We are Orona
It's no coincidence that our logo is green.
ORONA is the first company in the elevator sector worldwide to be awarded the
Eco-design certificate – ISO 14006
What is ECO-DESIGN?
It’s about "clean" management throughout the product’s phases, from design to final life cycle: minimum emissions, good production practices and consumption cutting.
We develop technological solutions that can lead to very significant savings in the energy consumption of buildings.
ORONA will provide you with support and can advise you on:
Don't hesitate to consult our experts about the energy class of your lift.
The VDI 4707 standard is a specific lift standard based on the energy classification of domestic appliances and developed by an independent association of German engineers.
The standard specifies 7 classes of consumption from A to G for lift energy performance, with A being the most efficient.
Evaluation is carried out by an independent organisation and two key data are used to determine class: the energy used during a specific ride and the energy required in stand-by mode. Final classification depends on building type, travel, frequency of use and loading capacity.
The aim here is to reduce the environmental impact of the building, taking all the phases in its life cycle into consideration, from construction to demolition.
With the aim of involving all the participants in a building's construction, HQE certification comprises 14 objectives that specify a building's environmental quality. The objectives are distributed across 4 families: eco-construction, eco-management, comfort and health.
For HQE integrated projects we provide extensive documentation on the 14 objectives applicable to lifts.
BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment) is the world’s leading building sustainability evaluation and certification method.
It sets the standard for best practice in sustainable design and has become the "de facto" means for measuring a building’s environmental performance.