Belimo Rosengarten Case Stäfa

ROSENGARTEN

The Rosengarten project in Switzerland is the first pilot house to implement and test initial technologies for residential multi-family houses. The entire system, including fresh air production and distribution, and floor heating uses Belimo products based on Belimo Sharedlogic elements. The Rosengarten project represents the starting point of Belimo's Residential business.

The Rosengarten pilot house has been operating since 2012. Right from the start, occupants enjoyed a comfortable indoor climate and fresh air.

 

The project’s innovative cooling system for hot summer days has never been a standard in Switzerland. The Belimo system uses the same components for both heating and cooling, which are controlled automatically. This highly efficient arrangement varies greatly from traditional systems that require different components for both.

 

As a result, potential savings during the installation and commissioning phases became very clear early on. This new technology resulted in low operation costs, while planning, installation and commissioning savings indicated the total cost of ownership could be significantly reduced.

 

Rosengarten is a proof that the concept of using basic technology for intelligent components such as valves, actuators, shared logic, sensors, room units and variable air volume can create true value through real savings and extremely high levels of comfort.

 

The project is approved by Minergie, a registered quality label for new and refurbished buildings that are certified for low energy consumption. HVAC installations in the project have been installed to ensure optimal energy-efficiency of the ventilation system, and take windows, air outlets, room types etc., into consideration.

 

KEY FEATURES

  • The first pilot house to implement and test initial technologies for residential multi-family houses
  • Innovative cooling system for hot summer days has never been a standard in Switzerland
  • System uses the same components for both heating and cooling, which are controlled automatically
  • Lowering of operating costs and installation and commissioning savings