Given sufficient notice, SAV Systems can help to consolidate understanding of its’ main product areas through a series of Powerpoint presentations. The CPD Seminars are offered for groups of up to 15, either at SAV Systems’ offices in Woking, Surrey, or at consultants’ offices anywhere in the UK.
There is CIBSE accreditation of SAV’s main seminars, which means that attendees can put all seminar time towards their Continuous Professional Development obligations. SAV Systems Seminars are designed to cover:
The SAV AirMaster CPD Course is designed to explain the concepts underlying the successful application of direct controlled ventilation. Although DCV appears straightforward at first sight, there are a number of issues which must be addressed at outset to ensure each DCV installation delivers on all the potential benefit it is capable of. Attendees will be in a position to identify sites which are well-suited to DCV, and select the combination of equipment best able to develop that potential.
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LoadTracker CHP Seminar
Each SAV Systems LoadTracker CHP Seminar provides a thorough introduction to Combined Heat and Power systems, and examines the issues raised when introducing Cogeneration (CHP) to several different types of project. Attention will be given to the carbon reduction (and cost savings) to be expected from LoadTracker CHP, how to match Combined Heat & Power to site demand profiles, how to get the maximum running time (and cost savings) from CHP, and how best to incorporate Combined Heat and Power into DHW and Heating systems.
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Danfoss FlatStations (HIUs) Seminar
The starting point to this CPD seminar is to ensure a solid understanding of the principles of district heating. SAV will present FlatStation HIUs from the standpoint of experience gained from several hundred successful district heating projects. Issues to be covered include variable flow systems for saving energy, guidelines for centralised boiler capacity and buffer storage, the application of coincidence factors to secure plant cost reductions, and the incorporation of energy and water meters in FlatStation Heat Interface Units.
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HVAC Modules Seminar
Covers the development of well-designed solutions for use in HVAC systems. Improvements in flow control have enabled reductions in system energy usage, simplification of commissioning and better response times. The seminar provides an update on all of these elements of HVAC Systems, and more. Initial focus will be on issues raised by the recent BSRIA Design Guide “Energy Efficient Pumping Systems” released by The Building Services Research and Information Association, and includes the key features of variable flow systems, techniques for compliance with CIBSE Commissioning Code W and solutions for flow distribution to FCUs and AHUs.
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Lean Heat Network Design 60/30 Seminar
It is increasingly recognized that lowering system temperatures in heat networks is fundamental to achieve lean heat networks. With the issue of CIBSE/ADE CP1:2015, “achieving low heat network heat losses” and “achieving consistently low return temperatures and keeping flow temperatures low” have been highlighted as key goals in their own right in order to raise standards for heat supply in the UK.
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Low Carbon 70/40 Seminar
CIBSE Guide AM 12: 2013 leaves no doubt about the importance of return temperatures. The 70/40 Seminar discusses the implications of this key variable on system design. It clarifies how major cost savings can be made in terms of capital plant and energy usage.
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