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TightVent Europe newsletter issue #08 - May 2015

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The March QUALICHeCK workshop in Lund—co-organised with TightVent—was a good occasion to witness the progress made in the Member States to foster better envelope and ductwork airtightness and better ventilation system performance. Regulation is clearly the strongest driver, and gets even stronger with converging private initiatives; however, the successful Swedish experience with airtight ductwork and quality ventilation systems shows that it is not the only route to consider. The workshop also discussed the roles of research, standards, product development, dissemination, and policies to positively influence the ventilation and airtightness markets. This newsletter aims to gives snapshots of recent initiatives in these fields. 

 

Contents include: 

 

  • Foreword
  • September 23-24, 2015: 36th AIVC conference, Madrid, Spain
  • QUALICHeCK FACT SHEET: “Building regulations can foster quality management — the French example on building airtightness”
  • March 16-17, 2015: QUALICHeCK workshop, Lund, Sweden
  • New BPIE report on “Indoor Air Quality, Thermal Comfort and Daylight”
  • Outcomes of the 35th AIVC & 4th TightVent conference in Poznan: Summary of the airtightness track
  • September 12-14, 2016: 37th AIVC – ASHRAE – IAQ joint conference Alexandria, VA, USA
  • Certified Air Tightness Tester Scheme NSAI in Ireland
  • Product news from our partners
  • May 8-9, 2015: 9th International BUILDAIR Symposium, Kassel, Germany
  • Airtightness testing requirements for Passive House and EnerPHit certification guide
  • Join us in TightVent Europe
  • Events calendar 

 

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 etc.

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