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experience

2500 projects

and many more

technical expert

for airtightness and thermal insulation

on buildings

since

10 years

we have been working for your energy balance

Services

airtightness concept

ventilation according to DIN EN 1946-6: ventilation of apartments

In may 2009 the updated ventilation standard DIN 1946-6 was published after several years of revision. It is binding for all parties involved in the construction. The ventilation standard prescribes the ventilation of residential buildings (new buildings and renovations). It also establishes limit values ​​and the calculation methods for the specified air exchange. For the first time DIN 1946-6 defines a verification procedure as to whether a ventilation system is required for buildings. A ventilation concept is essential for new buildings. A ventilation concept is also required for the repair / modernization of a building in the following cases.

  • In a multi-family house, more than one third of the windows of a usage unit are exchanged.
  • more than one third of the windows are replaced or more than 1/3 of the roof area is sealed in a single-family home.

rösemeier. creates your ventilation concept according to DIN EN 1946-6.

energy certificate

The energy certificate is a document that evaluates a building energetically. The exhibition, use, principles and principles of energy certificates are regulated in Germany in the Energy Saving Ordinance (EnEV).

In addition to the different legal obligations to submit an energy certificate, the energy certificate is used in particular as a planning instrument. In the case of new construction and refurbishment, the energy certificate is specifically designed to optimize the respective requirements.

heating load calculation

The heating load calculation is used to determine how much energy a heating installation must give to keep a building warm. It follows a standardized procedure and is abbreviated by numerous building-specific influencing variables. The results of the heating load calculation provide information on the size of a heating installation. In doing so, they affect not only the performance of the heat generator itself, but also the size of heating surfaces such as radiators or heaters of a surface heating system. They define the heat demand of individual rooms and are therefore the basis for the dimensioning of the pipe network. In addition, the calculation of the heating load is also necessary when a hydraulic adjustment is carried out.

expert in Energy efficiency

The expert for energy efficiency (energy consultants) is very important to you, as he plans the rehabilitation, supervises the implementation of the reconstruction work and ensures the quality of all the measures, so that your project can also contribute to the desired result.

proof for EE WärmeG

New construction projects, residential and non-residential buildings, which are applied for or notified from 1 January 2009, are covered by the German Renewable Energy Heat Act (EEWärmeG). According to this, the heat supply of the building has to be covered by renewable energies to a certain percentage (depending on the technology chosen) or a so-called replacement measure has to be implemented. According to this law, the owners of the building must also prove the fulfillment of the requirements to a certain extent against the lower building authority.

PHPP-planning

A passive house is characterized by particularly high comfort with very low energy consumption. This is mainly achieved by passive components such as high-quality heat protection windows, insulation and heat exchangers.

The house heats and cools "passively".

expert for heat protection

As independent and certified experts, we produce your heat protection / EnEV certification according to DIN 4108/4701 or DIN V 18599 for residential and non-residential buildings.

funding advice

The funding service finds the best funding for you and supports you with the applications. In the first step, our experts calculate the maximum funding from cash grants and loan terms for a measure. Before the start of the action, we will check the tradesmen offers you have received and advise you, if necessary, of the minimum technical requirements for subsidies. The next step is to help you apply for funding. Our experts will inform you which forms have to be filled out or which areas you have to contact personally.

In the case of KfW funding (for example, programs 430/431/152), our team confirms the eligibility of the submitted offers and provides the necessary proof of use.

efficiency house - planning

An efficiency house is characterized by a particularly low energy consumption. The term "efficiency house" is a quality mark developed by the Federal Office for Transport, Building and Urban Development of the German Energy Agency and KfW.

In the promotional programs, this quality mark is reflected in various stages. It is also decided whether a new building will be constructed or an existing building will be renovated. In principle, the annual primary energy demand and the transmission heat loss must be demonstrated for each type of construction.

BAFA energy consulting

rösemeier. creates a coherent concept for you and supports you with the application for funding. The energy advice can help you reduce your heating costs and create a more comfortable room climate. When it comes to energy consulting, you do not necessarily need a new heating system or an overloaded insulation concept. In the energy consultancy, it is important to examine, calculate and analyze every factor that can influence the energy consumption. Only after an accurate inventory and calculations a statement can be made if a new acquisition or improvements are required. Unfortunately, the term "energy consultants" is not yet a protected term. This also provides many energy consultations from non-specialists, who are only out for profit. Do not let the concept frighten you. Good advice can save money.

Do you have any questions regarding the energy certificate or the subsidies which must be requested and checked by an energy consultant? rösemeier. is at your disposal from the renovation concept, energy advice according to the BAFA guideline, subsidy application, building supervision and acceptance of your project.

thermal building simulation

Proof of the summer heat protection by the method of the excess temperature hours. The heating and cooling operation of the building is anticipated by the thermal building simulation. In this case, all dynamic factors of the building operation (including weather conditions, space usage, component storage, control). The thermal building simulation is therefore also called dynamic building simulation.

energetic construction supervision

Whether a new building or refurbishment to the KfW Efficiency Center and the implementation of individual modernization measures - in accordance with the guidelines for KfW funding - an independent expert already has to get involved for the application for the "Energy Efficiency Renovation" and "Energy Efficiency Building" programs. With this method the KfW wants to ensure that the targeted fundings are also achieved.

With the program 431 "Energy Efficiency Rehabilitation - Building Management", KfW subsidizes the energetic specialist planning and construction supervision by independent external experts as listed on Effizienzhaus-online. 50 per cent of the costs for the building management - a maximum of 4,000 euros per renovation project - will be reimbursed to the house owners with the subsidy. Eligible costs are the costs of planning, support for tendering and tender evaluation, control of the construction and acceptance as well as evaluation of the rehabilitation. Important: The commissioning of the independent expert for the construction supervision must be carried out before the start of the refurbishment and before the commissioning of the craftsmen.

energy audit

The energy audit is an important tool to identify measures to increase energy efficiency and reduce energy costs. By determining how much energy is consumed in the company, it is also possible to identify where saving potentials exist. The economic benefit of the energy audit is therefore not to be underestimated.

From which operating parameter is an energy audit DIN EN 16247-1 compulsory?

All major companies are committed to an energy audit. In contrast to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), large enterprises are defined as having at least 250 full-time employees or an annual turnover of at least 50 million euros and a yearly balance sheet total of more than 43 million euros. However, much smaller firms (SMEs) can also be affected by the energy auditing obligation. If public participation in a company is 25% or more, it is no longer considered as SMEs. For example, small companies working for a city can be forced to carry out an audit. Whoever has to perform an energy audit is described, among other things, in the Energy Services Act (EDL-G).

large companies with an energy management system as per DIN EN ISO 50001

An exception to the rule is a company that is by definition large, but already has an energy or environmental management (DIN EN ISO 50001 or a validated environmental management system according to "Eco Management and Audit Scheme" - EMAS) or is about to implement one. Small and medium-sized enterprises, which are not obliged to audit, can voluntarily carry out an audit and even encourage it. Incidentally, an operational energy management is obligatory for top-level compensation.

You have questions about EDL-G? Would you like to be consulted on the topic or commissioned an energy audit? Contact us, we will be glad to help you.

EnEV none-residential buildings

The calculation of the EnEV non-residential buildings consists of the energy assessment and the calculation of the energy demand, according to the useful energy, final energy and primary energy for heating, cooling, ventilation, drinking water and lighting. The building is divided into assessment zones and supply areas. Spaces and areas of uniform use form a zone, they are distinguished in their condition. The calculation of the final energy requirement is made over each zone individually.

Non-residential buildings shall be constructed and designed in such a way that the annual primary energy requirement for heating, water heating, ventilation, cooling and built-in lighting is the value of the annual primary energy requirement of a reference building. Geometry, net floor area, orientation and use, including the arrangement of the units of use.

Thermal bridge simulation

Thermal bridges are a constructive weak point of the building envelope through which a relatively small area is discharged. The dissipation of heat leads to a cooling of the component surface in the affected area. In the worst case, this can lead to surface condensation. The consequence of this can be, among other things, growth of molds which are harmful to health. In order to prevent these problems, a detailed calculation of the individual constructions can be performed by us in advance.

We carry out the following calculations:

  • Calculate heat bridges and perform moisture analysis for EnEV certificates
  • Expert assessments of dew water formation and mold fungi
  • Detection of 2D, 3D heat bridges and component temperatures for moisture protection analyzes
  • Viewing of any connection details

BAFA - SME-Consulting

Energy consulting is an important tool for identifying energy saving potentials in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) through qualified and independent consultations and for energy savings. The consultation is designed to show weaknesses in the use of energy and to make proposals or concrete plans for energy-saving improvements. Sensible energy efficiency potentials can be demonstrated both in the areas of buildings and plants as well as in user behavior. In addition, the implementation of the savings potential, including the commissioning of measures by energy consultants, should be accompanied in order to further increase the implementation rate.

Infrared Thermography

In the construction sector, thermography has become an indispensable tool in recent years. Destruction-free and fast buildings can be examined for defects in the insulation and air leakage. The results will be visualized and documented. We are certified according to DIN EN 473 Level II and stand for competent execution and high quality standards of the measurements.

High-performance infrared cameras with integrated software for high-quality thermal images and precise analysis and documentation are used. A thermal imaging camera converts the infrared radiation, which is invisible to the human eye, into electrical signals. From this, the camera creates an image in false colors or thermographic purposes rather rarely in a monochrome gray scale image.

Blower Door

The airtightness of a building is measured with the differential pressure measuring method (also: Blower Door Test). The method is used to detect leaks in the building envelope and to determine the actual air exchange rate.

seminars for airtightness

We offer seminars and workshops in the field of differential pressure measurement (Blower Door Test) and building etherography at our company, on site, in-house trainings at the highest level.

planning of airtightness

Only an air-tight building can guarantee a pleasant and uniform room climate. As an important basic rule for the planning of air tightness, the principle of "a continuous, dense building envelope", which is easy to understand with the so-called "pin rule". The entire building envelope must be able to be operated without interruption in any drawing section with a pin. At each point, it must be clarified in detail how the airtight connection is established. This makes it clear that air density is primarily a planning task. Only what is clearly planned can also be made air-tight by the craftsman later.

We plan for you and with you the air-tight building envelope from your new building or conversion during the construction phase. We also carry out detailed planning of the individual trades under one roof. A quality assurance by a Blower Door Test with subsequent leakage detection is also part of our extensive range.

A-value measurement

The A-value measurement is an airtightness measurement which is specifically used for the inspection of windows and doors. With the introduction of the European standard EN 12207, the Q-value now replaces the previously used A-value. Similar to the measurement of the building density according to DIN EN 13829 with the help of the Blower Door Test, a test pressure is applied to the component during the determination of the "impermeability" of windows and doors, and the air volume penetrates through the air. Furthermore, component connections and joints can already be tested in the early construction phase by means of the A-value measuring method in order to obtain initial insights into the quality of the airtightness.

Blower Door big buildings

The air density of large buildings has gained in importance in recent years. And this is not only because the requirements for airtightness are anchored in the Energy Savings Regulation (EnEV) and the Passive House construction method. Feasibility of energy-efficient and architecturally appealing buildings, but also because there are increasingly special requirements for the building envelope. An air density level of the building envelope is an important component for improving the energetic quality of buildings. Large buildings are built according to Din EN 13829 with an internal volume of more than 4000m³, which includes administrative buildings, hotels, shopping malls, industrial buildings, high bay warehouses, schools, retirement homes, swimming pools, logistics centers, production facilities and warehouses.

In Blower Door Tests of large buildings, a pressure distribution in all building parts must be guaranteed. According to DIN EN 13829, the pressure differences within the building must not exceed 10% of the generated pressure difference. In order to measure the air tightness in large buildings, the fans are combined and are built at suitable locations for pressure distribution throughout the building. These are controlled centrally for the measurement.

rösemeier. has the know-how and several FliB-certified examiners to check for you at home and abroad from single rooms to the whole logistics park of any size.

Blower Door cleanroom

Various diminution measurements are required before commissioning cleanrooms. One of the necessary measurements is the Blower Door measurement for clean rooms. Here, too, air leakages must be minimized and uncontrolled volume flows prevented.

After all, infections and uncontrolled spreading of germs should be prevented. Since cleanrooms are often not very large and the tightness requirements are high, Blower Door measuring devices are needed which can even measure small volume flows safely.

Door-Fan-Test

With the Door-Fan-Test, the tightness of the room is measured without destruction in rooms with gas-extinguishing systems using highly sensitive sensors. Leakages and leaks such as cable cuts, pipe openings, badly formed ceilings, wall and floor connections or other structual defects can therewith be detected as well as the determination of the leakage volume flow.

expert airtightness

As an independent and certified expert in airtightness, we check the airtightness and the relevant components for your personal character for private assessments and court reports.

holding time calculation

The Door-Fan-Test supplies the measured values ​​and data to calculate the holding time of gas extinguishing systems as well as for the design of permanent inerting systems. Contrary to a sample flooding neither the system has to be triggered nor the eventual ongoing business operation has to be interrupted which not only protects the environment, but also lowers the cost of a plant inspection.

References

Office building in Oberhausen

Blower Door Test

Place:

Oberhausen

Project volume:

Blower Door Test as per DIN EN 13829

Leakage detection as per DIN EN 13829

Volume calculation as per DIN EN 13829 as well as DIN 277

Calculation of the building envelope as per DIN EN 13829

Building envelope:

10.600 m²

Net volume:

58.200 m³

Applied measuring technology:

Minneapolis Blower Door Multiple Fan

Logistic centre Erfurt

Blower Door Test

Place:

Erfurt

Project volume:

Blower Door World Record 14. April 2013

Logistic warehouse Erfurt consists of 5 individual halls / fire compartments

Facts:

192m x 528m x 13,5m in the centre (width x length x height)

Net floor space:

101.376 m²

Building volume:

221.904 m²

Net volume:

1.346.746 m³

Scope of performance:

Blower Door Test as per Din EN 13829

Leakage detection as per DIN EN 13829

Volume calculation as per DIN EN 13829 as well as DIN 277

Calculation of the building volume as per DIN EN 13829

Applied measurement technology:

BlowerDoor Multiple Fan

Infiltec G54

Entire building preparation of the cerfication tests as per EnEV

Retail Park in Berlin-Mahlsdorf

Energetic planning of the retail park Berlin-Mahlsdorf

Place:

Berlin-Mahlsdorf

Project volume:

Energetic calculation for the projects with documentation of EnEV verification as per DIN V 18599

Creation of the energy certificate, calculation of component construction, valuation of renewable-energy heat act (EEWärmeG) as well as the certificates of the summery thermal insulation for 3 retail stores in Berlin-Mahlsdorf

Building 1 - 8.597 m²

Building 2 – 5.250 m²

Building 3 – 58.046 m²

Server / IT Rooms Australia

Blower Door Test

Place:

Lindisfarne, Liapootah, Capel Street, Tasmania, Australia

Project volume:

Blower Door Test und advisory planning service for different airtightness concepts for 5 Server rooms / IT rooms

Variable room sizes

Blower Door Test as per DIN EN 13829 / ISO 9972

Leakage detection as per DIN EN 13829

Volume calculation as per DIN EN 13829 as well as DIN 277

Calculation of building envelope as per DIN EN 13829

Calculation of leakage area

Applied measuring technology:

Minneapolis Blower Door Multiple Fan

Logistic centre Hückelhoven

Blower Door Test

Place:

Hückelhoven

Project volume:

2 Blower Door Tests as per DIN EN 13829 for the EnEV verification of 12 units and an office block

Logistic warehouse Hückelhoven consists of 12 individual halls/ fire compartments

Facts:

242m x 505m x 12m in the centre (width x length x height)

Project volume:

260.595 m²

Net volume:

1.443.544 m³

Office

Project volume:

1.794 m²

Net volume:

4.010 m³

Scope of performance:

Blower Door test as per DIN EN 13829

Leakage detection as per DIN EN 13829

Volume calculation as per DIN EN 13829 as well as DIN 277

Calculation of the building envelope as per Din EN 13829

Applied measuring technology:

Infiltec G54

Minneapolis Blower Door Multiple Fan

Clinic building in Liebenburg

Energy audit as per DIN EN 16247

Place:

Liebenburg

Project volume:

Execution of an energy audit as per DIN 16247 – in Liebenburg with a total of 18 properties built between 1820 – 2003

Server / IT Rooms New Zealand

Place:

Whangare

Opunake

Whanganui

Project volume:

Blower Door Test and advisory planning service for different airtightness concepts within 3 IT server/IT rooms

Variable room sizes

Blower Door Test as per DIN EN 13829 / ISO 9972

Leakage detection as per DIN EN 13829

Volume calculation as per DIN EN 13829 as well as DIN 277

Calculation of the building envelope

Calculation of leakage area

Applied measuring technology:

Minneapolis Blower Door

Sound protection hood – gas turbine Mexico

Door-Fan-Test

Place:

El Sauz, Mexico

Project volume:

Door-Fan-Test on a gas turbine

Net volume:

1.085 m³

Door-Fan-Test as per Din EN 1382 / ISO 9972

Leakage detection as per DIN EN 13829

Volume calculation as per DIN EN 13829 as well as DIN 277

Calculation of building envelope as per DIN EN 13829

Calculation of leakage area

Applied measuring technology:

Minneapolis Blower Door Multiple Fan

Office building Leinfelden

Energy certificate in the portfolio

Place:

Leinfelden-Echterdingen

Project volume:

creation of an demand-oriented energy certificate as per Din V 18599 mit 17 zones

Data acquisition on site

3D – presentation

Floor space:

59.216 m²

Swimming pool Holzminden

Energy consultation

Place:

Holzminden

Project volume:

Energy consultation for a swimming pool

Valuation of the property as per DIN V 18599 with variation of different repair options

creation of an demand-oriented energy certificate

Building thermographie

Facts:

3 non-residential buildings

Year of construction:

1968, extension 2014

Floor space:

2.012 m²

Building volume:

15.114 m³

Residential complex Hanover

Energetic planning of 50 residential units

Place:

Hanover

Project volume:

Creation of energetic concept of a KfW-55-residential complex

EnEV-verification as per DIN 4108-6 & DIN V 4701-10

Valuation of renewable-energy heat act (EEWärmeG)

Valuation of summery thermal insulation

Thermal building simulation as per DIN 4108-2

Calculation of heat bridges

Ventilation concept as per DIN 1946-6

Facts:

2 buildings

50 residential units

Central heating

Year of construction:

2016/2017

Floor Space:

1.553 m² + 1.027 m² total space

Sound protection hood gas turbine Israel

Door-Fan-Test

Place:

Tzafit, Israel

Project volume:

Door-Fan-Test of 2 sound protection hoods on 2 gas turbines

Net volume:

1.493 m³

Door-Fan-Test as per Din EN 13829 / ISO 9972

Leakage detection as per DIN EN 13829

Volume calculation as per DIN EN 13829 as well as DIN 277

Calculation of the building envelope as per DIN EN 13829

Calculation of the leakage area

Applied measuring technology:

Minneapolis Blower Door Multiple Fan

Medium-sized company Hess. Oldendorf

Energy consultation in a mid-sized sector

Place:

Hessisch Oldendorf

Project volume:

Energy consultation in a mid-sized sector as per BAFA guidelines

Valuation of the property as per DIN V 18599 with varation of different repair solutions

Creation of the energy certificate

Blower Door Test as per DIN EN 13829

Building thermographie

Facts:

non-residential building

Year of construction:

1963

Floor space:

3.586 m²

Building volume:

19.675 m³

High-bay warehouse Sweden

Blower Door Test

Place:

Kisa, Sweden

Project volume:

Planning of airtightness for air exchange rate <0,04 h-1

Accompanying quality control of the airtight level, as well as the a-value measurements during the construction phase

Blower Door Test as per DIN EN 13829

Facts:

44m x 70m x 20m in the centre (width x length x height)

Building volume:

10.600 m²

Net volume:

58.200 m³

Applied measuring technology:

Minneapolis Blower Door Multiple Fan

Residential complexes in northern Germany

Energetic planning of residential buildings and redevelopment projects, energy consultancy

Place:

northern Germany

Project volume:

During the last 5 years more than 400 properties: single-family homes, semi-detached homes, appartment buildings and estates of terraced houses

Creation of energetic concepts

EnEV verification as per DIN 4108-6 & DIN V 4701-10

EnEV verification as per DIN V 18599

Valuation of renewable-energy heat act (EEWärmeG)

Valuation of summery thermal insulation

Thermal building simulation as per DIN 4108-2

Calculation of heat bridges

Ventilation concepts as per DIN 1946-6

Blower Door Tests as per DIN EN 18829

News

04.09.2017

We are currently looking for

With a klick on the links you will be routed to the job description, from which you can take further details.

03.05.2017

Our team is always on the lookout to get stronger: We are looking for a certified construction engineer or a civil engineer as energy advisor

You will find all details in the PDF file, which you can download here.

03.11.2016

To strengthen our team, we are looking for measuring technicians for differential pressure measurements and energy consultants. All further details you will find in the PDF files.

Diplom-Bauingenieur oder staatlich geprüften Techniker (m/w) als Messtechniker für Differenzdruckmessungen & Energieberater(in)

Diplom-Bauingenieur oder staatlich geprüften Techniker (m/w) als Energieberater in Vollzeit

Contact

We are looking forward to hear from you!

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