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The inspections were introduced in 2009 and an accompanying Air Conditioning Inspection report will highlight areas where operational improvements can be made to air conditioning systems. Often the savings identified will cover the cost of the inspection.
All air conditioning systems with a combined cooling capacity greater than 12kW are required to have a valid Air Conditioning Inspection report and a certificate in place, with financial penalties present for non-compliance. Inspections for systems above 250kW have been compulsory since January 2009 and systems 12kW – 250kW since January 2011.
An inspection can only be undertaken by an accredited Air Conditioning Inspector and must be carried out at least once every five years.
Air Conditioning Inspections are often referred to as ‘TM44 Air Conditioning Inspections’ or a ‘TM44 Inspection’. CIBSE TM44 is in fact the guidance used for all Air Conditioning (AC) Inspections conducted in the UK.
Utilitywise is a leading provider of services in energy and carbon management. We have unrivalled experience in delivering Air Conditioning Inspections and work with a variety of organisations to help ensure compliance with the EPBD and improve energy efficiency for both them and/or their customers.
We offer a comprehensive AC Inspection service in line with the TM44 methodology. An on-site inspection will be undertaken by an experienced and accredited Air Conditioning Inspector, who will then prepare an AC Inspection Report and Certificate.
The on-site air conditioning inspection will typically include:
The aim of the inspection is to encourage improvements in energy efficiency.
The Utilitywise Air Conditioning (AC) Inspection service will provide you with:
9am – 5pm Monday to Friday
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“We chose Utilitywise to undertake our Air Conditioning Inspections as they are experienced energy professionals.
“Our AC inspector hit the ground running, relieving a lot of the aggravation associated with the process. He liaised directly with each site FM, and produced honest and accurate reports in a timely, professional manner – a great service from start to finish.”
National Energy and Environmental Manager,O2