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Ductwork airtightness measurements: protocols

Energy, Environment and Climate - Webinars
Date: Thursday, 25 April 2019 10:00 - 11:30

Venue: Online Event

Various studies have shown that ductwork leakage has a major impact on energy use (i.e. increased fan energy use, heating & cooling losses etc.). However, in most European countries, it is not common to perform ductwork airtightness tests, which is probably due to the lack of awareness on the consequences of ductwork leakage. As follows, ductwork airtightness is not properly taken into account in most Energy Performance Regulations and Calculations.

The protocol to perform ductwork airtightness tests is also an issue for stakeholders who want to promote ductwork airtightness in a regulatory context. Various European standards deal with ductwork airtightness but none of them fully describes the protocol to perform the test. As a result, some countries have developed their own protocols.

The objective of this webinar is to present existing European standards & protocols for ductwork airtightness tests and compare the different approaches.

This webinar is organised with the support of TightVent Europe (www.tightvent.eu)  and  AIVC  (www.aivc.org).  Both initiatives are facilitated by INIVE (www.inive.org).

Presentations and speakers:

-On site ductwork airtightness tests in standardization (revision of EN 12599), Frank Bitter, Convenor of CEN/TC156 WG8, WSPLab, Germany

-Ductwork airtightness tests in France: the FD 51-767, Laurent Bonnière, Air-efficience, France

-Ductwork airtightness tests in UK: The DW 143, Peter Rogers, Chairman of BESA ventilation group technical committee, UK

-Ductwork airtightness tests in Sweden: AMA VVS & Kyl, Erik Osterlund, Chairman of the national Swedish standardization committee for ventilation, Sweden

 

 

Registration

Participation to the webinar is free but requires registration

 

 

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  • Thursday, 25 April 2019 10:00 - 11:30

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