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Xtratherm UK Ltd

Xtratherm manufacture high performance rigid PIR and Phenolic insulation products with innovative jointing systems for improved thermal bridging, giving practical, affordable solutions to achieving zero carbon fabric performance.

Contact information

Xtratherm UK Ltd
Park Road
Holmewood Enterprise Park
Chesterfield
Derbyshire
S42 5UY
United Kingdom

www.xtratherm.com

CPD booking contact


Mr Danny Kearney
danny.kearney@xtratherm.com
Tel: +44 (0)371 222 1033

Approved CPD materials


Building Fabric Performance - Energy Efficiency Standard (FEES) for the Code for Sustainable Homes and Towards Zero Carbon
Type: Seminar
The drive toward ever more energy efficient buildings, whether in domestic or commercial, relies heavily on providing a well insulated building fabric. This presentation, the second on the Code for Sustainable Homes looks at fabric performance to achieve Code 3 and above:
  • The introduction of the Code for Sustainable Homes (CSH), and Part L revision
  • CSH-the points system and where they are collected
  • Fabric performance-the priority category
  • Fabric performance-compliance target U-values
  • Compliance example specification
Building Regulations Part L 2010 - Technical Briefing Note
Type: Literature
The Government has updated Part L of the Building Regulations. The update is intended to improve the energy efficiency of new buildings by approximately 25%, improve the correlation between the predicted and actual performance of new buildings, continue along the path towards zerocarbon new buildings within the next decade and to promote improvement of the existing building stock Guidance appears in four new editions of the Part L Approved Documents, which will come into force on 1 October 2010:
  • Approved Document L1A
  • New Dwellings
  • Approved Document L1B
  • Existing Dwellings
  • Approved Document L2A
  • New Buildings Other than Dwellings
  • Approved Document L2B
  • Existing Buildings Other than Dwellings

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