Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in the Home
By reasonable estimates, the urban population (which means 60% of us) spend 90% of their time indoors.
School Ventilation should be simple
So, why do we overcomplicate it? According to BB101, designers of ventilation for schools need to take account of indoor air quality (pollution, CO₂ levels), thermal comfort (draught, overheating) and noise.
Meeting the standards for ventilation in schools
New ventilation regulations for schools are designed to ensure comfortable temperatures with acceptable indoor air quality.
SAV is J S Wright’s Manufacturer of the Year for fifth year
For the fifth year in a row, SAV Systems is thrilled to have been voted ‘Manufacturer of the Year’ by mechanical and electrical contractor J S Wright.
SAV and Insite launch the UK’s first digital smart metering App for heat networks
SAV Systems and Insite Energy have joined forces to launch KURVE, the market’s first digital smart metering app for heat networks.
London Mayor launches air quality audits for nurseries
Measures by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan to understand the impact of poor air quality on children are being extended to include air quality audits at 20 nursery schools across 12 boroughs in London.
SAV and the changes to BB101 School Ventilation Guidelines
SAV Systems welcomes the changes introduced by the latest edition of BB101, ‘Guidelines on ventilation, thermal comfort and indoor air quality in schools’, noting the improvements to comfort and indoor air quality (IAQ) that will be delivered in a range of school spaces.
Mayor of London calls for better ventilation in schools
Improved ventilation systems are one of the measures proposed by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan to protect school children from the Capital’s polluted air
SAV adds value with new AirMaster AM 150
The new AirMaster AM 150 Smart Mechanical Ventilation unit (SMV) from SAV Systems has been specially designed to provide efficient, draught-free, demand-controlled ventilation in relatively small spaces such as offices with up to 3-4 occupants.
Considering the future of heat networks in the UK
In its recent report ‘Heat Networks in the UK’ the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) has highlighted new opportunities to transform the way we heat homes and buildings.