Exploring Cooling Load Calculations: Join our informative webinar!

Are you interested in delving into the world of cooling load calculations, particularly for air conditioning system design? Our upcoming webinar offers an opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of this crucial aspect.


  • Understanding VDI 2078:
    We'll provide a detailed overview of Regulation VDI 2078, which outlines the process for calculating thermal loads and room temperatures. This regulation, established by the Association of German Engineers (VDI), sets the foundation for accurate cooling load calculations.
  • Deconstructing Cooling Loads:
    Explore the components of cooling loads, including external factors such as transmission heat from adjoining rooms, radiated heat through windows, and internal factors like thermal emissions from occupants, lighting, machinery, and chemical reactions. Gain insights into the complexities that contribute to a room's cooling load.
  • Simplified Approximate Calculation:
    Discover an alternative to intricate computer simulations. We'll introduce you to an approximate calculation method based on an older version of VDI 2078, accessible through a calculation tool on our website. This method offers more precise results compared to rough estimates, without the need for costly professional software.


Our Speaker Leo Eckard invites you to join for an informative session focused on simplifying cooling load calculations.


Date: 21th November 2023

Time: 10:00 CET 

Seminar type: Online

Participation fee: 0,00 €
The webinar is offered free of charge.

Register now

Leo Eckart
Senior Manager International Projects at Kampmann Group

I am Leo Eckart and I have been professionally active in the HVAC industry, from theoretical and scientific aspects to practical design and construction of HVAC systems. I have been connected to Kampmann for more than 30 years and have held technical, sales and managerial functions in companies of the Kampmann Group, predominantly in the international area. I communicate in three languages: German, Russian and English.