Revised specification VDMA 24177:2020-05
29.05.2020 Following a revision, the current VDMA specification 24177:2020-05 " Powered smoke and heat control ventilators (Fans) for smoke extraction from buildings in the event of fire " is now available.
6th Symposium Fire Protection and Smoke Extraction: High practical relevance and well-founded statements on MVV TB
07.04.2020 On March 12th, the VDMA Symposium Fire Protection and Smoke Extraction took place at the Audi Forum in Neckarsulm. The focus was on the new Model Administrative Regulation Technical Building Regulations (MVV TB).
VDMA Fire protection and smoke extraction publishes information sheets
27.02.2020 In addition to revising an existing publication, the Working group fire protection and smoke extraction has currently produced two new information sheets from the series "Safety in buildings and infrastructural facilities".
Air conditioning and ventilation technology in the focus of pro.vention
01.03.2021 The 2nd pro.vention will take place in Erfurt from 7-8 July. VDMA and member companies are planning renewed participation in the infection control trade fair.
POWTECH postponed to 30 August - 1 September 2022
05.01.2021 After the forced cancellation of the 2020 edition, the date for the next POWTECH is now fixed: the bulk materials exhibition in Nürnberg will be held in late summer 2022, unlike originally planned.
Ventilation technology – Concepts for the safe handling of Corona
22.10.2020 Joint appearance of member companies and VDMA association. Companies inform in Erfurt about filter and ventilation systems.
Camfil: Strengthening in sales
19.11.2020 Camfil GmbH continues to grow and is expanding its field service team with two new technical consultants. Stefan Janietz and Steffen Jeromin are available as specialists in the field of air filtration and air cleaning.
LTG Aktiengesellschaft: Earnings increased
29.07.2020 LTG Aktiengesellschaft (Stuttgart), a specialist for ventilation and process air technology, had another successful fiscal year in 2019.
The department of Air Pollution Control is comprised of around 100 companies that manufacture extraction systems and devices for a wide range of user sectors, particularly occupational health and safety and environmental protection. The industrial sector of ventilation and dust removal technology is constantly developing innovative technical solutions that make it easier to meet the legal requirements.
The Air Pollution Control Department of the General Air Technology Association has compiled a compilation of all its publications, most of which can be downloaded free of charge. (as of June 2018).