesetzt werden.
In dieser Norm werden 6 Verfahren festgelegt, die jeweils ihren eigenen Anwendungsbereich haben.
-   Verfahren 1
gilt für solar betriebene Trinkwarmwasserbereiter nach der Normenreihe EN 12976 (vorgefertigt) oder EN 12977 2 (kundenspezifisch gefertigt).
Ergebnis dieses Verfahrens sind in erster Linie die Beiträge von Solarwärme und Zusatzwärme zur Deckung des anfallenden Wärmebedarfs.
-   Verfahren 2
gilt für Systeme für die Trinkwassererwärmung und/oder die Raumheizung mit Bauteilen nach EN ISO 9806 und EN 12977-3 oder EN 12977-4 mit einem monatlichen Berechnungszeitschritt.
Ergebnis dieses Verfahrens sind in erster Linie die Beiträge von Solarwärme und Zusatzwärme zur Deckung des anfallenden Wärmebedarfs.
-   Verfahren 3
gilt für Systeme für Trinkwarmwasserbereitung und/oder Raumheizung mit von Bauteilen nach EN ISO 9806 mit einem stündlichen Berechnungszeitschritt.
Ergebnis dieses Verfahrens ist in erster Linie die dem Wärmespeicher aus dem Kollektorkreislauf zugeführte Wärme.
-   Verfahren 4
gilt für Photovoltaikanlagen mit in Normen beschriebenen Bauteilen und einem jährlichen Berechnungszeitschritt.
Das Ergebnis dieses Verfahrens ist die erzeugte Elektrizität.
-   Verfahren 5
gilt für Photovoltaikanlagen mit in Normen beschriebenen Bauteilen und einem monatlichen Berechnungszeitschritt.
Das Ergebnis dieses Verfahrens ist die erzeugte Elektrizität.
-   Verfahren 6
gilt für Photovoltaikanlagen mit in Normen beschriebenen Bauteilen und einem Berechnungszeitschritt.
Das Ergebnis dieses Verfahrens ist die erzeugte Elektrizität.
Diese letzten drei Berechnungsverfahren lassen Folgendes unberücksichtigt:
-   Elektrizitätsspeicherung;
-   Photovoltaikanlagen, thermische Solaranlagen.
Primärenergie- und CO2-Einsparungen, die durch Photovoltaikanlagen im Vergleich zu anderen Systemen erreicht werden können, werden nach prEN ISO 52000 1 berechnet.
ANMERKUNG 1   Die Normen, in denen die einzelnen Verfahren behandelt werden, sind in Anhang E aufgeführt.
Tabelle 1 zeigt die relative Position dieser Norm innerhalb des EPBD-Normenpakets im Kontext der modularen Struktur wie in prEN ISO 52000 1 dargelegt.
ANMERKUNG 2   In prCEN ISO/TR 52000 2 findet sich die gleiche Tabelle mit den Nummern (für jedes Modul) der jeweiligen EPB-Normen und den dazugehörigen technischen Berichten, die bereits veröffentlicht wurden oder sich in der Erstellung befinden.
ANMERKUNG 3   Die Module repräsentieren EPB-Normen, auch wenn eine EPB-Norm mehr als ein Modul abdecken kann und ein Modul von mehr als einer EPB-Norm abgedeckt werden kann, zum Beispiel jeweils ein vereinfachtes und ein detailliertes Verfahren. Siehe auch Abschnitt 2 und Tabellen A.1 und B.1.

Performance énergétique des bâtiments - Méthode de calcul des besoins énergétiques et des rendements des systèmes - Partie 4-3 : Systèmes de génération de chaleur, systèmes solaires thermiques et systèmes photovoltaïques, Module M3-8-3, M8-8-3, M11-8-3

La présente Norme européenne spécifie :
-   les données d’entrée requises ;
-   la méthode de calcul ;
-   les données de sortie requises et obtenues
nécessaires pour les systèmes de génération de chaleur, les systèmes solaires thermiques (pour le chauffage des locaux, la production d’eau chaude sanitaire ou la combinaison des deux) et pour les systèmes photovoltaïques appliqués dans les bâtiments.
Dans la présente norme, 6 méthodes sont spécifiées, chacune ayant sa propre plage d’application.
-   Méthode 1
applicable aux systèmes solaires de production d’eau chaude sanitaire spécifiés dans la série EN 12976 (préfabriqués en usine) ou dans l’EN 12977-2 (construits sur mesure).
La principale sortie de la méthode est la contribution de l’énergie solaire et du chauffage d’appoint aux besoins de chaleur requis.
-   Méthode 2
applicable aux systèmes de production d’eau chaude sanitaire et/ou de chauffage des locaux avec les composants spécifiés dans l’EN ISO 9806 et l’EN 12977-3 ou l’EN 12977-4, avec un pas de temps de calcul mensuel.
La principale sortie de la méthode est la contribution de l’énergie solaire et du chauffage d’appoint aux besoins de chaleur requis.
-   Méthode 3
applicable aux systèmes de production d’eau chaude sanitaire et/ou de chauffage des locaux avec les composants spécifiés dans l’EN ISO 9806, avec un pas de temps de calcul horaire.
La principale sortie de la méthode est la chaleur de la boucle de captage fournie au réservoir de stockage.
-   Méthode 4
applicable aux systèmes photovoltaïques avec les composants spécifiés dans les normes et avec un pas de temps de calcul annuel.
La sortie de la méthode est l’électricité produite.
-   Méthode 5
applicable aux systèmes photovoltaïques avec les composants spécifiés dans les normes et avec un pas de temps de calcul mensuel.
La sortie de la méthode est l’électricité produite.
-   Méthode 6
applicable aux systèmes photovoltaïques avec les composants spécifiés dans les normes et avec un pas de temps de calcul horaire.
La sortie de la méthode est l’électricité produite.
Ces trois dernières méthodes de calcul ne prennent pas en compte :
-   le stockage d’énergie électrique ;
-   les systèmes photovoltaïques/photovoltaïques thermiques.
Les économies d’énergie primaire et la réduction des émissions de CO2 que permettent les systèmes photovoltaïques par rapport aux autres systèmes sont calculées conformément à l’EN ISO 52000 1.
NOTE 1   Les normes liées aux méthodes sont listées dans l’Annexe E.
Le Tableau 1 indique la position relative de la présente norme dans l’ensemble de normes PEB, dans le contexte de la structure modulaire définie dans l’EN ISO 52000 1.
NOTE 2   Le CEN ISO/TR 52000 2 contient le même tableau avec, pour chaque module, les numéros des normes PEB pertinentes et les rapports techniques associés qui ont été publiés ou qui sont en cours de préparation.
NOTE 3   Les modules représentent les normes PEB ; toutefois une même norme PEB peut couvrir plus d’un module et un module peut être couvert par plus d’une norme PEB, comme dans le cas d’une procédure simplifiée et d’une procédure détaillée, respectivement. Voir également l’Article 2 et les Tableaux A.1 et B.1.

Energijske lastnosti stavb - Metoda za izračun energijskih zahtev in učinkovitosti sistema - 4-3. del: Sistemi za pridobivanje toplote za ogrevanje, solarni toplotni in fotonapetostni sistemi - Moduli M3-8-3, M8-8-3 in M11-8-3

Standard (prEN 15316-4-3) določa:
– zahtevane vhode;
– računsko metodo;
– zahtevane in dejanske izhode,
za sisteme za proizvodnjo toplote, termalne solarne sisteme (za ogrevanje prostora, proizvodnjo gospodinjske tople vode in kombinacijo obeh) ter za fotonapetostne sisteme, uporabljene v stavbah.
V tem standardu je določenih 6 metod, vsaka v svojem obsegu uporabnosti.
– 1. metoda
je namenjena solarnim sistemom gospodinjske tople vode, za katere je značilen standard EN 12976 (tovarniška izdelava) ali EN 12977 2 (izdelava po meri).
Glavni rezultat te metode je sončna toplota in dodatno rezervno ogrevanje poleg zahtevane uporabe toplote.
– 2. metoda
je namenjena sistemom gospodinjske tople vode in/ali ogrevanju prostora s komponentami, za katere je značilen standard EN 12975-2 in EN12977-3 ali EN12977-4 z mesečnim izračunom.
Glavni rezultat te metode je sončna toplota in dodatno rezervno ogrevanje poleg zahtevane uporabe toplote.
– 3. metoda
je namenjena sistemom gospodinjske tople vode in/ali ogrevanju prostora s komponentami, za katere je značilen standard EN 12975-2 z urnim izračunom.
Glavni rezultat te metode je toplota zanke kolektorja, ki se dovaja v zbiralnik toplote.
– 4. metoda
je namenjena fotonapetostnim sistemom s komponentami, za katere so značilni standardi in z letnim izračunom.
Rezultat te metode je proizvedena električna energija.
– 5. metoda
je namenjena fotonapetostnim sistemom s komponentami, za katere so značilni standardi in z mesečnim izračunom.
Rezultat te metode je proizvedena električna energija.

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Energy performance of buildings - Method for calculation of system energy requirements

and system efficiencies - Part 4-3: Heat generation systems, thermal solar and
photovoltaic systems, Module M3-8-3, M8-8-3, M11-8-3
Energetische Bewertung von Gebäuden - Verfahren zur Berechnung der
Energieanforderungen und Nutzungsgrade der Anlagen - Teil 4-3:
Wärmeerzeugungssysteme, thermische Solaranlagen und Photovoltaikanlagen, Modul
M3-8-3, M8-8-3, M11-8-3

Performance énergétique des bâtiments - Méthode de calcul des besoins énergétiques

et des rendements des systèmes - Partie 4-3 : Systèmes de génération de chaleur,
systèmes solaires thermiques et systèmes photovoltaïques, Module M3-8-3, M8-8-3,
M11-8-3
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN 15316-4-3:2017
ICS:
27.160 6RQþQDHQHUJLMD Solar energy engineering
91.140.10 Sistemi centralnega Central heating systems
ogrevanja
SIST EN 15316-4-3:2018 en,fr,de

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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EN 15316-4-3
EUROPEAN STANDARD
NORME EUROPÉENNE
May 2017
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
ICS 27.160; 91.140.10 Supersedes EN 15316-4-3:2007, EN 15316-4-6:2007
English Version
Energy performance of buildings - Method for calculation
of system energy requirements and system efficiencies -
Part 4-3: Heat generation systems, thermal solar and
photovoltaic systems, Module M3-8-3, M8-8-3, M11-8-3

Performance énergétique des bâtiments - Méthode de Energetische Bewertung von Gebäuden - Verfahren zur

calcul des besoins énergétiques et des rendements des Berechnung der Energieanforderungen und

systèmes - Partie 4-3 : Systèmes de génération de Nutzungsgrade der Anlagen - Teil 4-3:

chaleur, systèmes solaires thermiques et systèmes Wärmeerzeugungssysteme, thermische Solaranlagen

photovoltaïques, Module M3-8-3, M8-8-3, M11-8-3 und Photovoltaikanlagen, Modul M3-8-3, M8-8-3, M11-

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Contents Page

European foreword ....................................................................................................................................................... 7

Introduction .................................................................................................................................................................... 8

1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................................. 11

2 Normative references ................................................................................................................................. 14

3 Terms and definitions ................................................................................................................................ 14

3.1 Thermal solar systems ............................................................................................................................... 14

3.2 Photovoltaic systems .................................................................................................................................. 16

4 Symbols and abbreviations ...................................................................................................................... 16

4.1 Symbols ............................................................................................................................................................ 16

4.2 Subscripts ........................................................................................................................................................ 17

5 Description of the methods ...................................................................................................................... 18

5.1 Method 1 – solar thermal applications, using system test data .................................................. 18

5.2 Method 2 – monthly solar thermal applications, using component test data ........................ 19

5.3 Method 3 – hourly solar thermal applications .................................................................................. 19

5.4 Method 4 – photovoltaic - yearly method ............................................................................................ 19

5.5 Method 5 – photovoltaic - monthly method ........................................................................................ 19

5.6 Method 6 – photovoltaic - hourly method ........................................................................................... 19

6 Methods ........................................................................................................................................................... 19

6.1 Solar thermal applications ....................................................................................................................... 19

6.1.1 Method 1 – using system test data ......................................................................................................... 19

6.1.2 Method 2 – monthly, using component specifications .................................................................... 24

6.1.3 Method 3 – hourly, using component specifications ....................................................................... 36

6.2 Solar photovoltaic systems ....................................................................................................................... 42

6.2.1 General ............................................................................................................................................................. 42

6.2.2 Method 4 - photovoltaic – yearly method ............................................................................................ 42

6.2.3 Method 5 - photovoltaic – monthly method ........................................................................................ 45

6.2.4 Method 6 - photovoltaic – hourly method ........................................................................................... 48

7 Quality control .............................................................................................................................................. 53

7.1 Solar thermal applications ....................................................................................................................... 53

7.1.1 Method 1 – using system test data ......................................................................................................... 53

7.1.2 Method 2 – monthly, using component specifications .................................................................... 53

7.1.3 Method 3 – hourly, using component specifications ....................................................................... 53

7.2 Solar photovoltaic applications .............................................................................................................. 53

7.2.1 Method 4 – photovoltaic - yearly method ............................................................................................ 53

7.2.2 Method 5 – photovoltaic - monthly method ........................................................................................ 53

7.2.3 Method 6 – photovoltaic - hourly method ........................................................................................... 53

8 Compliance check......................................................................................................................................... 54

8.1 Solar thermal applications ....................................................................................................................... 54

8.1.1 Method 1 – using system test data ......................................................................................................... 54

8.1.2 Method 2 – monthly, using component specifications .................................................................... 54

8.1.3 Method 3 – hourly, using component specifications ....................................................................... 54

8.2 Solar photovoltaic applications .............................................................................................................. 54

8.2.1 Method 4 – photovoltaic - yearly method ............................................................................................ 54

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8.2.2 Method 5 – photovoltaic - monthly method ........................................................................................ 54

8.2.3 Method 6 – photovoltaic - hourly method ............................................................................................ 54

Annex A (normative) Template for the specification of application data ............................................. 55

A.1 Method 1 – using system test data .......................................................................................................... 55

A.1.1 Product technical data ................................................................................................................................ 55

A.1.2 System design data ....................................................................................................................................... 55

A.1.3 Operating conditions ................................................................................................................................... 55

A.2 Method 2 – monthly, using component specifications .................................................................... 55

A.2.1 Product technical data ................................................................................................................................ 55

A.2.1.1 Collector ........................................................................................................................................................... 55

A.2.1.2 Collector pump .............................................................................................................................................. 56

A.2.1.3 Heat storage .................................................................................................................................................... 57

A.2.2 System design data ....................................................................................................................................... 58

A.2.2.1 Type of service ............................................................................................................................................... 58

A.2.2.2 Location of heat storage tank ................................................................................................................... 59

A.2.2.3 Type solar system layout ........................................................................................................................... 59

A.2.2.4 Correction factor collector orientation and shadowing ................................................................. 59

A.2.2.5 Collector loop overall heat loss coefficient ......................................................................................... 60

A.2.2.6 Efficiency of the collector loop ................................................................................................................. 60

A.2.2.7 Collector pump operation time ............................................................................................................... 61

A.2.2.8 Pipe insulation back up heater loop ...................................................................................................... 61

A.2.2.9 Back up heater operation .......................................................................................................................... 61

A.2.2.10 Space heating distribution return Heat storage ............................................................................. 62

A.2.2.11 Recoverable part of the heat losses .................................................................................................... 62

A.2.2.12 Correlation factors .................................................................................................................................... 62

A.2.2.13 Correction factor ........................................................................................................................................ 63

A.2.2.14 Air temperature heated room ............................................................................................................... 63

A.2.2.15 Domestic hot water temperature ......................................................................................................... 63

A.2.3 Operating conditions ................................................................................................................................... 64

A.2.3.1 Solar irradiance ............................................................................................................................................. 64

A.2.3.2 Cold water and outside air temperature .............................................................................................. 64

A.2.3.3 Heat use for water heating ........................................................................................................................ 65

A.2.3.4 Design temperature settings .................................................................................................................... 65

A.2.3.5 Back-up heaters............................................................................................................................................. 65

A.3 Method 3 – hourly, using component specifications ........................................................................ 66

A.3.1 Product technical data ................................................................................................................................ 66

A.3.1.1 General ............................................................................................................................................................. 66

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A.3.1.2 Collector .......................................................................................................................................................... 66

A.3.1.3 Collector pump and control ...................................................................................................................... 66

A.3.2 System design data ...................................................................................................................................... 67

A.3.2.1 Collector tilt and orientation ................................................................................................................... 67

A.3.2.2 Installed collector area .............................................................................................................................. 67

A.3.2.3 Solar loop mass flow rate .......................................................................................................................... 67

A.3.2.4 Location of the collector loop piping ..................................................................................................... 67

A.3.2.5 Heat losses of the collector loop ............................................................................................................. 68

A.3.3 Calculations .................................................................................................................................................... 68

Annex B (informative) Default application data ............................................................................................ 69

B.1 Method 1 – using system test data ......................................................................................................... 69

B.1.1 Product technical data ............................................................................................................................... 69

B.1.2 System design data ...................................................................................................................................... 69

B.1.3 Operating conditions .................................................................................................................................. 69

B.2 Method 2 – monthly, using component specifications .................................................................... 69

B.2.1 Product technical data ............................................................................................................................... 69

B.2.1.1 Collector .......................................................................................................................................................... 69

B.2.1.2 Collector pump .............................................................................................................................................. 70

B.2.1.3 Heat storage ................................................................................................................................................... 71

B.2.2 System design data ...................................................................................................................................... 72

B.2.2.1 Type of service .............................................................................................................................................. 72

B.2.2.2 Location of heat storage tank .................................................................................................................. 73

B.2.2.3 Type solar system layout ........................................................................................................................... 73

B.2.2.4 Correction factor collector orientation and shadowing ................................................................. 73

B.2.2.5 Collector loop overall heat loss coefficient ......................................................................................... 74

B.2.2.6 Efficiency of the collector loop ................................................................................................................ 74

B.2.2.7 Collector pump operation time ............................................................................................................... 75

B.2.2.8 Pipe insulation back up heater loop ...................................................................................................... 75

B.2.2.9 Back up heater operation .......................................................................................................................... 75

B.2.2.10 Space heating distribution return Heat storage ............................................................................ 76

B.2.2.11 Recoverable part of the heat losses .................................................................................................... 76

B.2.2.12 Correlation factors .................................................................................................................................... 76

B.2.2.13 Correction factor ....................................................................................................................................... 77

B.2.2.14 Air temperature heated room .............................................................................................................. 77

B.2.2.15 Domestic hot water temperature ........................................................................................................ 77

B.2.3 Operating conditions .................................................................................................................................. 77

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B.2.3.1 Solar irradiance ............................................................................................................................................. 77

B.2.3.2 Cold water and outside air temperature .............................................................................................. 78

B.2.3.3 Heat use for water heating ........................................................................................................................ 79

B.2.3.4 Design temperature settings .................................................................................................................... 79

B.2.3.5 Back-up heaters............................................................................................................................................. 79

B.3 Method 3 – hourly, using component specifications ........................................................................ 80

B.3.1 Product technical data ................................................................................................................................ 80

B.3.1.1 General ............................................................................................................................................................. 80

B.3.1.2 Collector ........................................................................................................................................................... 80

B.3.1.3 Collector pump and control ...................................................................................................................... 80

B.3.2 System design data ....................................................................................................................................... 81

B.3.2.1 Collector tilt and orientation .................................................................................................................... 81

B.3.2.2 Installed collector area ............................................................................................................................... 81

B.3.2.3 Solar loop mass flow rate ........................................................................................................................... 81

B.3.2.4 Location of the collector loop piping ..................................................................................................... 81

B.3.2.5 Heat losses of the collector loop .............................................................................................................. 82

B.3.3 Calculations..................................................................................................................................................... 82

Annex C (informative) Solar irradiation on the photovoltaic modules.................................................. 83

C.1 Annual global solar irradiation ............................................................................................................... 83

C.2 Tilt and orientation conversion factor for calculation of the energy radiation on the

photovoltaic module surface .................................................................................................................... 83

C.3 Peak power ..................................................................................................................................................... 85

C.4 System performance factor ....................................................................................................................... 85

Annex D (normative) Method selection ............................................................................................................. 86

D.1 Solar thermal applications ........................................................................................................................ 86

D.2 Solar photovoltaic applications ............................................................................................................... 86

Annex E (informative) Standards linked to solar systems and components ....................................... 88

Annex F (informative) Method 2 implementation for Ecodesign and Energy labelling ................... 91

F.1 Introduction.................................................................................................................................................... 91

F.2 Prescribed settings for method 2............................................................................................................ 91

F.3 Calculation of auxiliary electricity consumption .............................................................................. 93

F.4 Determination of the water heater performance parameters without solar

contribution .................................................................................................................................................... 93

F.4.1 General ............................................................................................................................................................. 93

F.4.2 External boiler-type backup heater ....................................................................................................... 94

F.4.3 External heat pump backup heater ........................................................................................................ 94

F.4.4 Integrated fuel fired heater ...................................................................................................................... 95

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F.4.5 Electrical immersion heater ..................................................................................................................... 96

F.5 Conversion of parameters in this EN to parameters in the regulations ................................... 96

Annex ZA (informative) Relationship between this European Standard and the energy

labelling requirements of Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 811/2013

aimed to be covered .................................................................................................................................. 100

Annex ZB (informative) Relationship between this European Standard and the energy

labelling requirements of Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 812/2013

aimed to be covered .................................................................................................................................. 101

Annex ZC (informative) Relationship between this European Standard and the ecodesign

requirements of Commission Regulation (EU) No 814/2013 aimed to be covered ........... 102

Bibliography ............................................................................................................................................................... 103

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European foreword

This document (EN 15316-4-3:2017) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 228 “Heating

systems and water based cooling systems in buildings”, the secretariat of which is held by DIN.

This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publication of an

identical text or by endorsement, at the latest by November 2017, and conflicting national standards

shall be withdrawn at the latest by November 2017.

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of

patent rights. CEN [and/or CENELEC] shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent

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