Part F and Part L
CI/SfB
(57.7)
1st Edition
Your Step by Step Guide
• The regulations
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• Training
Part F and L of the Building Regulations
from October 2010
We would like to welcome you to what we believe is a great place
to start if you want to understand the requirements of the October
2010 revision of the Building Regulations.
Part F and L issued in October 2010 place much greater emphasis
on effective design, installation and operation of ventilation systems.
The objective is to maximise carbon reduction through correctly
specified and designed systems, competent installation minimising
losses of the systems, verified performance once installed and correct
operation by the home owner.
This document explains how to achieve
compliance, looking at the three key
areas in detail: Specification and Design,
Installation and Commissioning, Operation
and Maintenance.
1 For properties leakier than 5m³h/m²
infiltration.
Installation and Commissioning
Part F Overview
Part F, means of ventilation is hopefully
self explanatory and it is the document in
which the performance of different systems
is covered. Things like airflow rates, noise,
occupiers operation etc are all covered
here.
The new edition has a few top level changes
which may mean something to you (we will
cover them in more detail in each section
later on) but as an overview they are as
follows:
Leaky House
2 For properties tighter than 5m³h/m²
infiltration.
There is now some guidance on good
installation practice and a commissioning
guide set out in a supporting document
to Part F know as the Domestic Ventilation
Compliance Guide. This has been designed
to ensure that ventilation not only delivers the
required airflow, but also does it efficiently
and quietly. This has been designed to link
in with competent persons schemes and
training programmes run by the industry. See
the back page for more information on our
BPEC training course which are designed to
teach good installation practices.
Ventilation Rates
For the first time the ventilation rate of a
given property is calculated dependant on
the designed infiltration rate. Basically, how
much it leaks when the wind blows (anyone
who has lived in a drafty house will understand
the importance that this has!). There are now
two levels of ventilation based on how much
they leak air. This is measured in how much
air leaks from the building by it’s surface
area and the units are m³h of air per m² of
building area (m³h/m² ).
Non Leaky House
Basically, tighter buildings now have an increased
ventilation rate.
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Part L Overview
Part L, the document covering fuel and power
is where the energy efficiency information on
ventilation is covered. Putting is simply the
new document has improved the energy
efficiency targets for buildings by 25%. This
affects ventilation equipment as they are
part of the SAP calculation and there are
now new Target Emission Rate’s (TER’s) set
to deliver the 25% improvement over the
previous regulations. This is now in line with
the Code for Sustainable Homes Level three.
There is also an opportunity to save energy
through ventilation by using SAP Appendix
Q. This is a method by which energy efficient
ventilation systems can be selected and the
energy benefit be added back into the SAP
calculation.
What does
ventilation?
this
mean
for
Ventilation uses energy in two ways. Firstly,
mechanical systems use electricity to power
the motors and secondly there is heat loss
as air is exhausted from the building which
has been heated. This is now dealt with by
a minimum energy efficiency level for all
ventilation systems being set in a supporting
document called The Domestic Building
Services Compliance Guide. There are now
for the first time new build and refurbishment
minimums in both the amount of electricity a
motor can use (minimum specific fan power
(SFP)) and a minimum energy efficiency of
heat exchangers in systems that can recover
the heat.
We recommend that best practice is followed
when designing and installing a system,
as the product performance is affected by
both areas. We can offer support with both
elements, please see the back two pages for
further information on how we can help.
(MVHR)
We will be looking at these in more detail
under separate sections later in this
document.
Summary
There are now four areas for consideration
when selecting ventilation.
• Airflow performance
• Minimum energy efficiency limits
• Good installation
• Use by occupiers
Ventilation four
There are systems covered in the building
regulations and these are as follows:
System 1 - Intermittent fans and
background ventilation
System 2 - Passive stack
System 3 - Continuous mechanical extract
ventilation (MEV)
System 4 - Continuous mechanical
balanced ventilation with heat recovery
Things to Remember
Airflow
performance
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Minimum energy
efficiency limits
Good
installation
Use by
occupiers
Part F changes - Airflows, background
ventilators and noise
The table below shows the airflow rates as described in Part F
There are some considerations dependant
on what ventilation system is being used.
These are over viewed here but are shown in
more detail in the separate sections for each
system.
Table 5.1a Extract ventilation rates
Room
Intermittent extract Continuous extract
Minimum rate Minimum high rate
Kitchen
30 l/s adjacent to hob
or 60 l/s elsewhere
13 l/s
Utility room
30 l/s
8 l/s
Bathroom
15 l/s
8 l/s
Sanitary accommodation
6 l/s
Minimum
low rate
Total extract rate should be
at least the whole dwelling
ventilation rate given in
Table 5.1b
These have different levels of background
vents dependant on the infiltration rate of the
building.
MEV (System 3)
Window vents are not need in leakier
buildings.
MVHR (System 4)
The rate of ventilation can be reduced
dependant on the leakage of the building. If
the building is leakier than 5m³h/m² then the
mechanical ventilation rate is reduced.
Table 5.1b Whole dwelling ventilation rates
Number of bedrooms in dwelling
1
2
Whole dwelling
ventilation rate
a,b
(l/s)
Intermittent Fans and Passive
Stack (System 1 and 2)
13
17
3
4
5
21
25
29
Notes:
a. In addition, the minimum ventilation rate should be not less than 0.3 l/s per
m2 of internal floor area. (This includes all floors, e.g. for a two-storey building
add the ground and first floor areas).
b. This is based on two occupants in the main bedroom and a single occupant
in all other bedrooms. This should be used as the default value. If a greater
level of occupancy is expected add 4 l/s per occupant.
Noise
For the first time, noise is now covered by
the building regulations. As our buildings
become more energy efficient and more
air tight, the amount of noise entering
them from outside is reduced. This has the
effect of making them much quieter inside.
That means that any noise made inside the
house will be more noticeable so Part F now
suggests a maximum noise level for any
continuous system of 35dB(A).
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Part F&L Guide
Part L - Minimum efficiencies
of motors and heat exchangers
Energy efficiency
Refurbishment
Specific Fan Power (SFP)
The whole Lo-Carbon residential range of
fans meet the requirements of 0.5 W/l/s.
As mentioned earlier, there are now minimum
energy efficiency limits for all of the systems
covered in the building regulations as well as
some minimum heat exchanger efficiencies
for heat recovery products. These are as
follows:
• Intermittent extract fans - specify a minimum
of 0.5 W/l/s
• Continuous extract fans - specify a
minimum of 0.7 W/l/s
• Continuous supply and extract fans (MVHR)
- specify a minimum of 1.5 W/l/s
The Lo-Carbon intermittent range is essential
to the refurbishment sector complying with
the SFP of 0.5W/l/s. Giving benefits of 80%
reduction in power consumption, 5 Year
Motor Guarantee, the fans are suitable for
wall, window, ceiling or ducted applications.
Heat Exchanger Efficiency
There is now a requirement for any heat
exchanger in a residential property to be a
minimum of 70% efficient.
New Build
New Building Regulations favour continuous
ventilation as these perform better in SAP, are
easier to specify and easier to standardise (no
need for trickle vents). This will encourage
new build designers to move any new
planning applications away from intermittent
fans. Vent-Axia have the solution with Centra
and Quadra as some of the best performing
products on SAP Appendix Q.
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System 1 and 2 - Intermittent
Fans & Passive Stack
System 1 - Intermittent Fans and
Background Ventilators
Intermittent extract fan airflow rate based on
table 5.1a from the previous page.
The design air permeability will determine
the equivalent ventilator area as laid out in
the below tables.
System 2 Passive Stack Ventilation
(PSV)
This system relies on the natural stack effect
by which warm air rises and is extracted from
the wet rooms through 125mm rigid ducts
running to ridge height. Trickle vents are
required and can be humidity controlled.
Internal rooms require ‘assisted’ ventilation
i.e. by mechanical ventilation.
A - Total equivalent ventilator area ª (mm2) for a dwelling with any
design air permeability.
Total floor
Number of bedrooms
b
area (m2)
1
2
3
4
5
50
35000
40000
50000
60000
65000
51-60
35000
40000
50000
60000
65000
61-70
45000
45000
50000
60000
65000
71-80
50000
50000
50000
60000
65000
81-90
55000
60000
60000
60000
65000
91-100
65000
65000
65000
65000
65000
100
Background Ventilation
Much larger equivalent areas (up to 50%
bigger) are now required for background
ventilators when using system 1.
For example a three bed house with a floor
area of 100m² a total equivalent area of
65000mm² is required. This may only have
6 windows to fit them in which would mean
a free area of 10,833mm in each window.
This not only takes up a lot of space in each
window frame and looks unsightly, but the
window fabricator will charge to fit each one
and this example could require three vents
on each window.
Key increase mm2
Increases
from the
requirements
of ADF 2006
5000
10000
15000
20000
Add 7000 mm for every additional 10m floor area
2
2
B -Alternative guidance on total equivalent ventilator area3 (mm2)
for a dwelling with a designed air permeability leakier than (>) 5m3/
(h.m2) at 50 Pa.
Total floor
Number of bedrooms
b
area (m2)
1
2
3
4
5
50
25000
35000
45000
45000
55000
51-60
25000
30000
40000
45000
55000
61-70
30000
30000
30000
45000
55000
71-80
35000
35000
35000
45000
55000
81-90
40000
40000
40000
45000
55000
91-100
45000
45000
45000
45000
55000
100
Add 5000 mm for every additional 10m floor area
2
2
Notes:
a. The equivalent area of a background ventilator should be determined at 1 Pa pressure
difference, using the appropriate test method given in Table 5.3
b. This is based on two occupants in the main bedroom and a single occupant in all other
bedrooms. For a greater level of occupancy, assume a greater number of bedrooms (i.e.
assume an extra bedroom per additional person). For more than five bedrooms, add an
additional 10000 mm2 per bedroom
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Part F&L Guide
Part F
Compliant
Part L
Compliant
Part L
Compliant
Part F and L Compliant
Lo-Carbon Fan Range Features
The new requirement for minimum specific
fan powers means that no intermittent fan
can use more than 0.5 W/l/s.
Vent-Axia offer a fully compliant Lo-Carbon
intermittent range which meets both Part F
and Part L.
Lo-Carbon Silhouette
Airflow Rates - Intermittent
Lo-Carbon Range
Product - Intermittent
l/s
Watts
SFP
(W/l/s)
VA100 (Bathrooms)
25
6.5
0.26
VA100 SELV (Bathroom)
25
6.5
0.26
Silhouette 100 (Bathroom)
24
6.5
0.27
Silhouette 100 SELV (Bathroom)
26
7.5
0.29
Minivent
31
6.5
0.21
Vent-A-Light
31
6.5
0.21
Solo Plus*
VAR
VAR
0.50
Solo Plus SELV *
VAR
VAR
0.50
VA150 (Kitchen)
64
11.5
0.18
Silhouette 150 (Kitchen)
67
8.2
0.12
Lo-Carbon Solo Plus
* VAR = Variable speed settings and controls so lowest SFP quoted
Range Features
• Models: Basic/Timer/Humidity Installation options.
• Low power consumption - Part L
Compliant
• Quiet running
• Back draught shutters included
• Modern aesthetics.
• Ball bearing motors for vertical or
horizontal application
• 5 year motor guarantee
• Wall, ceiling, panel and window mounting options
available.
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System 3 MEV and dMEV
System 3 – Continuous Mechanical
Extract (MEV)
There are two ways in which to comply with
system 3: Centralised (MEV) or Decentralised
(dMEV).
MEV incorporates a single unit that extracts
stale air to atmosphere from all the wet
rooms via ducting.
Decentralised MEV requires continuous
running extract fans mounted in all wet
rooms in much the same way as a traditional
fan is mounted.
As shown on page four, rates as per table
5.1b for the continuous systems are much
lower than the intermittent ventilation, and in
kitchens particularly the rate falls form 60l/s
to 13l/s. This can remove the requirement for
noisy fans or cookerhoods completely.
Reduced background Ventilators
An additional benefit is through a reduction
in the number of background vents needed.
If the design air permeability is <5m3/(h.
m2)@50Pa, background ventilators are
required in habitable rooms at 2500mm²
only. This is one small vent. If design air
permeability is >5m3/(h.m2)@50Pa there
is no requirement for background ventilators
at all. This gives a really big benefit of not
having to fit a large number of unsightly
window vents in, as required with intermittent
systems.
Energy efficiency
The Domestic Building Services Compliance
Guide states a maximum specific fan power
of 0.7 W/l/s for MEV systems. These can also
be SAP Appendix Q eligible which enables
selection during the SAP calculation (there is
an eligible product list embedded within the
SAP software programmes). This enables the
difference between the specific product and
the default settings within SAP.
Vent-Axia Lo-Carbon Multivent ranges
incorporates energy efficient EC/DC motors
providing SFP’s down to 0.18W/l/s which
is up to 75% savings over the default 0.7
W/l/s in SAP. This low specific fan power
(SFP) makes it one of the most efficient MEV
products available.
In much the same way, dMEV can be applied
and Vent-Axia Lo-Carbon Centra also
provides SFP’s down to 0.18W/l/s which is
up to 75% savings over the default 0.7W/l/s
in SAP. This also makes it one of the most
efficient dMEV products available
Installation
The new 2010 regulations also require that
systems are installed and commissioned
correctly. To help, we provide training
courses. See the training scheme section at
the end of this brochure.
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Part F&L Guide
Part F
Compliant
Part L
Compliant
Part L
Compliant
Lo-Carbon Centra
Range Features
Lo-Carbon Quadra
Lo-Carbon Multivent MVDC-MS
Range Features
Range Features
• Part F compliant, meets required airflow
rates in table 5.1.
• Single fan for use in toilets,
bathrooms, utility rooms and kitchens
• Reduces your carbon footprint
• Part L compliant - SFP is 0.18W/l/s.
• Meets Building Regulations for
intermittent or continuous use
• Specific fan power down to 0.18 W/l/s
• SAP Appendix Q eligible
• Quietest dMEV available.
• Discreet, tasteful styling.
• Single fan for use in all applications.
• IPX4 rated - IPX7 rated (SELV)
• Lo-Carbon motor offering 90% energy
savings and long life.
• 5 year motor guarantee
• Suitable for wall, ceiling, panel and
window mounting.
• Guaranteed installed performance
• Part F complaint - meets airflow rates
in table 5.1
• Part L complaint - SFP 0.38W/l/s
• Suitable for wall, ceiling and panel
mounting.
• SAP Appendix Q Eligible
• LS Boost connection
• Integral humidity sensor available
• Ultra quiet - acoustically lined for low
noise levels
• Complies with Building Regulations
Part F (System 3)
• Filterless technology and maintenance
free
• Lo-Carbon motors offering 90%
energy savings and long life
Lo-Carbon Multivent MVDC-MS
SAP Appendix Q Test Results
Exhaust Terminal
Configuration
Kitchen +
1 additional wet room
Kitchen +
2 additional wet room
Kitchen +
3 additional wet room
Total Flow
Rate (l/s)
Specific Fan
Power (W/l/s)
21.0
0.24
29.0
0.18
37.0
0.21
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System 4 - Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR)
Lo-Carbon Kinetic E
System 4 Continuous Mechanical
Supply and Extract with Heat
Recovery (MVHR)
MVHR is a whole dwelling ventilation system
that supplies and extracts air continuously at a
low rate (as per table 5.1b) with the facility to
be boosted as required. The unit is normally
installed in the loft space or cupboard and
rigid ducting supplies fresh filtered air to the
habitable rooms and extracts stale polluted
air from the ‘wet’ rooms.
Supply and extract diffusers are fitted to the
ceilings and can be adjusted so as to balance
the system.
The unit incorporates a polymer heat
exchanger that tempers the incoming air
before it is delivered to the habitable rooms.
The Domestic Building Services Compliance
Guide specifies a maximum specific fan
power of 1.5 W/l/s for MVHR systems.
Features
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Ultra quiet
Building Regulations Part L and Part F
compliant
SAP Q eligible
Energy Savings Trust best practice
compliant
Compact
Light weight
Independent motor speed adjustment
for easy commissioning
Easy (tool free) filter access
External condensate connection
Horizontal spigot option
Manufactured in the UK
Switched Live inputs
Delay on timer
Left or right hand installation
Frost protection
F5 pollen filter option
•
‘Filter check’ warning
•
•
•
•
•
Lo-Carbon Kinetic E
Commissioning
MVHR systems must be commissioned in
compliance with Part F with notification to
Building Control with a copy provided for the
owner/occupier
SAP Appendix Q Performance
Specific Fan
Power (W/l/s)
K+1
K+2
K+3
0.51
0.58
0.71
Temperature
Efficiency %
91%
90%
89%
•
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Part F
Compliant
Part L
Compliant
Part L
Compliant
Lo-Carbon Sentinel Kinetic
Additional Sentinel Features
Lo-Carbon Sentinel Kinetic Plus
• Programmable summer bypass
• Integrated digital controller for simple
and accurate commissioning
• Plug and play controls: Humidistat,
Vent-Wise, PIR
• Wired remote control and wireless
boost options
• Volt-free inputs
• Adjustable delay-off timer
• BMS connectivity
• Self diagnosis for simplified fault
finding
• 0v to 10v proportional control
• Purge setting
• Cooker hood option
Additional Kinetic Plus
Features
Sentinel Kinetic
SAP Appendix Q Performance
Specific Fan
Power (W/l/s)
K+1
K+2
K+3
K+4
K+5
Temperature
Efficiency %
0.72
0.74
0.81
0.93
1.07
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92%
91%
90%
88%
87%
• 150mm spigots with 180mm and
200mm options
Sentinel Kinetic Plus
SAP Appendix Q Performance
• Constant volume version
• Up to 111 l/s (400m3/hr) at 150Pa
• Hinged filter for simplified access
K+1
K+2
K+3
K+4
K+5
K+6
K+7
Specific Fan
Power (W/l/s)
Temperature
Efficiency %
0.56
0.49
0.52
0.57
0.62
0.70
0.80
92%
92%
91%
90%
90%
89%
89%
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Working Examples - MEV/dMEV
House Specification
Three bedrooms, kitchen/dining room, living room,
Apartment Specification
WC, bathroom, en-suite floor area 85m2
One bedroom, kitchen/dining/living room, bathroom
floor area 50m2
Whole dwelling rate (background, trickle or normal rate)
calculate the rate from Part F, table 5.1b:
26l/s based on ‘Note a’; 85m2 x 0.3l/s = 26l/s
Whole dwelling rate (background, trickle or normal rate)
calculate the rate from Part F, table 5.1b:
15l/s based on ‘Note a’; 50m2 x 0.3l/s = 15l/s
Continuous Mechanical Extract Ventilation
l/s
l/s
MEV/dMEV
Normal
Boost
Kitchen
10
Bathroom
WC
Airflow
l/s
l/s
MEV/dMEV
Normal
Boost
13
Kitchen
9
13
6
8
Bathroom
6
8
4
6
Total
15 l/s
21 l/s
En-Suite
6
8
Total
26 l/s
35 l/s
Calculate the extract ventilation rate (boost) from Part F, table
5.1a: kitchen (13l/s) + WC(6/ls) + bathroom (8l/s) +
en-suite(8l/s) = 35l/s
Background Ventilators (if needed)
Calculate the extract ventilation rate (boost) from Part F, table
5.1a: k itchen (13l/s) + bathroom (8l/s) = 21l/s
Background Ventilators (if needed)
Living room
2500mm2
Living/dining room
2500mm2
Kitchen/dining
2500mm2
Bed 1
2500mm2
Bed 1
2500mm2
Total
5000mm2
Bed 2
2500mm2
Bed 3
2500mm2
Total
12500mm2
Single room heat recovery ventilator (SRHRV) may be used in conjunction with MEV/dMEV systems.
Determine the whole dwelling rate as above (26 l/s).
Calculate the room supply rate for the SRHRV: (Room volume x whole dwelling rate)/(Total volume of all habitable rooms) e.g. (36m3 x 26 l/s)/(132m3) = 7 l/s.
The new whole dwelling rate for the MEV system is 19 l/s.
The SRHRV rate is 7 l/s.
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Working Examples - MVHR
House Specification
Three bedrooms, kitchen/dining room, living room,
Apartment Specification
WC, bathroom, en-suite floor area 85m2
One bedroom, kitchen/dining/living room, bathroom
floor area 50m2
Whole dwelling rate (background, trickle or normal rate)
calculate the rate from Part F, table 5.1b:
26l/s based on ‘Note a’; 85m2 x 0.3l/s = 26l/s
Whole dwelling rate (background, trickle or normal rate)
calculate the rate from Part F, table 5.1b:
15l/s based on ‘Note a’; 50m2 x 0.3l/s = 15l/s
Airflow
Airflow
l/s
l/s
Extract
Normal
Boost
13
Kitchen
9
13
6
8
Bathroom
6
8
WC
4
6
Total
15 l/s
21 l/s
En-Suite
6
8
Total
26 l/s
35 l/s
l/s
l/s
Extract
Normal
Boost
Kitchen
10
Bathroom
Calculate the extract ventilation rate (boost) from Part F,
table 5.1a: kitchen (13l/s) + WC (6/ls) + bathroom
(8l/s) + en-suite (8l/s) = 35l/s
l/s
l/s
Supply
Normal
Boost
Living room
6
8
Kitchen/dining
7
9
Bed 1
5
6
Bed 2
4
6
Bed 3
4
6
26 l/s
35 l/s
Calculate the extract ventilation rate (boost) from Part F, table
5.1a: kitchen (13l/s) + bathroom (8l/s) = 21l/s
l/s
l/s
Supply
Normal
Boost
Living/dining room
9
13
Bed 1
6
8
15 l/s
21 l/s
For buildings leakier than 5m3/(h.m2), you must subtract natural infiltration from the whole dwelling (normal) rate: calculate the
internal volume of the dwelling. Multiply the internal volume by 0.04 l/(s.m3) subtract this volume from the whole dwelling rate.
House Dimensions:
Ground floor
8.5m x 5m x 2.4m (room height)
First Floor
8.5m x 5m x 2.4m (room height)
Total dwelling volume = 204m3
204m3 x 0.04l(s.m3) = 8.2 l/s infiltration
Apartment Dimensions:
Ground floor
10m x 5m x 2.4m (room height)
Total dwelling volume = 120m3
120m3 x 0.04l(s.m3) = 4.8 l/s infiltration
Whole dwelling rate – Infiltration
15 l/s - 4.8 l/s = 10.2 l/s
Whole dwelling rate – Infiltration
26 l/s - 8.2 l/s = 17.8 l/s
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Future Direction
Building Regulations – Where are
we going?
persons and notified in much the same way
as gas appliances now.
Things have moved on a bit since 1992
when ventilation was first introduced
into the Building Regulations. Here is
an overview of the changes including
2006.
2016 – Mechanical ventilation with heat
recovery the most likely choice. Buildings
will require a significant reduction in carbon
emissions and zero carbon homes targets
are likely to make MVHR the natural choice
for energy efficient homes.
2006 – Part F included continuous ventilation
for the first time.
Ventilation systems were being installed by
skilled persons but the performance data was
never tested. Part L changes meant that SAP
Q products could be included as part of the
dwelling’s SAP calculations.
2010 – Design, install and ensure its used
correctly.
With dwellings being designed with
increased energy efficiency and reduced air
permeability, ventilation systems now require
specific flow rates and there is more demand
for highly efficient heat recovery to help
reduce the DER’s. Ventilation is now required
to be installed correctly with the installation
recorded and measured plus there needs to
be guidance to the home occupier as to how
it operates.
2013 – Ventilation is likely to become a
controlled service with notification.
The road map to zero carbon means a 44%
reduction in carbon emissions and ventilation
systems will be installed by fully qualified
Things to Remember
Airflow
performance
Minimum energy
efficiency limits
Good
installation
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Training Scheme
Domestic Ventilation
Systems Installer Training
Become a Qualified Installer with
your Ventilation Partner
Vent-Axia is now offering a BPEC course
deigned to meet the requirements in the Domestic
Ventilation Compliance Guide 2010 for the
installation, inspection, testing, commissioning and
provision of information for Fixed Domestic Systems
for both new and existing residential buildings.
The course is recognised by all Competent Persons
Schemes within the industry including HVCA and
NICEIC.
The course will train you to:
•
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Install Domestic Ventilation Systems in a safe and workmanlike manner.
Inspect and test Domestic Ventilation
Systems
Commission and provide information on
Domestic Ventilation Systems
To be eligible for this course you must hold
or be taking a formal qualification such as
N/SVQ level 3, or have a number of years
experience in Plumbing, Heating, Electrical
Ventilation installation
with the trainer through the BPEC training manual.
The 2nd is taken up with practical exercises including the
commissioning of a working MVHR system.
At the end of the course, there is an open book multiple
choice assessment that each individual candidate needs
to pass.
What does the course fee
include?
When and where are the
courses run?
The dates are shown on the next page along with
the last registration date to ensure you receive the
course materials in time to prepare. Course timings are
9.30am to 5.00pm on both days. The course is held
at our new BPEC approved training facility at Crawley.
The cost of the course is £395.00 including VAT +
postage.
The course fee includes both days training with lunch,
your personal copy of the training manual which will
be sent in advance of your starting date and your
certification upon successful completion which lasts five
years. Hotel accommodation is not included.
What do I need to do to
register?
If you meet the requirements above then the registration
can be completed on line. Upon registration you will be
emailed confirmation and an order number to retain for
any future correspondence. The manual will also be sent
for you to study before the course starts.
What do I need to bring?
The manual must be bought with you to the training along
with two passport photographs which will be needed for
your registration.
The course will be run over two days:
The 1st day will be theoretical with candidates working
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Suppliers of Unit Ventilation Equipment
Vent-Axia, Crawley, West Sussex
VENT-AXIA CONTACT NUMBERS
Free technical, installation and sales advice is available
Sales Centre:
Domestic & Commercial
Sales Tel:
0844 856 0590
Sales Fax:
01293 565169
Tech Support Tel:
0844 856 0594
Tech Support Fax: 01293 539209
Industrial
Sales Tel:
0844 856 0591
Sales Fax: 01293 534898
Tech Support Tel:
0844 856 0595
Tech Support Fax:
01293 455197
Web:
www.vent-axia.com
Email: sales@vent-axia.com
Supply & Service
All sales made by Vent-Axia Limited are made only upon
the terms of the Company’s Conditions of Sale, a copy
of which may be obtained on request. As part of the
policy of continuous product improvement Vent-Axia
reserves the right to alter specifications without notice.
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