On this page, you can find a selection of products and prototypes that have been developed over the years with the support of Eurac Research. Our institute carries out applied research: technologies and innovations created in collaboration with companies and other scientific partners – within European projects or bilateral collaborations – are tested in our laboratories and subsequently in real-life situations.
|Facades for office conditioning|
Decentralized office air
conditioning machine which integrates ventilation, heating, and cooling, is inserted
into a prefabricated façade in new buildings to facilitate installation. This
was designed and planned as part of a bilateral project with experts at Eurac
Research and Stahlbau Pichler
|A thermal unit for heating buildings|
A plug&play intelligent hydraulic unit called an 'energy hub'. This prototype permits the management of hydraulic systems, from the supply of domestic hot water to heating and cooling systems. It was designed in particular to enable the integration of renewable systems into existing circuits, making an energy retrofit easier and faster, thus reducing the consumption of a building. Developed by Eurac Research as part of the iNSPiRE project and as part of the industrialization phase of the 4RinEU project with the company Thermics
|New multifunctional wooden facade|
Prefabricated elements do not replace the existing façade but are instead added externally to improve performance and increase the number of functions of the existing envelope. Three prototypes were designed Eurac Research and tested in our laboratories. This project was realised in collaboration with the Gummp & Maier company,This work was carried out as part of the European 4RinEU coordinated by Eurac Research
|Multifunctional facades for residential buildings|
224 multifunctional facade modules have been installed in two renovated apartment buildings in Bolzano. The wooden facades save energy and reduce construction time. These modules, tested in Eurac Research's laboratories, were created thanks to a consortium of South Tyrolean companies led by Aster Holzbau. The work was undertaken as part of the European SINFONIA project in which Eurac Research coordinated the activities in the Bolzano district.