The EnE-HVAC project is part of this AMANAC cluster, and is part of the Nanoinsulation and HVAC theme along with the projects below.

AMANAC-CSA is a long lasting collaboration and coordination platform aiming to maximize the impact towards the European Industry and Society of participating Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology projects targeting development of (nano) materials, components and systems for the improvement of the energy efficiency in the built environment. 
Horizontal interactions are supported by a Joint Action Plan that encompasses actions that amplify synergies and common practices in e.g. LCA/LCC and fire safety. Hurdles that delay market exploitation are analyzed to create frameworks for effective business road map and plans to help projects with potential commercialisation of research results. Publicity materials and organization of joint large scale event participation are envisaged for speeding-up the global impact of the research results coming from the Cluster projects.


Aerocoins:Aerogel-Based Composite/Hybrid Nanomaterials for Cost-Effective Building Super-Insulation Systems

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The main aim of the HIPIN project is to develop a sustainable and cost-effective technology to produce a nanostructured aerogel that can be incorporated into paint, plaster and panel applications which can be used in both retrofit and new constructions. 

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VIP4ALL project aims at developing a true technical and cost-effective VIP solution by using natural minerals and/or renewable organic by-products, as low cost VIP core materials through careful microwaving and doping of minor fumed silica, which will not only cut its final price by 50%, but also guarantee a superior thermal performance and eco-friendly status.

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MF Retrofit

The project aims to deal with the numerous requirements of facade panel retrofitting by developing a lightweight, durable, cost effective and high performance panel. Its layered structure allows for separate but also synergistic function regarding high thermal and acoustic insulation, excellent mechanical properties, up to standards flame retardancy and photocatalytic activity. Employing nanofillers such as CNTs, TiO2 and perlite nanoparticles and cellular nanofibers, will lead to reduction of facade panel weight and thickness by at least 40%.

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Other AMANAC projects

Other projects within the Nano-E2B-Cluster which are developing related technology

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