The ErP Directive requires a high efficiency.
By adopting the Kyoto protocol, the European Union undertakes to reduce CO2 emissions by at least 20 % until 2020. A milestone to achieve this goal is the Directive on Energy-using Products (EuP) adopted in 2005, which was renamed into Directive on Energy-related Products (ErP) in 2009. It is also known as the eco-design Directive.
Many manufacturers of air-cleaning equipment still fail to comply with the requirements of the EU directive on energy-saving ventilation- and fan systems and they are often cheating on the implementation of ErP requirements by changing only the fan motor but not the fan impeller – for more information please read the article on the ErP directive of our supplier ebmpapst:
Source of illustration: ebm papst