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TM44 Air Conditioning Inspection


Building Inspection and Energy Performance in Buildings Directive (EPBD)

As part of the UK's response to the EPBD, most air- conditioning systems will need a TM44 air conditioning inspection at regular intervals, every 5 years, and an Inspection Report issued.

The inspection and reporting method will be in accordance with TM44: 2012. This may be a simple procedure for packaged cooling systems or a full reporting procedure for more complex air – conditioning systems.

Surveyed & Inspected

An a/c system consisting of the refrigeration equipment, air movement systems and their controls will be surveyed and all relevant documentation such as manuals, drawings, maintenance records, commissioning data and control strategies will be inspected.

We will then assess whether the system is suitably sized for the cooling loads in the treated spaces and the overall effectiveness of the system.

The report will conclude with observations and recommendations on energy-saving opportunities.

Accredited Energy Assessors

Air Conditioning Inspections will need to be undertaken by accredited Energy Assessors who are registered with an approved Accrediation Body, such as BESCA (Building Engineering Services Competance Accreditation Ltd).

In order to support our customers we have invested in the necessary training and accreditation to enable us to carry out these inspections. If you require any further information or wish us to undertake an inspection of your air conditioning systems please contact any of our Service Centres who will be pleased to arrange for our inspector to contact you.

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