Jaga UK has launched its third new CPD seminar for 2022 entitled – “Emitters: Considerations for Low Flow Temperature Heating”.
This latest CPD seminar which has been fully accredited by both CIBSE and RIBA, has been created in response to England’s building regulations uplift which came into force this June, stipulating that all new and replacement wet space heating systems in domestic and non-domestic buildings must be designed with a maximum flow temperature requirement of 55°C – an important factor for system efficiency.
But low temperature heating is not a new area of focus for Jaga. The environmentally minded company has been designing and manufacturing energy-efficient climate convectors for pairing with renewable energy systems for many years and has long championed heat pump technology.
Jaga’s heat pump compatible hybrid convector is simply a natural convector with small thermal activators sitting on top of the heat exchanger – this technology is called Dynamic Boost Hybrid (DBH).The activators (small fans) increase the airflow across the heat exchanger and can increase heat output by up to 300 percent. This means the physical size of the unit can be smaller than natural convectors and much smaller than steel panel radiators.As well as powerful heating, the hybrid convector can also provide light cooling (non-condensing) with any heat pump that can supply cooled water – a completely unique function designed by Jaga in response to increasing demand for cooling technology.
In this new CPD seminar, Jaga’s technical experts talk you through the building regulations updates for maximum flow temperature, heat pump technology, the various emitter options and sizing for low flow temperature systems and how to achieve optimum system efficiency by selecting the right emitters.
Jaga UK’s, Managing Director, Phil Mangnall said:
“This latest CPD is designed to help engineers, architects and installers understand the importance of designing heating systems with the lowest water flow temperature possible. A significant factor for heat pump efficiency is water flow temperature, the lower the temperature the higher the coefficient of performance (COP).
It’s a common misconception that when working with lower flow temperatures, you must opt for overly large steel panel radiators or underfloor heating, but that simply isn’t the case. There are compact, sleek, and highly efficient emitter options that are proven to be very economical with heat pump and renewable energy technology. So, we hope this seminar will equip the industry with the knowledge they need to select the right emitters for the most efficient low carbon heating system.”
GET IN TOUCH
To book an in-person or Teams seminar for you and your colleagues, simply complete Jaga’s short online form at jaga.co.uk/contact/cpd or email firstname.lastname@example.org and Jaga’s CPD coordinator will be in touch to arrange a date and time that works for you.
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