Did you know we carryout TM44 inspections?
What is a TM44 inspection?
A TM44 inspection, or survey, is an assessment of a buildings air conditioning systems. Their primary purpose was to help businesses improve the efficiency of their buildings. More specifically, reducing energy consumption, carbon emissions and operating costs. All typical issues associated with air conditioning.
They are required for all buildings where the air conditioning systems combined output is equal to 12kW or more.
A TM44 survey is a legal requirement. It must be completed by an independent, accredited assessor. A copy of the certificate and report must be kept on site.
Compliance with the regulation is enforced by local trading standards authorities. Failure to produce a valid certificate upon request is an offence that could result in monetary fines. These are repeatable until an inspection has taken place and a valid certificate is issued.
Our air conditioning inspections will help you avoid costly penalties.
The penalty for failing to having an air conditioning inspection report is fixed at £300 and are a legal requirement under The Energy Performance of Buildings (Certificates and Inspections (England and Wales) Regulations. Trading Standards will enforce the penalty per building that are repeatable at Trading Standards discretion.
The benefit of air conditioning inspections
The Inspection is designed to improve the efficiency, energy consumption, operating costs and carbon emissions of the air conditioning systems installed in your building.
Your air conditioning inspection report will include the following information:
- Executive summary and key recommendations.
- The efficiency of the system and suggestions for improvement.
- Any faults identified during the inspection and suggested actions.
- The adequacy of equipment maintenance and any suggestions for improvement.
- The adequacy of the installed controls and control settings and any suggestions made for improvement.
- The size of the installed system in relation to the cooling loads and any suggestions for improvement.