The 1st Call Surveys Energy Assessor will examine the refrigeration and air movement equipment that are part of the premises air conditioning systems and their controls. They will also examine any documentation that helps to understand the systems, or indicates the extent to which the systems have been maintained.
Our Energy Assessor is also required to estimate whether the system is suitably sized for the cooling loads in the treated spaces, and to provide advice on ways in which the performance of the system might be improved.
Access will be required to equipment that may be located in plant rooms, or outside the building, including rooftops or other locations with limited provision for access.
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER A TM44 INSPECTION?
Once the Air Conditioning Energy Assessor has completed the TM44 Inspection, our client, depending on the type of air conditioning equipment, will receive a Level 3 or Level 4 TM44 Air Conditioning Report & Certificate which has been lodged on the Landmark Registry. The report will highlight measures which will have the potential to save energy and money for your premises or organisation.
TM44 Air Conditioning Inspection reports remain valid for five years, after which the air conditioning system will require another TM44 Inspection carried out.