Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
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During normal office hours Mon-Fri.
Travel and milage charges may apply.
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Free Site-Surveys & Estimates, Competitive Rates.
C&G: Qualified Engineer with over 25 years in the industry.
CITB: F-GAS Registerd, Refrigerant Handler (as required by Law 1st July 2011)
C&G and CITB Qualified Refrigerant Handler.
ECTIB National safety group: Safety Passport Holder
PASMA BS/BN Standard: Scaffold Tower Competence Certificate
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Fish shops & Fish markets, Dairys & Farms
Police Stations, Solicitors, and Dental surgeries.
Retail & Leisure outlets, Offices, IT Suites & Server rooms.
Swimming Pool - heat pumps.
Vehicle Air Con – recharged
As your Building got Air Conditioning of 12Kw or More ?
Compulsory Air Conditioning Inspections
Legislation has been introduced in response to the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD). This legislation requires air conditioning systems larger than 12kw in capacity to be inspected and their efficiency assessed.
Compulsory Air Conditioning Inspections - What You Need To Do
You will find below details of the new air conditioning inspection requirements, and how it will be implemented – and what you need to do.
When must I have my Air Conditioning Inspected?
Air conditioning systems rated greater than 250kw should already have been inspected by an Accredited Inspector before 9th January 2009.
The new regulations require air conditioning systems over 12kw to have been inspected by 4th January 2011. However, if the system was put into service after 1st January 2008, then the 1st inspection must be undertaken within 5 years of that date and then every 5 years thereafter.
Why do I need to get my air conditioning systems inspected?
The European Union made commitments under the Kyoto Protocol to reduce carbon emissions and the EPBD will help the EU to meet its climate change objectives.
Buildings are major consumers of energy & are responsible for around 40% of the energy consumption in the
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