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Commissioning Validation

Airtech Premier offer a wide range of hands on testing services providing crucial, unbiased reporting of all mechanical, electrical and public health services. Such services form an essential exercise for consultants, contractors end users particularly when:

Performing due diligence

Furthering design

Providing a performance bench mark


Commonly referred to as MEP validation, these reports focus primarily around 3 key objectives, system condition, compliance and capacity.

Services

Mechanical

Our experienced team of mechanical commissioning engineers diligently record air and water flow rates and pressures to determine system performance against the intended design and available capacity.

Condition reporting is carried out mechanical plant providing evidence as to their condition and anticipated life expectancy.

Microbiological and chemistry water samples to BSRIA specifications can be taken on closed circuit systems to provide evidence as to the condition of pipework and quality of the water treatment regime.

Public Health

To support a proposed design our engineers will verify the locations of waste pipes, and where required our specialist partner contractor can provide a CCTV survey to verify concealed locations and condition.

Domestics

Measuring the temperature of potable outlets will confirm that domestic water outlets are within industry guidelines, pressures may also be recorded to ensure they are satisfactory.

Taking of Legionella samples will prove the system is satisfactory and properly maintained.

Electrical

When seeking to adapt an existing electrical installation, it is imperative that the system is proved to be safe, compliant and has sufficient capacity for the intended works. Typical tasks to satisfy these points are:

Electrical installation condition reports

Verification of record information and maintenance logs

Switch panel inspections

Review of protection strategy

Performance and capacity of support systems

Thermal Imaging

Thermal imaging has a wide range of applications for reviewing condition and performance of building services, including but not limited to:

Non-intrusive electrical inspections

Plant performance

Location of pipework

Locating leaks

Environment performance