Rethinking HVAC specification in residential apartment buildings
The updates to Approved Part L, F, and the introduction of the new Part O, are to be implemented on the 15th of June 2022, with a one-year transitional arrangement for individual buildings ending in June 2023. This update paves the way for the introduction of the Future Homes Standard that is required by 2025, changing the way we specify HVAC solutions in residential apartments.
We offer a range of low carbon HVAC technologies designed to support the drive for more sustainable, and better performing, residential apartments. Our solutions offer you greater flexibility when it comes to meeting requirements for space, aesthetics, and compliance, and have been designed to offer commercial benefits across the design and installation process.
From initial specification to product design and installation training, we offer end-to-end service and support. This also includes bespoke services such as witness testing for project specific fan coil systems.
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Low carbon HVAC technologies for residential apartments:
When it comes to effective HVAC solutions, we know that specification is driven by unique project criteria. Our residential apartment heating, hot water, cooling and ventilation technologies are all fully scalable and flexible to ensure specifiers can deliver low carbon solutions which help meet compliance.
Communal Ambient Networks
Hot water heat pumps
Edel hot water heat pump is a low carbon, energy efficient solution, utilising air source heat pump technology to provide hot water in residential dwellings
We supply purpose designed mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR), mechanical extract ventilation (MEV) and intermittent ventilation (IMV) to maximise the energy performance and improve ventilation strategies in low air permeability developments.
Intelligent HVAC Controls
Our range of intelligent HVAC controls interfaces to remote and centralised control systems, and are capable of networking wirelessly. We give you the tools to enhance occupant comfort and help monitor and manage energy usage in your building.