Project

Building environment design - Embedded radiant heating and cooling systems - Part 1: Definitions, symbols, and comfort criteria - Amendment 1 (ISO 11855-1:2021/DAM 1:2022); German and English version EN ISO 11855-1:2021/prA1:2022

Abstract

ISO 11855-1 specifies the basic definitions, symbols, and comfort criteria for embedded radiant heating and cooling systems. The ISO 11855 series is applicable to water based embedded surface heating and cooling systems in residential, commercial and industrial buildings. The methods apply to systems integrated into the wall, floor or ceiling construction without any open air gaps. It does not apply to panel systems with open air gaps which are not integrated into the building structure. The ISO 11855 series also applies, as appropriate, to the use of fluids other than water as a heating or cooling medium. The ISO 11855 series is not applicable for testing of systems. The methods do not apply to heated or chilled ceiling panels or beams.

Begin

2022-03-03

WI

00228097

Planned document number

DIN EN ISO 11855-1/A1

Project number

04112106

Responsible national committee

NA 041-01-69-15 AK - Integrated surface heating and -cooling (Mirror committee CEN/TC 130/WG 9 and ISO/TC 205/WG 8) 

Responsible european committee

CEN/TC 228 - Heating systems and water based cooling systems in buildings 

Responsible international committee

ISO/TC 205/WG 8 - Radiant heating and cooling systems 

draft standard

Building environment design - Embedded radiant heating and cooling systems - Part 1: Definitions, symbols, and comfort criteria - Amendment 1 (ISO 11855-1:2021/DAM 1:2022); German and English version EN ISO 11855-1:2021/prA1:2022
2022-11
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previous edition(s)

Building environment design - Embedded radiant heating and cooling systems - Part 1: Definitions, symbols, and comfort criteria (ISO 11855-1:2021); German version EN ISO 11855-1:2021
2022-04

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Contact

Dipl.-Ing. (FH)

Frank Lange

Am DIN-Platz, Burggrafenstr. 6
10787 Berlin

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