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Airtightness testing part 2: Status and trends in competent tester schemes in Germany, the Czech Republic and France

INIVE eeig, 2013
airtightness | Airtightness testing | competent tester schemes
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22 November 2013 | Airtightness testing: status and trends in competent tester schemes in Germany, the Czech Republic and France

Over the past few years, there has been an increasing number of airtightness tests performed in Europe either for specific high performance buildings programmes or for a wide range of buildings in regulatory contexts. This has led to the development of competent tester schemes to contain potential legal and competition issues. The objective of this webinar was to give information on the status and trends in airtightness testing in Germany, the Czech Republic and France including the details and feedback on competent tester schemes.

This webinar was organized with the support of TightVent Europe ( and AIVC. Both initiatives are facilitated by INIVE (


  • Introduction And Context Of The Webinar - Peter Wouters and Rémi Carrié

  • Status in Germany and FLiB's Activities - Stefanie Rolfsmeier, FLiB, Germany

  • Questions and answers #1

  • Status in the Czech Republic and A.BD.CZ Activities - Jiří Novák, A.BD.CZ, the Czech Republic

  • Questions & Answers #2

  • Status in France and Syneole Activities - Cédric D'Haene, Syneole, France

  • Closing

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