Air Conditioning Inspections
A new requirement for the inspection of air conditioning systems has been set by the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD). The requirement is designed to enhance the efficiency of air conditioning systems across the UK, which – in turn – will create savings efficiencies for building owners. Hilsdon Holmes has the expertise to ensure that you meet these regulations successfully.
What are the Regulations Governing Air Conditioning Inspections?
Since January 2009 all Air Conditioning systems over 250kW require a first inspection in order to comply with regulations.
Since January 2011 all Air Conditioning systems over 12kW require a first inspection in order to comply with regulations.
These inspections need to be carried out every 5 years, and the regulations apply to Air Conditioning installations in commercial, residential or public buildings.
As a result of the inspection, a report (AC-Report) and a certificate (AC-Cert) must then be lodged with the landmark Registry. Non-compliance can now result in hefty fines, so it’s important to schedule in your Air Conditioning Inspection as part of your building schedule.
Hilsdon Holmes are CIBSE Accredited Professionals
We have CIBSE (Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers) accredited inspectors as part of our team. In addition to their qualifications, they also bring a wealth of experience in working with complex air conditioning systems.
The Air Conditioning Inspection is mandatory, but at Hilsdon Holmes we try to ensure that our CIBSE inspectors provide you with excellent value for money. They will provide you with bespoke reports containing detailed recommendation with the aim of helping to cut your energy costs and reduce your Co2 emissions.
Air Conditioning Inspections – What Level of Assessment Do I Need?
Hilsdon Holmes can provide assessment for both level 3 and 4 systems.
Level 3 assessments cover unitary, simple and multi split packaged and simple VRF/VRV air conditioning plants, equipment and systems.
Level 4 assessments cover large centralised air conditioning plants, equipment and systems. Our Level 4 assessors are also accredited to inspect and report on packaged air conditioning systems.