Extract Fan Flow Rate Test Part F Oxford

SAP calculations Bournemouth

Building control are now asking for Extract Fan Flow Rate Test Part F  and many will refer to the process as Testing of mechanical air flow rates or extractor fan testing  this statement may be found under Part F of building regulations, however, if you are unsure please contact us or your local building control.

Book your Extract Fan Flow Rate Test Part F   and air tightness test together and we can provide a reduction in price.

Are there minimum rates I need to achieve?

Yes. Depending on the location within the dwelling and the facilities the room has will affect the rate required. For example, a bathroom will have a different target compared to toilet.

What should I do?

Before the Extract Fan Flow Rate Test Part F  please ensure all trickle vents / extract fans and cooker hoods are installed and are working correctly. If the product is faulty this could make testing difficult.

What is the importance of the test?

As builders become comfortable on the requirements of achieving a low air test score it has increased the pressure on ensuring the correctly sized purpose ventilation systems are installed. For example, extracts units are placed within rooms where water vapour or pollutants are released it is important to remove them and stop the spread to the remaining house as long-term impacts could be dampness or mould which both affect a person’s health.

Book your Extract Fan Flow Rate Test Part F   and air test together and we can provide a reduction in price.

Please phone us today for a free quote on 0800 779 7830.