Lenz and Bijmans to chair Eurovent PG-AHU


The Eurovent Product Group ‘Air Handling Units’ re-elected Martin Lenz (TROX) as the group’s Chairperson and Andy Bijmans (Systemair) as its Vice-Chairperson. The election took place during the group’s last meeting in Hinwil.

Participants of the Eurovent Product Group ‘Air Handling Units’ (PG-AHU) re-elected Martin Lenz, Head of International Business Development / Head of Research and Pre-Development at TROX GmbH (Germany) as the group’s Chairperson during the group’s recent meeting in Hinwil. Martin will continue to be supported by Andy Bijmans, Manager R&D at Systemair (Netherlands) who was also re-elected as Vice-Chairperson of the group. Martin and Andy were both initially elected to chair the group in 2017, due to their broad experience and knowledge in the air handling sector and look forward to continuing the task for the next two years.

Martin Lenz, Chairperson of PG-AHU, indicated: “In today’s world, air handling units are an important part of ensuring the quality of life in buildings. At the same time, climate change requires highly efficient and sustainable HVAC systems and components. For PG-AHU, this means a clear focus on technological progress in terms of quality for a long lifetime, energy efficiency and material efficiency. I am convinced that with the strong participation of AHU manufacturers in the PG-AHU, we will successfully overcome these challenging issues.”

Andy Bijmans, Vice-Chairperson of PG-AHU, added: “I am looking forward that we, as a Product Group with very active members, can together serve the market expectations from our end-users, concerning the three main items of the moment, Indoor Air Quality, energy efficiency and sustainability in all aspects of air handling units, such as reliable technique, construction, (European) regulations and norms.”

The Eurovent Product Group ‘Air Handling Units’ covers air handling units for non-residential applications. It deals with air handling units and their components (e.g. air filters, energy recovery components, fans), often in cooperation with the specialist Eurovent Product Groups that cover specific components. The group’s key tasks involve advocating European and national legislative initiatives on this subject, accompanying EN, and ISO and standards, developing industry codes of good practice, and general promotion of the industry.

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