ductwork

The TightVent Europe Newsletter aims to keep you regularly informed about developments regarding building and ductwork airtightness, including policy issues, publications, events, innovative technologies, case studies, research activities,…   In this issue:  
Post date: 21 Mar 2014
Type: Publication

The TightVent Europe Newsletter aims to keep you regularly informed about developments regarding building and ductwork airtightness, including policy issues, publications, events, innovative technologies, case studies, research activities,…   In this issue:
Post date: 12 Nov 2013
Type: Publication

The TightVent Europe Newsletter aims to keep you regularly informed about developments regarding building and ductwork airtightness, including policy issues, publications, events, innovative technologies, case studies, research activities…   In this issue:  
Post date: 12 Nov 2013
Type: Publication

TightVent Europe Newsletter aims to keep you regularly informed about developments regarding building and ductwork airtightness, including policy issues, publications, events, innovative technologies, case studies, research activities,…
Post date: 30 Jan 2013
Type: Publication

There are a series of airtightness related articles in this special issue: 
Post date: 27 Jan 2013
Type: Publication

Post date: 30 Jun 2012
Type: Publication

TightVent Europe Newsletter aims to keep you regularly informed about developments regarding building and ductwork airtightness, including policy issues, publications, events, innovative technologies, case studies, research activities,…
Post date: 6 Mar 2012
Type: Publication

Post date: 6 Mar 2012
Type: Publication

The current EPBD makes it necessary to plan the air tightness of the building envelope and to design it professionally to achieve the energetic aims or to obtain submitted subsidies. This is especially important for German KfW 55 and 40 buildings, passive houses and nearly zero-energy buildings. With view to the EPBD it is essential that handcrafts, energy consultants, planners and architects are well schooled in this topic.
Post date: 13 Dec 2011
Type: News