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Simplifying Airtightness in Modular Construction

This CPD covers key design considerations involved in modular construction of all type of buildings. The presentation focuses on the use of the Wraptite® and Fireshield® vapour permeable membranes, and looks at building regulation compliance, strategies to manage the movement of heat, air and moisture in the building envelope, and considers good design and installation practice for air and vapour control membranes.

The presentation also covers fire spread and fire protection methods in façade construction, with a focus on the use of intumescent vapour permeable membranes.

Topics covered in this CPD:

  • Principles of Designs for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA).
  • Balancing heat, air and moisture in modular buildings.
  • WUFI Hygrothermal assessment methods and benefits compared to Glaser method.
  • Methods for offsite installation of membranes in modular construction.
  • Part B Compliance of Façade construction
  • BR135 & Mechanisms of fire spread
  • Benefits of intumescent construction membranes
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Introduction To Construction Membranes

This CPD covers the types and functions of construction membranes which are available today as well as looking at how these functions have developed over time.

The presentation focuses on the use of vapour permeable membranes and vapour control layers in domestic timber frame applications and considers the effect these membrane can have on the overall energy performance and air leakage of the building envelope.

Topics covered in this CPD:

  • Managing the balance of Heat, Air and Moisture Movement in timber frame.
  • Key performance criteria for construction membranes.
  • Specification and installation of vapour permeable (“breather”) membranes in walls.
  • Thermal performance of reflective membranes.
  • Specification and installation of vapour control layers in walls.
  • Use of membranes to control air leakage.
  • Fire resistant construction membranes.
  • Membrane myths and misconceptions.
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Building On Contaminated Land

As you will know there have been some significant legislative changes in regards to how a structure is protected against gas since June 2015. As a company the A Proctor Group has been supplying gas membranes and venting systems since 1995. Due to changes in BS8485:2015 we have substantially updated our CPD offering.

Topics covered in this CPD:

  • What are ground gases and why we protect against them
  • Risk Assessment
  • Installation, Integrity Testing & Validation
  • Legislative changes
  • Design
  • Modelling of Ground Gas Ventilating Systems
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Facade And Highrise Building Design

This presentation discusses technically advanced façade design solutions using the Wraptite® self-adhered vapour permeable air barrier. The use of this system allows reduced air leakage to be achieved more easily, enabling these lower rates to be incorporated in SAP and SBEM calculations at the design stage. This boost to energy performance can enable reductions in building footprint, or allow for switching of insulation types while retaining element depths.

Topics covered in this CPD:

  • Exceeding current airtightness regulations and improving design values
  • Regulation compliance in high rise applications. Complies with use on buildings of high rise and over 18m under Part B amendments made in November 2018, Membranes need to be Class B,s3,d0 or better, with Wraptite at Class B,s1,d0.
  • Less EPDM over complete envelope – limiting calorific values
  • Hygro-thermal Modelling (WUFI) showing the difference of not using a VCL within some constructions benefits the building further.
  • Improving airtightness may allow you to change thickness or type of insulation used when modelled through SAP or SBEM.
  • Balancing Heat, Air and Moisture movement in the building envelope
  • Detail design for junctions and interfaces
  • BBA Certification and independent BRE testing and compliance statements
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Condensation In The Roofspace

This presentation discusses the requirements for breather membranes, air barriers and vapour control layers, looks at the principals of condensation, the effects of condensation, issues of detailing cold pitched roofs i.e. insulation, ventilation and underlay. It also looks at condensation controlling measures and solutions.

Topics covered in this CPD:

  • What is condensation?
  • Pitched roof design considerations
  • BS5250 and BS5534
  • Ventilated and non-ventilated pitched roof constructions
  • Vapour permeable underlay certification
  • Types of vapour permeable membranes and their properties
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Airtight Membrane Systems

This CPD covers the importance of limiting air leakage in buildings with a particular emphasis on the types and functions of construction membranes and their implications on building energy performance. It also provides an overview of relevant legislation and best practice, and discussion of internal and external air barrier solutions.

Topics covered in this CPD:

  • Construction Membranes Types and Functions
  • Airtightness Guidance & Legislation
  • Influence of Airtightness on Energy Performance
  • Effect of Airtightness Compared to Fabric Insulation
  • Locations of Air Barrier Layers
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Spacetherm® - Aerogels In Building Refurbishment

The presentation discusses the basics of thermal insulation in buildings, with a particular emphasis on historical and traditional construction methods. Looking at thermal performance properties of various insulation materials and how they affect the balance of heat, air and moisture movement. It then moves onto the uses of high performance aerogel insulation in a variety of applications.

This is followed by an overview of hygrothermal assessment methodologies and the use of WUFI software for modelling moisture flow in buildings with practical examples of the benefits this can bring to building design.

Topics covered in this CPD:

  • Basics of Thermal Insulation
  • K, R and U Values
  • Insulation Types
  • What Is Aerogel?
  • Hygrothermal Assessments & WUFI
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