This MVHR Installer course provides installers with the opportunity to learn new skills and increase their scope of work. Enables candidates to install any domestic mechanical ventilation heat recovery system safely and efficiently. Helps understanding MVHR along with heating load and supply air heating. This course also emphasizes the most common systems and configurations that most installers are likely to encounter
Course Outlines of Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery Installer
Air quality, Control of humidity & CO2 levels
Role & Benefits of mechanical ventilation heat recovery
Components of a ventilation unit & system
Design a system for a single-family-house, ductwork planning, silencers, zoning for supply, extract & transfer
Calculation of energy-saving and running costs
Sizing of system, sizing of ducting and dimensions of the airflow rate
Practical demonstrations of component installation
Balancing the system using hood capture anemometer
Commissioning, user guidelines, maintenance, filters, etc
As part of this course, airtightness testing will be covered. Requirements, results and how the building airtightness affects MVHR systems efficiency. A blower door test demonstration is also carried out
The UK capital of London is a city that combines the old and the new. It is as equally famous for the latest fashion and innovation as it is for its impressive heritage. London's attractions range from the Royal Palace to the DIY atmosphere of its markets. It is also a picturesque city of parks and of course, the majestic Thames River. The city extends for miles beyond its ancient core and each neighborhood has its own charming atmosphere for visitors to explore. London also wears its status as a world city proudly and the influence of different cultures is plain to see in the food and fashion of the capital.
Things to do and places to visit in London
With so many attractions in London, anyone can find something to delight them. Art lovers will enjoy the world-renowned museums and galleries, most of which are free. Sports fans are spoilt for choice by the city's array of football clubs. Theatre and music fans have a vast list of venues to visit, whilst shopaholics have Harrods, Oxford Street, Camden and much more to look forward to after arranging flights to London.
Some unmissable London attractions include:
Seeing priceless masterpieces in the Tate Britain or the National Gallery.
Watching the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace.
Visiting Trafalgar Square's famous monument.
Marveling at the Crown Jewels in the Tower of London.
Getting a bird's eye view of the city from the London Eye.
Tasting one of Brick Lane's famous curries.
Browsing the exclusive shops of Knightsbridge.
Visiting a market – Spitalfields for antiques, Camden for clothes or Borough Market for street food.
Admiring design from around the world in the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Looking for clues at the home of fiction's most famous detective, Sherlock Holmes.
Strolling through one of the lovely parks, including Hyde Park, St James' Park or Kew Gardens.
Eating Britain's most famous dish, fish and chips.