Air Con Certification

Currently, any building in which air conditioning is installed that has a total cooling capacity in excess of 12 kilowatts (kW), must be energy assessed. That's the total of all the equipment not just when one system is over 12 kW. An air conditioning energy inspection (ACEI) or TM44 report as it is also known, results in the issue of a certificate which is valid for five years at which point a further assessment would be required.

The primary aim of an air conditioning energy assessment (ACEA) is to give building owners and operators information about the performance of buildings and their plant, and to identify opportunities to save energy and cut operating costs.

We work with companies of all sizes in undertaking these assessments. We also assist independent air conditioning contractors to devise strategies so that we can assess hundreds of premises operated by major corporate clients, which ensures compliance with the legislation. Further, we assess premises of those ranging from simple split-systems (level 3) to those with the larger air handling units (level 4).

In particular, we work with companies that are accredited or are seeking accreditation to ISO 14001 (environmental management) as it is critical that their air conditioning equipment is assessed prior to the ISO accreditation team visiting their premises.

We undertake air conditioning assessments under through our sister company. More details about what is required can be found at or ring Richard Johnson on 07814 889308

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