ENERGY: Sustainability; Optimisation & Environment

Air Conditioning & Refrigeration

Air Distribution & Ventilation

Controls & Instrumentation

Heating

Limiting the effects of overheating in building services applications

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Length
30-45 minutes

Fee
0

Location
Online or delegate offices

Provider
KINGSPAN TECHNICAL INSULATION LTD

Description
Rising temperatures have highlighted issues with buildings

overheating, and the contribution of building services to

unwanted heat gains is coming under scrutiny.



Recent research from AECOM has suggested that the use of

an enhanced specification of pipe insulation and insulated

pipe supports on hot water and heating pipework can

drastically reduce overheating in some buildings.

This seminar examines the issues of overheating, including

in void and corridor spaces, relating to building services

insulation. The benefits of going a step further than the base

Building Regulation requirements are considered, along with

optimising the design and implementation of building services

insulation systems.

Course title and key points covered
Limiting the effects of overheating in building services applications

1 Examines the issues of overheating, including in void and corridor spaces, relating to building services insulation.

2 The benefits of going a step further than the base Building Regulation requirements

3 Optimising the design and implementation of building services insulation systems

Speakers
Carl Davison, Technical Services Manager

Chris Ridge, National Business Development Manager

Pipework/ Valves/ Pumps, etc.

Building Management / Legislation / Regulation

System Design & Project Management

Electrical Services

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