European Heating Boilers Association (EBA)
Union européenne de chaudières (UEC)
Europäische Heizkessel-Vereinigung (EHV)
1980, Århus (Denmark), with the provisional denomination UECCA - CEFACEF, by merger of H-XH3550 - European Association of Producers of Cast Iron Heating Materials, set up in 1959, with H-XH5201 - European Association of Steel Heating Boiler Manufacturers, formed in 1960. Has set up a European federal union, E-XE1392 - European Committee for the Advancement of Thermal Sciences and Heat Transfer (EUROTHERM), to include all European associations of producers of central heating materials. Ceased to exist, Jun 2000, on merger with H-XD0645 - European Committee of Burner Manufacturers, to form D-XD7839 - Association of the European Heating Industry (EHI).
Ensure exchange of information and experience about professional subjects; promote common activities in the technical and economic field to assure equal conditions of competition; maintain permanent cooperation with European associations of the heating industry.
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