Climate control for more efficient, more comfortable buildings
Electricity, gas, water and air: a multi-energy offer
Accounting for 40% of total building energy consumption, HVAC (Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning) is one of the most energy-hungry aspects. Rexel’s climate control solutions provide accurate control of consumption, while also improving air quality and occupant comfort.
Designed for use by electricians, plumbers as well as heating specialists, the Rexel range covers:
- overall consumption reduction solutions for heating, domestic hot water, ventilation and air conditioning systems
- super-efficient new-generation radiators, boilers, water heaters and dual-flow ventilation systems
- equipment using energy from renewable sources (geothermal, solar or aerothermal) to reduce CO2 emissions even further
Don’t forget air quality
Atmospheric pollution is increasing, both outside and inside buildings. And yet building occupants should benefit from healthier air. So there is a twin challenge: ensuring comfort and health of people against the background of increasingly stringent regulation (RT2012 in France).
While paying particularly close attention to the most vulnerable (children, the sick and the elderly), Rexel contributes to improving building air quality with innovative solutions like the new dual-flow Mechanical Extraction Ventilation (MEV) systems.
Making renewables a fully integrated part of the solution
As a specialist in energy efficiency, Rexel is on a constant quest to reduce the CO2 emissions of its solutions. Which is why, on the basis of like-for-like performance, energy from renewable sources is the first choice for climate control solutions built around:
- aerothermal technology (heat pumps, ground source heat pumps and thermodynamic water heating)
- geothermal technology (a broad range of sensors, concentrators, heat pumps and generators)
- solar thermal technology, particularly solar water heating
of commercial building energy consumption goes to HVAC
of heating and domestic hot water demand can be met using a heat pump