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  1. Air Conditioning Inspections – Are you ready? • Building owners or managers who operate air conditioning systems have a statutory obligation and duty of care under the 2003 European Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) in respect of the operation and maintenance of their AC system. • The Directive requires all air conditioning systems (domestic, commercial and public) to be checked by an accredited Energy Assessor with the aim of improving efficiency and reducing electricity consumption, operating costs and carbon emissions. • This is known as an air conditioning inspectionor assessment. Visit us to know more about Air Conditioning Inspections http://www.nemco-utilities.co.uk/air-conditioning-inspections-77.html

  2. Air Conditioning Inspections – Nemco Utilities Risk Assessment Process Involve Systems with a total effective rated output greater than 250Kw must be inspected immediately (the deadline for compliance was January 2009) and those with a total effective rated output greater than 12Kw must be inspected by 4th January 2011 (a single average cartridge AC unit = 5Kw). Local Authority trading standards officers are responsible for enforcing the requirements and they have the authority to issue fixed penalty charge notices for non-compliance (currently £300). Visit us to know more about Air Conditioning Inspections http://www.nemco-utilities.co.uk/air-conditioning-inspections-77.html

  3. Air Conditioning Inspections – Nemco Utilities The air conditioning inspection and resulting report must be CLG (Communities and Local Government) and CIBSE TM44 compliant and undertaken every 5 years. Reports should be uploaded to the Governments ‘Landmark’ database. Nemco offer a comprehensive service designed to meet the new requirements for air conditioning inspection with a panel of approved assessors operating UK wide. Visit us to know more about Air Conditioning Inspections http://www.nemco-utilities.co.uk/air-conditioning-inspections-77.html

  4. Air Conditioning Inspections – Nemco Utilities • The report will concentrate on: • The potential for reducing energy consumption • Identification of inefficient plant • Recommendations for simple and low cost system modifications • Assessment of current cleaning and maintenance regimes • Evaluation of user operation • Major system and controls defects Visit us to know more about Air Conditioning Inspections http://www.nemco-utilities.co.uk/air-conditioning-inspections-77.html

  5. Air Conditioning Inspections – Nemco Utilities The findings of the assessment may include recommendations and measure that could be taken to improve the efficiency of the system, such as improvements to the maintenance regime, operational changes or component / total system replacement. Often the implementation of the recommended actions results in a reduction in electricity consumption, operating costs and carbon emissions as well as an improvement of the energy rating for the building (as calculated for an Energy Performance Certificate or Display Energy Certificate). Visit us to know more about Air Conditioning Inspections http://www.nemco-utilities.co.uk/air-conditioning-inspections-77.html

  6. Air Conditioning Inspections – Nemco Utilities • There are several potential benefits to the air conditioning operator in completing a statutory air conditioning inspection: • Compliance at Local Authority inspections and avoidance of fines • ISO14001 / other environmental standards compliance • Improved energy rating for the building • Reduced energy bills • Certification will be required for property sale / transfer in the future • The ‘responsible person’ is duty bound to arrange for the air conditioning inspection to be carried out and they are defined as the individual who controls the technical functioning of the AC system (rather than a user who may alter the temperature). Visit us to know more about Air Conditioning Inspections http://www.nemco-utilities.co.uk/air-conditioning-inspections-77.html

  7. Nemco Utilities Limited • Nemco Utilities Ltd 12 Kempson WayHillside Business Park Bury St Edmunds Suffolk IP32 7EA Telephone: 01284 724503 Fax No.: 01284 724826 • E-Mail • info@nemco-utilities.co.uk • sales@nemco-utilities.co.uk • accounts@nemco-utilities.co.uk Visit us to know more about Air Conditioning Inspections http://www.nemco-utilities.co.uk/air-conditioning-inspections-77.html