Guide to Part F of the Building Regulations

Published:  05 May, 2011

Xpelair, ventilation,  Part F, ventilation

Xpelair Ventilation Solutions has pro­duced a guide to provide installers, specifiers and con­tractors the inform­ation they need on Part F of the 2011 Building Regulations and how they affect them.

The guide includes sections on intermittent fans and background ventilators, passive stack ventilation, continuous mechanical extract ventilation and mechanical supply and extract with heat recovery.

The guide also identifies Xpelair products and systems that are best suited to help comply with and exceed legislative requirements.

For more information on this story, click here:  May 2011, 154

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