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TM44 Inspections

Legal Compliance

TM44 inspections are required by law for any site, retail, commercial or industrial, that has 12kW combined of cooling or more on site. 12kW is the equivalent of one twin fan condenser or two or more single fan condensers.

Energy Saving

The purpose of an inspection is to ensure that systems are being maintained, used and controlled appropriately for the environment in which they operate and that they are being used with efficiency in mind not just comfort heating and cooling.

Intelligent HVAC Management

When we provide our inspections we include advice and recommendations on a multitude of space conditioning, energy efficiency and building management options. Our aim is to maximise the benefits and give advice on cost savings.

Future Proofing

If there is a better, cheaper and more efficient way of heating and cooling spaces we will let you know on the day. Air Conditioning costs a lot of money to use and to maintain, so if we can provide a better option then we will.

Who needs an inspection?

The Energy Performance of Buildings Regulations 2007 introduced a legal obligation, TM44 Air Conditioning Inspections, on any person or persons who control or manage the operation of an air conditioning system to ensure the system is inspected by the 4th January 2009 for 250kW and larger systems and by the 4th January 2011 for systems between 12kW and 250kW.

To date we have completed over 1800 TM44 air conditioning inspections for clients in the retail, engineering, banking, education and service sectors across the whole of the UK.

 

This means that every installation in England and Wales over 12kW must now have an inspection certificate and report in place (with the exception of systems installed after January 2008 which must be inspected within 5 years). The next round of renewals will be due in January 2016 so call to book our TM44 assessor as soon as possible to ensure you get this renewed on time.

 

Covid19 assessments are now required as part of any assessment of HVAC control and use. The importance of ensuring increased natural air flow and increased air changes is paramount. Whilst conducting TM44’s we will also provide additional guidance on Covid19 control.

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Who regulates this requirement?

Trading Standards, it is the duty of every local weights and measures authority to enforce the air-conditioning inspection duties in its area.  Powers of regulators:  They have power to require a person to produce within seven days an air-conditioning inspection report for inspection, up to six months from when that person was subject to a duty in relation to that document.  The penalties:  For failure to have an air-conditioning inspection, or retain or pass on the inspection report, the penalty will be £300.00. For failure to produce a document to an authorised officer when required to do so the penalty is £200.00. The minimum fine you would expect is £300.00 The receipt of a penalty charge notice does not remove the need to comply,  You will most likely be repeatedly fined until you can produce your air conditioning inspection report.  The fine relates to per site, if you own or are responsible for several sites, you will receive a fine for each individual infringement. If you do not pay the penalty charge, or you do not pay it following an unsuccessful review or appeal, then the amount will be recovered as a debt through the County Court.

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Why choose us?

PE Energy has carried out over 1,850 TM44 inspections since 2014 for clients such as Cooperative Food, Motor Fuel Group, Yorkshire Bank, Coventry Building Society, The Post Office, Greggs and many many more.

Our experience is industry leading and we provide additional guidance onCovid19 impacts with HVAC as well as general energy efficiency recommendations in commercial, industrial and government properties.

All inspectors are fully accredited and are quality assessed by certified accreditation bodies.

Have a question of your own to ask us? then give us a call or email us.