Component Database


Opaque building envelope

Transparent building envelope

Win­dows

Win­dows fa­cing the sun gain more sol­ar en­ergy than they loose by heat trans­mis­sion.

Win­dows in the component database

Roof win­dows

Roof win­dows in the component database

Sky­lights

Sky­lights in the component database

Cur­tain wall sys­tems

Cur­tain wall sys­tems in the component database

Glass roofs

Glass roofs in the component database

Open­able glass roof ele­ments

Open­able glass roof ele­ments in the component database

Shut­ters

Pass­ive house shut­ters avoid heat dis­sip­a­tion that oc­curs in con­ven­tion­al shut­ters.

Shut­ters in the component database

Entry doors

Entry doors in the component database

Slid­ing doors

Slid­ing doors in the component database

Glaz­ing

Triple or even quad­ruple glaz­ing in­su­late much bet­ter than double glaz­ing win­dow panes. Dif­fer­ent types of glass let more or less sol­ar ra­di­ation in.

Glaz­ing in the component database

Spacers

Good spacers between the glass panes avoid thermal bridges caus­ing heat losses.

Spacers in the component database

Building services

Com­pact heat pump units

Com­pact heat pump units provide hot wa­ter and heat­ing in com­bin­a­tion with a vent­il­a­tion sys­tem that en­sures that fresh air gets in­to the house while keep­ing the heat in­side with the help of a heat ex­changer.

Com­pact heat pump units in the component database

Vent­il­a­tion sys­tems
(ca­pa­city < 600 m3/h)

The vent­il­a­tion sys­tem en­sures that fresh air gets in­to the house while keep­ing the heat in­side with the help of a heat ex­changer.

Vent­il­a­tion sys­tems
(ca­pa­city < 600 m3/h) in the component database

Vent­il­a­tion sys­tems
(ca­pa­city > 600 m3/h)

The vent­il­a­tion sys­tem en­sures that fresh air gets in­to the house while keep­ing the heat in­side with the help of a heat ex­changer.

Vent­il­a­tion sys­tems
(ca­pa­city > 600 m3/h) in the component database

Drain wa­ter heat re­cov­ery

A &drain wa­ter re­cov­ery can re­duce the amount of heat­ing en­ergy for shower­ing by about 30 %.

Drain wa­ter heat re­cov­ery in the component database
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Certification criteria for transparent components

Certification criteria for transparent components

Certification criteria for transparent components

Certification criteria for transparent components

Certification criteria for transparent components

Certification criteria for transparent components

Certification criteria for transparent components

Certification criteria for balconies

Certification criteria for opaque systems

Certification criteria for opaque systems

Certification criteria for compact units

Certification criteria for drain water heat recovery

Certification criteria for ventilation systems

Certification criteria for façade anchors

Certification criteria for opaque systems