Thinking about indoor air quality and ventilation is becoming one of the major issues for professionals in the sector, both in new construction and in renovation.
By addressing the issue of IAQ and ventilation, INTERCLIMA 2022, a historic trade fair for the entire HVAC industry, which will be held from October 3 to 6 in Paris, Porte de Versailles, is thus taking up a subject of strong interest. present and future, to provide professionals with answers in terms of solutions, practices, training and innovations.
A space Indoor air quality
The entire sector will be able to meet and discuss in a dedicated space, designed by Uniclima in partnership with the French Association of Ventilation, born in January 2021, around Forum and Workshop.
With its 18 members, including 7 founding professional organizations (CAPEB, COEDIS, FEDENE, UMGCCP-FFB, UNICLIMA, SNEFCCA and SYNASAV), the entire professional ventilation sector is thus mobilizing for the first time on Interclima .
- The QAI Forum: in this space for speeches, dynamic and rhythmic, experts and manufacturers will follow one another every 30 minutes to present a product, a service, the result of a study or a solution, with subjects related to indoor air quality or ventilation. Hall 3 booth J108
- The QAI Workshop: this Uniclima stand, in partnership with the French Association of Ventilation, will raise awareness among the various players (project managers, contracting authorities, installers, etc.) about the quality of ventilation installations. In this meeting place completely reinvented this year, any professional wondering about a question related to IAQ will be able to access a series of "serious games" allowing them to test their knowledge in a fun way. The Un air en commun model, proposed by the Construction Quality Agency (AQC), will make visitors aware of residential ventilation. Online educational games and quizzes will allow installers, project owners or design offices to take stock of ventilation, thanks in particular to the content of the batiment-ventilation.fr site set up by the DHUP with the support of the CEREMA and the Ventilation Club. Hall 3 booth K108
Concrete commitments signed
A Green Deal agreement between the Plan Bâtiment Durable (PBD) and the French Ventilation Association will be signed at the show in the presence of Philippe Pelletier, president of the PBD. This agreement will carry the AFV's concrete commitments for ventilation and indoor air quality in buildings undergoing renovation. In particular, this involves supporting the upskilling of players in the sector, developing the maintenance and upkeep of equipment, promoting the replacement of old equipment by increasing the annual renewal rate of VMC groups and also promote the installation of ventilation systems in old buildings that are not equipped. Particular attention will be paid to schools that have been the subject of a strong position in 5 points from the AFV.
The main players in IAQ and ventilation were present
Many IAQ and ventilation players will be positioned around the Indoor Air Quality space, thus creating a busy zone on these subjects.
Find all of the Indoor Air Quality exhibitors here
Technological innovation in ventilation widely represented at the show
Among the 43 participants in the Interclima 2022 Innovation Awards, 5 manufacturers offer innovations in the field of ventilation systems (Aldes, Groupe Atlantic, France Air, S&P France and Zehnder Group France) and 4 others offer indoor units air/air heat pumps involved in indoor air treatment (Thermor, Toshiba, Frigicoll France and Johnson Controls Hitachi, etc.).
Other recent or new solutions will also be presented at the show.
For its return to Porte de Versailles, after three years of silence imposed by the health crisis, INTERCLIMA 2022 promises to be an exceptional edition to draw up an inventory of solutions, training and innovations and to project itself with confidence. in the future of the sector.