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EPD Electrical
EPD Electrical drives and pneumatic cylinders
Environmental Product Declaration
in accordance with ISO 14025 and EN 15804
Electrical drives and pneumatic cylinders for SHEV and ventilation
systems
Brandschutz - Technik u. Rauchabzug GmbH
Declaration code
M-EPD-AZR-GB-002
Note: This EPD based on the model-EPD Electrical drives and
pneumatic cylinders
Environmental Product Declaration in
accordance with
ISO 14025 and EN 15804
Electrical drives and pneumatic cylinders
for SHEV and ventilation systems
Detailed version
Programme operator
ift Rosenheim GmbH
Theodor-Gietl-Strasse 7-9
D - 83026 Rosenheim
LCA prepared by
Life Cycle Engineering Experts
Berliner Allee 58
D - 64295 Darmstadt
Declaration holder
BTR Brandschutz – Technik und Rauchabzug GmbH
Schnackenburgallee 41 D
22525 Hamburg
Declaration code
M-EPD-AZR-GB-002
Designation of declared
product
Electrical drives and pneumatic cylinders for smoke and heat exhaust
ventilation and natural ventilation systems.
Scope
Smoke and heat exhaust ventilation systems, or their components, which,
through their interaction, exhaust smoke and heat from buildings. Smoke and
heat control systems. Ventilation systems for maintaining specific air change
rates.
Basis
This EPD was prepared on the basis of EN ISO 14025:2011 and EN
15804:2012. In addition to that, the "Guidance on preparing Type III
Environmental Product Declarations" applies. This Declaration is based on the
PCR document "Building components for smoke and heat control systems"
PCR-RW-1.1: 2013
This verified Environmental Product Declaration applies solely to the specified
products and is valid for a period of 5 years from the date of issue.
Validity
Publication date:
18 December 2013
Date of issue:
19 December 2011
Next revision:
18 December 2018
LCA basis
The LCA was prepared in accordance with EN ISO 14040 and
EN ISO 14044. The base data include both averaged data gathered from
several production sites as well as generic data derived from the "GaBi 6"
database. LCA calculations were based on the "cradle to grave" life cycle
including all upstream processes (e.g. raw material extraction, etc.).
Notes
The "Conditions and Guidance on the Use of ift Test Documents" apply.
The declaration holder assumes full liability for the underlying data,
certificates and verifications.
Prof. Ulrich Sieberath
Director of Institute
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Florian Stich,
Verifier
EPD Electrical drives and pneumatic cylinders for SHEV and ventilation systems
Product group: Smoke and heat exhaust ventilation systems
Declaration code: M-EPD-AZR-GB-002
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Product definition
Product definition
This EPD applies to:
Electrical drives and pneumatic cylinders for smoke and heat exhaust
ventilation systems as well as for natural ventilation.
The LCA was prepared using the declared unit:
Electrical drives per Watt electrical power
Pneumatic cylinders per mm diameter
This functional unit is declared as follows:
All drives/cylinders produced were scaled to the declared unit, since no typical
functional unit was available due to the great diversity of variants.
Product description:
Drive:
The drive is an electrically-powered structural unit for moving power operated
building openings in the building envelope, e.g.: sliding projecting top-hung,
bottom-hung, top-hung, side-hung, vertically pivoted, horizontally pivoted and
sloped sashes/casements in facades, as well as roof windows or roof lights,
made of aluminium, PVC or wood.
Pneumatic cylinders:
The pneumatic cylinder is a working cylinder driven by compressed air. The
cylinder is used to move power operated openings in the building envelope,
e.g. windows or roof lights, linearly and to hold them in a defined position. The
cylinder has two directions of movement.
For detailed product descriptions refer to the manufacturer specifications or
the product specifications for the respective offer/quotation.
Application
Quality assurance
(optional)
Smoke and heat exhaust ventilation systems, or their components, which,
through their interaction, exhaust smoke and heat from buildings. Smoke and
heat control systems. Ventilation systems for maintaining specific air change
rates.
The following verifications are held:
•
Quality assurance according to RAL-GZ 591
Management systems
(optional)
The following management systems are in place:
Additional information
For detailed structural characteristics refer to the CE mark and documents
accompanying the product.
All performance characteristics have been tested and certified.
•
Quality management system as per EN ISO 9001:2008
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Product group: Smoke and heat exhaust ventilation systems
Declaration code: M-EPD-AZR-GB-002
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Materials used
2.1 Primary materials
Primary materials
The primary materials used are listed in the LCA (see Section 7).
2.2 Declarable substances
Declarable substances In accordance with the REACH candidate list, no substances of very high
concern are contained.
Safety data sheets are available from the manufacturer on request.
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Product stage
Product manufacture
4
Drive:
Pneumatic cylinder:
Delivery
Deliveryofpurchased
purchasedparts
parts
Delivery of purchased parts
Assembly
Assembly
Programming + test run
Test run
Packing
Packing
Shipping
Shipping
Construction process stage
Processing
recommendations,
installation
Observe the instructions for assembly, use, maintenance and de-construction.
EPD Electrical drives and pneumatic cylinders for SHEV and ventilation systems
Product group: Smoke and heat exhaust ventilation systems
Declaration code: M-EPD-AZR-GB-002
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Use stage
Emissions to the
environment
No emissions to indoor air, water and soil known.
Reference service life
(RSL)
A reference service life of 25 years has been specified for the electrical drives
and the pneumatic cylinders. This applies according to the following
characteristics:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
declared product properties: refer to product definition
application parameters for the design: refer to processing
recommendations, additional information
assumed quality of work: refer to processing recommendations,
application
outdoor environment: no influences are known that could have a
negative influence on the reference service life.
indoor environment: atmospheric conditions may lead to a reduced
service life.
conditions of use as per manufacturer's specifications
maintenance: refer to scenario B2.2
The service life solely applies to characteristics specified in this EPD or the
corresponding references.
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End-of-life stage
Possible end-of-life
stages
Drives or cylinders are shipped to central collection points. Normally they are
shredded and sorted into their original pure components. Metals are recycled.
Residual fractions are thermally recycled.
Disposal routes
The LCA includes the average disposal routes.
All life cycle scenarios are detailed in the Annex.
7
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
Environmental product declarations are based on life cycle analyses (LCAs)
which use material and energy flows for the calculation and subsequent
representation of environmental impacts.
As the basis for this, an LCA was prepared. The LCA was developed in
accordance with requirements of EN 15804 and of the international standards
EN ISO 14040, EN ISO 14044, ISO 21930 and EN ISO 14025.
The LCA is representative of the products presented in the Declaration and
the specified reference period.
EPD Electrical drives and pneumatic cylinders for SHEV and ventilation systems
Product group: Smoke and heat exhaust ventilation systems
Declaration code: M-EPD-AZR-GB-002
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Definition of goal and scope
Goal
The goal of the LCA is to demonstrate the environmental impacts of electrical
drives and pneumatic cylinders. In accordance with EN 15804 the
environmental impacts covered by the Environmental Product Declaration are
presented in the form of basic information for the entire product life cycle.
Apart from these no other environmental impacts have been
specified/presented.
Data quality and data
availability
as well as
geographical and timerelated system
boundaries
The specific data used originate from the fiscal year 2012 of two
representative manufacturers. The data were checked for validity by the ift. In
this way an adequate average was obtained, enabling this EPD to be used by
the members of the expert group "Rauch- und Wärmeabzug und natürliche
Lüftung" (Smoke and heat exhaust and natural ventilation) of ZVEI e.V.
(Central Association of the German Electrical Engineering and Electronics
Industry).
The generic data originate from the GaBi 6 software "Professional Datenbank
und Baustoff Datenbank" (professional database and building materials
database). The last update of both databases was in 2013. Data from before
this date originate also from the database and are not more than 4 years old.
No other generic data were used for the calculation.
Data gaps were filled either by comparable data or the data were cut off by
restricting the system boundaries.
The life cycle was modelled using the sustainability software tool "GaBi 6" for
the development of Life Cycle Assessments.
Scope and system
boundaries
The system boundaries refer to the supply of raw materials and purchased
parts, manufacture/production, use and end-of-life stage (cradle to grave).
No additional data from pre-suppliers/subcontractors or other sites were taken
into consideration.
Cut-off criteria
All data from the company data collected i.e. all commodities/input and raw
materials used, the thermal energy used as well as electricity consumption
were taken into consideration.
The boundaries cover only the product-relevant data. Building sections/parts
of facilities that are not relevant to the manufacture of the product were
excluded.
Specific transport distances of the primary materials were excluded, since it
was considered impractical due to the variety of individual parts and different
products.
It can be assumed that the total of negligible processes per life cycle stage
does not exceed 5 percent of the mass/primary energy. The life cycle
calculation also includes material and energy flows that account for less than
1 percent.
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Product group: Smoke and heat exhaust ventilation systems
Declaration code: M-EPD-AZR-GB-002
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Inventory analysis
Goal
All material and energy flows are described below. The processes covered are
presented as input and output parameters and refer to the declared/functional
units.
The models of the unit processes used for the LCA have been documented in
a transparent manner.
Life cycle stages
The Annex depicts the entire life cycle. Product stage A1-A3, construction
process stage A4-A5, use stage B1-B7, end-of-life stage C1-C4 and benefits
and loads beyond the system boundaries D are taken into account.
Benefits
The following benefits have been defined as per EN 15804:
•
•
Benefits from recycling
Benefits (thermal and electrical) from incineration
Allocation procedures
Allocation of
co-products
No allocations are produced by the manufacture of electrical drives or
pneumatic cylinders.
Allocations for re-use
and recycling
If rejects are re-used/recycled, they are shredded and then sorted into their
original pure components as necessary. This is realised by different process
plants, e.g. magnetic separator.
Allocation based on
life cycle boundaries
Use of recycled materials in the manufacturing process was based on the
current market-specific situation. In parallel to this, a recycling potential was
taken into consideration that reflects the economic value of the product after
recycling (recyclate). The system boundary set for the recycled material refers
to collection.
Secondary materials
Secondary materials were included in the benefits.
•
Open loop (waste recycled into new products)
These are presented separately in Section 7.3.
Inputs
The LCA includes the following production-relevant inputs:
Energy
The electricity mix is based on "German electricity mix".
Water
No water is consumed for the manufacture of electrical drives and pneumatic
cylinders.
The fresh water referred to in Section 7.3 is consumed by (inter alia) the
process chain of the primary material.
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Product group: Smoke and heat exhaust ventilation systems
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Raw materials/primary products for electrical drives
The chart shows the use of raw materials/primary products – share in % is
given below.
No.
Material
Mass in %
1
Steel
48%
2
Copper
5%
3
Brass
2%
4
Aluminium
33%
5
Plastics
12%
Printed circuits boards are also contained which, due to the small area that
they would represent, are not included in the diagram.
Raw materials/primary products for cylinders
The chart shows the use of raw materials/primary products – share in % is
given below.
No.
Material
Mass in %
1
Steel
51%
2
Copper
3%
3
Brass
6%
4
Aluminium
31%
5
Plastics
9%
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Product group: Smoke and heat exhaust ventilation systems
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Ancillary materials as per EN 15804 (working materials as per ISO
14040):
11.14 g ancillary materials are required per electrical drive – share in % is
given below:
No.
Material
Mass in %
1
Cardboard
81%
2
PE film
1%
3
Wood
18%
15.41 g ancillary materials are required per pneumatic cylinder – share in % is
given below:
No.
Outputs
Material
Mass in %
1
Cardboard
58%
2
PE film
3%
3
Wood
39%
The LCA includes the production-relevant outputs for electrical drives and
pneumatic cylinders given below:
Waste
Secondary materials were included in the benefits.
See Section 7.3 – Impact assessment
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Waste water
No waste water is produced for the manufacture of electrical drives and
pneumatic cylinders.
7.3
Impact assessment
Goal
Impact assessment covers inputs and outputs. The impact categories applied
are set out below:
Impact categories
The characterisation factors of the ELCD (European Reference Life Cycle
Database) were used. The characterisation factors for the consumption of
abiotic resources were taken from CML (Institute of Environmental Sciences,
Faculty of Science, Leiden University, Netherlands).
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Waste
Global warming potential (GWP 100)
Ozone depletion potential (ODP)
Acidification potential of soil and water (AP)
Eutrophication potential (EP)
Photochemical ozone creation potential (POCP)
Abiotic depletion potential - non-fossil resources (ADP - elements)
Abiotic depletion potential - fossil resources (ADP - fossil fuels)
The waste generated during production is evaluated and shown separately for
each of the three main fractions, namely trade wastes, special wastes and
radioactive wastes. Since waste handling is modelled within system
boundaries, the amounts shown refer to the deposited waste. A portion of the
waste indicated is generated during the manufacture of the primary products.
The wastes presented are generated throughout the entire product life cycle.
Results per Watt electrical drive
Unit
A1 – A3
A4
A5
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
C1
C2
C3
C4
D
Global warming potential (GWP 100)
kg CO2-equiv.
0.34
3.73E-3
-
-
-
-
0.34
-
0.23
-
-
4.36E-4
-
-
-0.26
Ozone depletion potential (ODP)
kg R11-equiv. 6.42E-9 7.77E-14
-
-
-
-
6.42E-9
-
1.25E-10
-
-
9.08E-15
-
-
-6.39E-9
Acidification potential of soil and water (AP)
kg SO2-equiv. 1.56E-3
1.54E-5
-
-
-
-
1.56E-3
-
3.86E-4
-
-
1.79E-6
-
-
-1.33E-3
1.22E-4
3.69E-6
-
-
-
-
1.22E-4
-
4.39E-5
-
-
4.31E-7
-
-
-9.55E-5
1.04E-4
-5.08E-6
-
-
-
-
1.04E-4
-
2.75E-5
-
-
-5.94E-7
-
-
-8.06E-5
2.35E-6 1.72E-10
-
-
-
-
2.35E-6
-
3.56E-8
-
-
2.07E-11
-
-
-1.11E-6
Environmental impacts
kg PO43-equiv.
kg C2H4equiv.
Eutrophication potential (EP)
Photochemical ozone creation potential (POCP)
Abiotic depletion potential - non-fossil resources (ADP - elements)
kg Sb-equiv.
Abiotic depletion potential - fossil resources (ADP - fossil fuels)
MJ
4.61
0.05
-
-
-
-
4.61
-
3.20
-
-
0.01
-
-
-3.18
Unit
Use of resources
Use of renewable primary energy - excluding renewable primary
energy resources used as raw materials
MJ
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Use of renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials
(material use)
MJ
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Total use of renewable primary energy resources (primary energy
and renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials)
(energy + material use)
MJ
1.08
3.02E-3
-
-
-
-
1.08
-
0.63
-
-
3.53E-4
-
-
-0.80
Use of non-renewable primary energy excluding non-renewable
primary energy resources used as raw materials
MJ
4.48
-
-
-
-
-
4.48
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Use of non-renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials (material use)
MJ
0.14
-
-
-
-
-
0.14
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Total use of non-renewable primary energy resources (primary
energy and non-renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials) (energy + material use)
MJ
4.62
0.05
-
-
-
-
4.62
-
3.20
-
-
5.97E-3
-
-
-3.18
Use of secondary materials
kg
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Use of renewable secondary fuels
MJ
1.23E-4
3.80E-7
-
-
-
-
1.23E-4
-
5.56E-5
-
-
4.44E-8
-
-
-1.04E-4
Use of non-renewable secondary fuels
MJ
1.20E-3
3.97E-6
-
-
-
-
1.20E-3
-
5.82E-4
-
-
4.64E-7
-
-
-1.01E-3
Use of net fresh water
m³
1.74
2.27E-4
-
-
-
-
1.74
-
0.47
-
-
2.65E-5
-
-
-1.58
The values expressed as [-] cannot be shown since they are inexistent or marginal. Sections that are not relevant are described in the Annex.
Results per Watt electrical drive
Unit
A1 – A3
A4
A5
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
C1
C2
C3
C4
D
Hazardous waste disposed
kg
6.01E-5
-
-
-
-
-
6.01E-5
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-5.70E-5
Non hazardous waste disposed
kg
0.88
3.16E-4
-
-
-
-
0.88
-
1.36
-
-
3.69E-5
-
-
-0.42
Radioactive waste disposed
kg
3.15E-4
7.33E-8
-
-
-
-
3.14E-4
-
3.64E-4
-
-
8.56E-9
-
-
-2.25E-4
Waste categories
Output flows
Unit
Components for re-use
kg
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Materials for recycling
kg
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0.06
Materials for energy recovery
kg
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Exported energy
MJ
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
The values expressed as [-] cannot be shown since they are inexistent or marginal. Sections that are not relevant are described in the Annex.
Results per mm diameter pneumatic cylinder
Unit
A1 – A3
A4
A5
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
C1
C2
C3
C4
D
Global warming potential (GWP 100)
kg CO2-equiv.
0.41
5.11E-3
-
-
-
-
0.41
-
83.09
-
-
5.97E-4
-6.02E-3
-
-0.29
Ozone depletion potential (ODP)
kg R11-equiv. 6.57E-9 1.06E-13
-
-
-
-
6.57E-9
-
4.52E-8
-
-
1.24E-14 -9.75E-11
-
-6.66E-9
Acidification potential of soil and water (AP)
kg SO2-equiv. 1.74E-3
2.1E-5
-
-
-
-
1.74E-3
-
0.14
-
-
2.46E-6
-2.56E-5
-
-1.43E-3
1.26E-4
5.05E-6
-
-
-
-
1.26E-4
-
0.02
-
-
5.90E-7
-2.64E-6
-
-8.93E-5
1.13E-3
-6.95E-6
-
-
-
-
1.13E-3
-
9.98E-3
-
-
-8.12E-7 -1.71E-6
-
-8.09E-5
2.19E-6 2.35E-10
-
-
-
-
2.19E-6
-
1.29E-5
-
-
2.75E-11 -2.53E-8
-
-7.86E-7
Environmental impacts
kg PO43-equiv.
kg C2H4equiv.
Eutrophication potential (EP)
Photochemical ozone creation potential (POCP)
Abiotic depletion potential - non-fossil resources (ADP - elements)
Abiotic depletion potential - fossil resources (ADP - fossil fuels.)
kg Sb-equiv.
MJ
5.68
0.07
-
-
-
-
5.68
-
1161.00
-
-
8.17E-3
-0.07
-
-3.48
Unit
Use of resources
Use of renewable primary energy - excluding renewable primary
energy resources used as raw materials
MJ
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Use of renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials
(material use)
MJ
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Total use of renewable primary energy resources (primary energy
and renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials)
(energy + material use)
MJ
1.45
4.14E-3
-
-
-
-
1.45
-
226.70
-
-
4.83E-4
-0.01
-
-0.98
Use of non-renewable primary energy excluding non-renewable
primary energy resources used as raw materials
MJ
5.55
-
-
-
-
-
5.55
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Use of non-renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials (material use)
MJ
0.14
-
-
-
-
-
0.14
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Total use of non-renewable primary energy resources (primary
energy and non-renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials) (energy + material use)
MJ
5.69
0.07
-
-
-
-
5.69
-
1161.00
-
-
8.17E-3
-0.07
-
-3.48
Use of secondary materials
kg
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Use of renewable secondary fuels
MJ
1.38E-4
5.20E-7
-
-
-
-
1.38E-4
-
0.02
-
-
6.07E-8
-1.23E-6
-
-1.08E-4
Use of non-renewable secondary fuels
MJ
1.34E-3
5.44E-6
-
-
-
-
1.34E-3
-
0.21
-
-
6.35E-7
-1.17E-5
-
-1.03E-3
Use of net fresh water
m³
2.24
3.11E-4
-
-
-
-
2.24
-
170.20
-
-
3.63E-5
-0.02
-
-1.97
The values expressed as [-] cannot be shown since they are inexistent or marginal. Sections that are not relevant are described in the Annex.
Results per mm diameter pneumatic cylinder
Unit
A1 – A3
A4
A5
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
C1
C2
C3
C4
D
Hazardous waste disposed
kg
6.04E-5
-
-
-
-
-
6.04E-5
-
-
-
-
-
-3.43E-6
-
-5.70E-5
Non hazardous waste disposed
kg
1.07
4.32E-4
-
-
-
-
1.07
-
492.60
-
-
5.05E-5
-4.16E-3
-
-0.34
Radioactive waste disposed
kg
4.35E-4
1.00E-7
-
-
-
-
4.35E-4
-
0.13
-
-
1.17E-8
-3.20E-6
-
-2.78E-4
Output material flows
Unit
A1 – A3
A4
A5
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
C1
C2
C3
C4
D
Components for re-use
kg
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Materials for recycling
kg
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0.08
Materials for energy recovery
kg
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Exported energy
MJ
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Waste categories
The values expressed as [-] cannot be shown since they are inexistent or marginal. Sections that are not relevant are described in the Annex.
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Interpretation, LCA presentation and critical verification
Interpretation
Transport is described in A4.
The energy consumed by the electrical drives/pneumatic valves during use is
described in scenario B6.
In scenario C4 only marginal consumption is expected for physical
pretreatment and landfill site operation. Allocation to the different products in
case of landfilling is almost impossible.
In recycling more than half of the environmental impacts generated during
manufacture can be credited in scenario D. This is due to the high metal
content of the building components.
The environmental impacts presented here are suitable for the
certification of buildings.
Report
The LCA underlying this EPD was developed according to the requirements
of EN ISO 14040 and EN ISO 14044 as well as EN 15804 and EN ISO 14025
and the report is not addressed to third parties due to confidential information
contained in the report. It is deposited with the ift Rosenheim. The results and
conclusions reported to the target group are complete, correct, without bias
and transparent. The results of the study are not designed to be used for
comparative statements intended for publication.
Critical verification
The LCA was critically verified by Florian Stich, an independent ift verifier.
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General information regarding the EPD
Comparability
This EPD was prepared in accordance with EN 15804 and is therefore only
comparable to those EPDs that also comply with EN 15804.
Any comparison must be based on reference to the building context and the
fact that the same boundary conditions were considered in the various life
cycle stages.
For a comparison of EPDs for construction products the rules as per
EN 15804 (Clause 5.3) apply.
Communication
The communications format of this EPD meets the requirements of
EN 15942:2011 and is therefore the basis for B2B communication. Only the
nomenclature has been changed according to EN 15804.
Verification
Verification of the Environmental Product Declaration is documented in
accordance with the ift Guideline "Guidance on preparing Type III
Environmental Product Declarations" in accordance with the requirements set
out in ISO 14025.
This Declaration is based on the ift-PCR document “Building components for
smoke and heat control systems” PCR-RW-1.1 : 2013
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The European standard EN 15804 serves as the core PCRa.
Independent verification of the declaration according to
EN ISO 14025:2010
internal
external
Independent third party verifier
Florian Stich
a
Product category rules
b
Voluntary for the exchange of information within trade, obligatory for the exchange of
information between trade and consumer (see ISO 14025:2010, 9.4)
Revision of this document
No.
1
2
3
4
5
Date
Status note
18/12/2013
First verification and release
LCA prepared
by
M. Adler
Signature
of Verifier
F. Stich
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Indoor air – Part 6: Determination of volatile organic compounds in indoor
and test chamber air by active sampling on Tenax TA® sorbent, thermal
desorption and gas chromatography using MS/FID
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framework.
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[13] DIN EN ISO 14044:2006-10
Environmental management - Life cycle assessment - Requirements and
guidelines.
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[14] prEN 16034:2010-01
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Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[15] EN 60335-2-103/A1:2005-07;
Particular requirements for drives for gates, doors and windows
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[16] DIN EN 12101-1:2005
Smoke and heat control systems - Part 1: Specification for smoke barriers,
German version EN 12101-1:2005 + A1:2006
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[17] DIN EN 12101-2:2003
Smoke and heat control systems - Part 2: Specification for natural smoke
and heat exhaust ventilators; German version EN 12101-2:2003
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[18] DIN EN 12101-3:2002
Smoke and heat control systems - Part 3: Specification for natural smoke
and heat exhaust ventilators; German version EN 12101-3:2002/AC:2005
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[19] DIN EN 12101-6:2005
Smoke and heat control systems - Part 6: Specification for pressure
differential systems, Kits; German version EN 12101-6:2005
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[20] DIN EN 12101-7:2011
Smoke and heat control systems - Part 7: Smoke duct sections; German
version EN 12101-7:2011
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[21] DIN EN 12101-8:2011
Smoke and heat control systems - Part 8: Smoke duct sections; German
version EN 12101-8:2011
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[22] prEN 12101-9:2004
Smoke and heat control systems - Part 9: Control panels; German version
prEN 12101-9:2004
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[23] DIN EN 12101-10:2005
Smoke and heat control systems - Part 10: Power supplies; German
Version EN 12101-10:2005
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[24] Quality assurance RAL-GZ 591
"Rauch- und Wärmeabzugsanlagen - Montage und Wartung Gütesicherung" (Smoke and heat exhaust ventilation systems - assembly
and maintenance - quality assurance)
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[25] ISO 21927 Parts 1-10
Smoke and heat control systems
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
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[26] DIN EN 12635:2009-02
Industrial, commercial and garage doors and gates - Installation and use
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[27] EN 60204-1:2006-06
Safety of machinery - Electrical equipment of machines - Part 1: General
requirements (IEC 60204-1:2005, modified); German version EN 602041:2006
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
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Characterization of waste - Leaching; Compliance test for leaching of
granular waste materials and sludges - Part 1: One stage batch test at a
liquid to solid ratio of 2 l/kg and with particle size below 4 mm (without or
with size reduction)
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[29] DIN EN 12457-2:2003-01
Characterization of waste - Leaching; Compliance test for leaching of
granular waste materials and sludges - Part 2: One stage batch test at a
liquid to solid ratio of 10 l/kg and with particle size below 4 mm (without or
with size reduction)
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[30] EN 12457-3:2003-01
Characterization of waste - Leaching; Compliance test for leaching of
granular waste materials and sludges - Part 3: Two stage batch test at a
liquid to solid ratio of 2 l/kg and 8 l/kg for materials with high solid content
with particle size below 4 mm (without or with size reduction).
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[31] EN 12457-4:2003-01
Characterization of waste - Leaching; Compliance test for leaching of
granular waste materials and sludges - Part 4: One stage batch test at a
liquid to solid ratio of 10 l/kg and with particle size below 10 mm (without or
with size reduction)
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
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Fire classification of construction products and building elements –
Part 1: Classification using data from reaction to fire tests
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[33] DIN EN 14351-1:2010-08
Windows and doors - Product standard, performance characteristics Part 1: Windows and external pedestrian doorsets without resistance to fire
and/or smoke leakage characteristics
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[34] DIN 4102-1:1998-05
Fire behaviour of building materials and building components - Part 1:
building materials, concepts, requirements and tests.
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[35] OENORM S 5200:2009-04-01
Radioactivity in construction materials.
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
[36] DIN/CEN TS 14405:2004-09
Characterization of waste - Leaching behaviour tests - Up-flow percolation
test (under specified conditions).
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
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[37] VDI 2243:2002-07
Recycling-oriented product development.
Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin
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amending, for the purpose of its adaptation to technical progress, for the
31st time, Council Directive 67/548/EEC on the approximation of the laws,
regulations and administrative provisions relating to the classification,
packaging and labelling of dangerous substances
(15 January 2009)
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Umweltproduktdeklarationen (Guidance on preparing Type III
Environmental Product Declarations).
ift Rosenheim, December 2012
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Verbesserung der Sicherheit und des Gesundheitsschutzes der
Beschäftigten bei der Arbeit (Law on the implementation of occupational
health and safety measures to improve the safety and health protection of
employees at work), 5 February 2009 (BGBl. I p. 160, 270)
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Luftverunreinigungen, Geräusche, Erschütterungen und ähnlichen
Vorgängen (Law on harmful environmental impacts by air contamination,
noise, vibrations and similar processes), 26 September 2002 (BGBl. I p.
3830)
[42] Chemikaliengesetz – ChemG (Chemicals Act)
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hazardous substances)
Subdivided into Chemicals Law and a series of regulations; of relevance
here: Gesetz zum Schutz vor gefährlichen Stoffen (Law on Protection
against hazardous substances), 2 July 2008 (BGBl. I p.1146)
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Regulation)
Verordnung über Verbote und Beschränkungen des Inverkehrbringens
gefährlicher Stoffe, Zubereitungen und Erzeugnisse nach dem
Chemikaliengesetz (Regulation on bans and restrictions of the placing on
the market of hazardous substances, formulations and products covered
by the Chemicals Law), 21 July 2008 (BGBl. I p. 1328)
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Regulation on protection against hazardous substances, 23 December
2004 (BGBI. I p. 3758)
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components for smoke and heat control systems). Product Category Rules
as per ISO 14025 and EN 15804.
ift Rosenheim, January 2013
[46] Research project "EPDs for transparent building components"
ift Rosenheim, December 2011
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Annex: Description of life cycle scenarios for drives and cylinders
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
C1
C2
C3
C4
Transport
Manufacturing
Transport
Construction/installation
Use
Maintenance
Repair
Replacement
Modification/refurbishment
Operational energy use
Operational water use
Dismantling
Transport
Waste management
Disposal
End-of-life stage
Use stage
D
Re-Use
Recovery
Recycling potential
Product stage
Raw material supply
Benefits
and loads
beyond the
system
boundaries
Construction
process
stage
Calculation of the scenarios was based on a service life of 50 years per electrical drive/pneumatic
cylinder. The information provided by the manufacturer must also be taken into account.
Furthermore, the scenarios were based on the research project "EPDs for transparent building
components" [46].
The selected scenario is presented in bold type.
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A4 Transport of drives
No.
Scenario
Description
A4.1
Direct shipment to
domestic construction
site/branch
Van, Euro 4, 95% capacity used, distance approx.
500 km
Weight: 0.06 kg
A4.2
Direct shipment to
construction site/branch abroad
7.5 t lorry, Euro 4, 95% capacity used, distance
approx. 800 km
Weight: 0.06 kg
A4
Transport of drives
Unit
A4.1
A4.2
Global warming potential (GWP 100)
kg CO2-equiv.
3.73E-3
5.98E-3
Ozone depletion potential (ODP)
kg R11-equiv.
7.77E-14
1.24E-13
Acidification potential of soil and water (AP)
kg SO2-equiv.
1.54E-5
2.46E-5
Eutrophication potential (EP)
3-
kg PO4 -equiv.
3.69E-6
5.90E-6
Photochemical ozone creation potential (POCP)
kg C2H4-equiv.
-5.08E-6
-8.13E-6
kg Sb-equiv.
1.72E-10
2.75E-10
MJ
0.05
0.08
Use of renewable primary energy - excluding renewable
primary energy resources used as raw materials
MJ
-
-
Use of renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials (material use)
MJ
-
-
Total use of renewable primary energy resources (primary
energy and renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials) (energy + material use)
MJ
3.02E-3
4.84E-3
Use of non-renewable primary energy excluding non-renewable
primary energy resources used as raw materials
MJ
-
-
Use of non-renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials (material use)
MJ
-
-
Total use of non-renewable primary energy resources (primary
energy and non-renewable primary energy resources used as
raw materials) (energy + material use)
MJ
0.05
0.08
Use of secondary materials
kg
-
-
Use of renewable secondary fuels
MJ
3.80E-7
6.08E-7
Use of non-renewable secondary fuels
MJ
3.97E-6
6.36E-6
Use of net fresh water
m³
2.27E-4
3.63E-4
Environmental impacts
Abiotic depletion potential - non-fossil resources (ADP elements)
Abiotic depletion potential - fossil resources (ADP - fossil fuels.)
Use of resources
The values expressed as [-] cannot be shown since they are inexistent or marginal. Sections that are not relevant are described in the Annex.
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Unit
A4.1
A4.2
Hazardous waste disposed
kg
-
-
Non hazardous waste disposed
kg
3.16E-4
5.05E-3
Radioactive waste disposed
kg
7.33E-8
1.17E-7
Components for re-use
kg
-
-
Materials for recycling
kg
-
-
Materials for energy recovery
kg
-
-
Exported energy
MJ
-
-
Waste categories
Output flows
The values expressed as [-] cannot be shown since they are inexistent or marginal. Sections that are not relevant are described in the Annex.
A4 Transport of cylinders
No.
Scenario
Description
A4.1
Direct shipment to
domestic construction
site/branch
Van, Euro 4, 95% capacity used, distance approx.
500 km
Weight: 0.08 kg
A4.2
Direct shipment to
construction site/branch abroad
7.5 t lorry, Euro 4, 95% capacity used, distance
approx. 800 km
Weight: 0.08 kg
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Unit
A4.1
A4.2
Global warming potential (GWP 100)
kg CO2-equiv.
5.11E-3
8.18E-3
Ozone depletion potential (ODP)
kg R11-equiv.
1.06E-13
1.70E-13
Acidification potential of soil and water (AP)
kg SO2-equiv.
2.1E-5
3.36E-5
Eutrophication potential (EP)
kg PO43--equiv.
5.05E-6
8.08E-6
Photochemical ozone creation potential (POCP)
kg C2H4-equiv.
-6.95E-6
-1.11E-5
Abiotic depletion potential - non-fossil resources (ADP - elements)
kg Sb-equiv.
2.35E-10
3.76E-10
Abiotic depletion potential - fossil resources (ADP - fossil fuels.)
MJ
0.07
0.11
Use of renewable primary energy - excluding renewable
primary energy resources used as raw materials
MJ
-
-
Use of renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials (material use)
MJ
-
-
Total use of renewable primary energy resources (primary
energy and renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials) (energy + material use)
MJ
4.14E-3
6.62E-3
Use of non-renewable primary energy excluding non-renewable
primary energy resources used as raw materials
MJ
-
-
Use of non-renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials (material use)
MJ
-
-
Total use of non-renewable primary energy resources (primary
energy and non-renewable primary energy resources used as
raw materials) (energy + material use)
MJ
0.07
0.11
Use of secondary materials
kg
-
-
Use of renewable secondary fuels
MJ
5.20E-7
8.32E-7
Use of non-renewable secondary fuels
MJ
5.44E-6
8.70E-6
Use of net fresh water
m³
3.11E-4
4.97E-4
Environmental impacts
Use of resources
The values expressed as [-] cannot be shown since they are inexistent or marginal. Sections that are not relevant are described in the Annex.
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Unit
A4.1
A4.2
Hazardous waste disposed
kg
-
-
Non hazardous waste disposed
kg
4.32E-4
6.92E-4
Radioactive waste disposed
kg
1.00E-7
1.60E-7
Components for re-use
kg
-
-
Materials for recycling
kg
-
-
Materials for energy recovery
kg
-
-
Exported energy
MJ
-
-
Waste categories
Output flows
The values expressed as [-] cannot be shown since they are inexistent or marginal. Sections that are not relevant are described in the Annex.
A5 Construction / Installation
No.
Scenario
Description
A5.1
Manually
The drives/cylinders are installed without the use
of additional lifting devices!
A5.2
Small lifting trolley/lifting platform
A small lifting platform/lifting trolley is required for the
installation of the elements.
No relevant inputs or outputs apply to the scenario selected.
In case of deviating consumption the installation of the products forms part of the site management and is
covered at the building level.
B1 Use
Refer to Section 5 – Emissions to the environment
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B2 Maintenance
B2.1 Cleaning (not relevant)
No cleaning is necessary.
B2.2 Maintenance
No.
B2.2.1
Scenario
Normal use
Description
Annual functional check, visual inspection,
lubrication/greasing and, if necessary,
maintenance
Ancillary materials and waste as well as transport distances during maintenance are negligible. Fresh
water and energy are not needed for maintenance. Thus the environmental impacts are only marginal.
B3 Repair (not relevant)
No repair necessary when used as intended.
B4 Replacement
No.
Scenario
Description
B4
Electrical drive
One replacement within 50 years.
B4
Pneumatic cylinders
One replacement within 50 years.
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Unit
B4.1
Drives
B4.2
Cylinders
Global warming potential (GWP 100)
kg CO2-equiv.
0.34
0.41
Ozone depletion potential (ODP)
kg R11-equiv.
6.42E-9
6.57E-9
Acidification potential of soil and water (AP)
kg SO2-equiv.
1.56E-3
1.74E-3
Eutrophication potential (EP)
3-
kg PO4 -equiv.
1.22E-4
1.26E-4
Photochemical ozone creation potential (POCP)
kg C2H4-equiv.
1.04E-4
1.13E-3
kg Sb-equiv.
2.35E-6
2.19E-6
MJ
4.61
5.68
Use of renewable primary energy - excluding renewable
primary energy resources used as raw materials
MJ
-
-
Use of renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials (material use)
MJ
-
-
Total use of renewable primary energy resources (primary
energy and renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials) (energy + material use)
MJ
1.08
1.45
Use of non-renewable primary energy excluding non-renewable
primary energy resources used as raw materials
MJ
4.48
5.55
Use of non-renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials (material use)
MJ
0.14
0.14
Total use of non-renewable primary energy resources (primary
energy and non-renewable primary energy resources used as
raw materials) (energy + material use)
MJ
4.62
5.69
Use of secondary materials
kg
-
-
Use of renewable secondary fuels
MJ
1.23E-4
1.38E-4
Use of non-renewable secondary fuels
MJ
1.20E-3
1.34E-3
Use of net fresh water
m³
1.74
2.24
B4 Replacement
Environmental impacts
Abiotic depletion potential - non-fossil resources (ADP elements)
Abiotic depletion potential - fossil resources (ADP - fossil fuels.)
Use of resources
The values expressed as [-] cannot be shown since they are inexistent or marginal. Sections that are not relevant are described in the Annex.
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Unit
B4.1
B4.2
Hazardous waste disposed
kg
6.01E-5
6.04E-5
Non hazardous waste disposed
kg
0.88
1.07
Radioactive waste disposed
kg
3.14E-4
4.35E-4
Components for re-use
kg
-
-
Materials for recycling
kg
-
-
Materials for energy recovery
kg
-
-
Exported energy
MJ
-
-
Waste categories
Output flows
B5 Modification/refurbishment (not relevant)
It is assumed that no modification/refurbishment will be necessary.
B6 Operational energy use
No.
Scenario
B6.1
Drive
normal use
B6.2
Cylinder
normal use
Description*
Per drive: 0.733 kWh electrical energy per
50 years
(22,000 cycles per 50 years, 1 Watt)
Per cylinder: 266 kWh electrical energy per 50
years (22,000 cycles per 50 years, 2 litres volume
per cycle, 6 Wh/l)
* Frequency, times of use, number of users, cycles, etc.
There are no transport costs associated with the energy consumed inside the building. Ancillary
materials, waste and other scenarios are negligible.
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Unit
B6.1
Drives
B4.2
Cylinders
Global warming potential (GWP 100)
kg CO2-equiv.
0.23
83.09
Ozone depletion potential (ODP)
kg R11-equiv.
1.25E-10
4.52E-8
Acidification potential of soil and water (AP)
kg SO2-equiv.
3.86E-4
0.14
Eutrophication potential (EP)
3-
kg PO4 -equiv.
4.39E-5
0.02
Photochemical ozone creation potential (POCP)
kg C2H4-equiv.
2.75E-5
9.98E-3
kg Sb-equiv.
3.56E-8
1.29E-5
MJ
3.20
1161.00
Use of renewable primary energy - excluding renewable
primary energy resources used as raw materials
MJ
-
-
Use of renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials (material use)
MJ
-
-
Total use of renewable primary energy resources (primary
energy and renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials) (energy + material use)
MJ
0.63
226.70
Use of non-renewable primary energy excluding non-renewable
primary energy resources used as raw materials
MJ
-
-
Use of non-renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials (material use)
MJ
-
-
Total use of non-renewable primary energy resources (primary
energy and non-renewable primary energy resources used as
raw materials) (energy + material use)
MJ
3.20
1161.00
Use of secondary materials
kg
-
-
Use of renewable secondary fuels
MJ
5.56E-5
0.02
Use of non-renewable secondary fuels
MJ
5.82E-4
0.21
Use of net fresh water
m³
0.47
170.20
B6 Operational energy use
Environmental impacts
Abiotic depletion potential - non-fossil resources (ADP elements)
Abiotic depletion potential - fossil resources (ADP - fossil fuels)
Use of resources
The values expressed as [-] cannot be shown since they are inexistent or marginal. Sections that are not relevant are described in the Annex.
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Product group: Smoke and heat exhaust ventilation systems
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Unit
B6.1
Drives
B4.2
Cylinders
Hazardous waste disposed
kg
-
-
Non hazardous waste disposed
kg
1.36
492.60
Radioactive waste disposed
kg
3.64E-4
0.13
B6 Operational energy use
Waste categories
Output flows
B6
Components for re-use
kg
-
-
Materials for recycling
kg
-
-
Materials for energy recovery
kg
-
-
Exported energy
MJ
-
-
The values expressed as [-] cannot be shown since they are inexistent or marginal. Sections that are not relevant are described in the Annex.
B7 Operational water use (not relevant)
No water consumption when used as intended. Water consumption for cleaning is specified in
Section B2.1.
C1 De-construction
No.
C1.1
Scenario
Dismantling
Description
99% de-construction
The energy consumed in de-construction is negligible.
C2 Transport
No.
C2.1
Scenario
Transport
Description
Van, 80% capacity used, 50 km
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Unit
C2.1
Drives
C2.2
Cylinders
Global warming potential (GWP 100)
kg CO2-equiv.
4.36E-4
5.97E-4
Ozone depletion potential (ODP)
kg R11-equiv.
9.08E-15
1.24E-14
Acidification potential of soil and water (AP)
kg SO2-equiv.
1.79E-6
2.46E-6
Eutrophication potential (EP)
3-
kg PO4 -equiv.
4.31E-7
5.90E-7
Photochemical ozone creation potential (POCP)
kg C2H4-equiv.
-5.94E-7
-8.12E-7
kg Sb-equiv.
2.07E-11
2.75E-11
MJ
0.01
8.17E-3
Use of renewable primary energy - excluding renewable
primary energy resources used as raw materials
MJ
-
-
Use of renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials (material use)
MJ
-
-
Total use of renewable primary energy resources (primary
energy and renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials) (energy + material use)
MJ
3.53E-4
4.83E-4
Use of non-renewable primary energy excluding non-renewable
primary energy resources used as raw materials
MJ
-
-
Use of non-renewable primary energy resources used as raw
materials (material use)
MJ
-
-
Total use of non-renewable primary energy resources (primary
energy and non-renewable primary energy resources used as
raw materials) (energy + material use)
MJ
5.97E-3
8.17E-3
Use of secondary materials
kg
-
-
Use of renewable secondary fuels
MJ
4.44E-8
6.07E-8
Use of non-renewable secondary fuels
MJ
4.64E-7
6.35E-7
Use of net fresh water
m³
2.65E-5
3.63E-5
C2 Transport
Environmental impacts
Abiotic depletion potential - non-fossil resources (ADP elements)
Abiotic depletion potential - fossil resources (ADP - fossil fuels)
Use of resources
The values expressed as [-] cannot be shown since they are inexistent or marginal. Sections that are not relevant are described in the Annex.
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Unit
C2.1
Drives
C2.2
Cylinders
Hazardous waste disposed
kg
-
-
Non hazardous waste disposed
kg
3.69E-5
5.05E-5
Radioactive waste disposed
kg
8.56E-9
1.17E-8
C2 Transport
Waste categories
Output flows
C2
Components for re-use
kg
-
-
Materials for recycling
kg
-
-
Materials for energy recovery
kg
-
-
Exported energy
MJ
-
-
The values expressed as [-] cannot be shown since they are inexistent or marginal. Sections that are not relevant are described in the Annex.
C3 Waste management
No.
C3.1
Scenario
Disposal
Description
Recycling of metals 99%, residual fraction to waste
incineration plant 90%
Unit
C3.1
Drives
C3.2
Cylinders
Collection procedure, collected separately
kg
0.057
0.078
Collection procedures, collected as mixed construction
waste
kg
-
-
Recovery system, for re-use
kg
-
-
Recovery system, for recycling
kg
0.050
0.069
Recovery system, for energy recovery
kg
0.006
0.006
Disposal
kg
0.001
0.003
C3 Waste management
Assumptions for scenario development e.g. for
transport
Reasonable units
C4 Disposal
No.
C4.1
Scenario
Disposal
Description
Non-recordable amounts and losses within the reuse/recycling chain (C1 and C3) are modelled as
"disposed".
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Benefits and loads beyond the system boundaries
No.
D
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Scenario
Recycling potential
Description
Recyclate from C3.1 excluding the recyclate used in
A3 replaces 100% of material;
Benefits from waste incinerator: electricity replaces
German electricity mix, thermal energy replaces
thermal energy from natural gas.
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