US Etats-Unis d'Amérique
  • 13 - Environnement, Protection de la santé, Sécurité
  • 23 - Fluidique et composants à usage général
  • 27 - Ingénierie de l'énergie et de la transmission de la chaleur
  • 84 - Réacteurs nucléaires, chaudières, machines, appareils et engins mécaniques; parties de ces machines ou appareils

Single package vertical air conditioners and single package vertical heat pumps; Air conditioning machines comprising a motor-driven fan and elements for changing the temperature and humidity, incl. those machines in which the humidity cannot be separately regulated; parts thereof (HS code(s): 8415); Refrigerators, freezers and other refrigerating or freezing equipment, electric or other; heat pumps; parts thereof (excl. air conditioning machines of heading 8415) (HS code(s): 8418); Environmental protection (ICS code(s): 13.020); Ventilators. Fans. Air-conditioners (ICS code(s): 23.120); Heat pumps (ICS code(s): 27.080)

Energy Conservation Program: Energy Conservation Standards for Single Package Vertical Units; (34 page(s), in English)

Notice of proposed rulemaking; notification of proposed determination and announcement of public meeting (to be held 9 January 2023) - The Energy Policy and Conservation Act, as amended (EPCA), prescribes energy conservation standards for various consumer products and certain commercial and industrial equipment, including single package vertical air conditioners (SPVACs) and single package vertical heat pumps (SPVHPs), collectively referred to as single package vertical units (SPVUs). EPCA also requires the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to periodically review standards. In this notice of proposed rulemaking (NOPR); notification of proposed determination (NOPD), DOE proposes to amend the current energy conservation standards for SPVUs such that the existing standard levels would be based on a new cooling efficiency metric of Integrated Energy Efficiency Ratio (IEER) for SPVACs and SPVHPs, and the current heating efficiency metric of Coefficient of Performance (COP) for SPVHPs (but without any increase in stringency), In addition, DOE has initially determined that more-stringent standards for SPVUs would not be economically justified and would not result in a significant conservation of energy. DOE also announces a public meeting to receive comment on these proposed standards and associated analyses and results.