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CPD best practice guide on building ventilation published

Mitsubishi Electric has released a new CPD-Accredited guide to Part F of the UK’s Building Regulations. The free guide gives readers the latest up-to-date information about regulation changes to building ventilation.

The detailed information guide looks at the various types of ventilation systems available which help remove moist and stale air from homes and offices in order to prevent the build-up of damp, mould and the associated illnesses that can arise. A section of the 2010 Updates to Part F focuses on the long term sustainability of mechanical ventilation, so the guide looks at the long term suitability, effectiveness and efficiency of powered ventilation systems.

The current trend towards ventilation systems with heat recovery capabilities is also discussed with the basics of the technology explained. In general terms if heated air is exhausted from a building in winter, then the system allows some of the heat to transfer to the cold air being brought from outside before it is sent around the building’s ventilation ducts. This technology can also work in reverse in the summer and as a result the building costs less to heat and cool.

To request a copy of the free CPD guide send an email to heating@meuk.mee.com or visit www.livingenvironmentalsystems.mitsubishielectric.co.uk