Halozan H, Rieberer R
Bibliographic info:
Netherlands, IEA Heat Pump Centre Newsletter, Vol 15, No 4, 1997, pp 21-22

Central Europe is, especially in the residential sector, a region using mainly hydronic systems with static heat transfer surfaces, which operate noiselessly and with slow air movements. Cooling is - as yet - not required. This implies that air-heating systems are not very common in Austria. However, new improved building standards may change this situation, because the specific heat load is significantly reduced. In the building sector, both energy savings and a reduction in C02 emissions can be achieved relatively quickly.