This one-day course is designed to provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of Part L and Part F of the Building Regulations.
This course will provide an overview of Energy Conservation and its role in construction, equip attendees with a complete understanding of Part L (Conservation of Fuel & Energy) of the Building Regulations and the Key Changes to TGD Part F 2019 3rd Party Ventilation Validators.
Part L of the Building Control Regs
· The application of Part L dwellings 2017 and non-dwellings 2019
· The EPBD Directive, EU taxonomy, nearly Zero Energy Buildings (nZEB).
· Calculation methodologies – NEAP, DEAP,BER, sBEM, SAP, IES, TAS etc
· Common interpretations – fit outs, process buildings
· U-Values,backstops, average v overall, glazing ration
· Thermal Bridging, condensation risk, overheating risk and climate adaption
· Renewables obligation, district heating, CHP and application to campus sites
Part F of the Building Control Regs
• Providing for an adequate and effective ventilation system, consistent interpretations.
• The roles and responsibilities of designers, contractors, suppliers and ventilation verifiers.
• Key Changes to TGD Part F 2019 3rd Party Ventilation Validators. NSAI Scheme and flowfinder or Testo hood calibration.
• Different Ventilation Systems. MHRV, Demand controlled,(DCV),decentralised and centralised dMEV, cMEV so called Natural Ventilation with intermittent fans
• Defined Roles System Designer (M+E Engineer, Architect or supplier/distributer)
• System Installer (workmanship, pinched ducts, controller, acoustics and filters)
• Ventilation Performance Tester – validator roles at design, build and commissioning.
Validation outside Agreement, CE marking,testing. ISO 14134 test standard – pressure measurement. (Acceptable range foreach room types)
Supplier provision of design pressures and acceptable levels of workmanship, follow up trades and insulation lagging.
• Ventilation design and workmanship ownership. workmanship and impact.
• Void and roof space ventilation.