MVHR for non-residential buildings

Published:  06 August, 2014

Airflow Developments, ventilation, MVHR, heat recovery

Airflow Developments offers a CIBSE-approved CPD presentation to give specifiers a greater insight into the speciation of mechanical ventilation with heat recovery for non-residential buildings. It explains in detail why ventilation is such an important component in the running of any commercial building.

It looks closely at the various methods of MVHR to enhance air quality and provides examples of applications in classrooms, industrial plants and office space. Legislation is also covered.

The presentation also considers the implications of BREEAM and evaluates the most effective ways of incorporating Passivhaus principles within commercially led specifications.



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