This seminar outlines the process of selecting and sizing louvres, with emphasis on their performance within the overall building envelope.
- Selecting a louvre
- How louvres work
- Testing and classification of louvres
- Where to install a louvre
- Understanding performance data to select louvres effectively
- Sizing of louvres and risks
- Functions of the building envelope
This seminar has been accredited by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE). The seminar has been recognised for its significant technical merit in identifying the importance of understanding the entire building envelope. It is aimed at engineers, architects, contractors, local authorities and anyone who has the ability to influence the design, layout and provision of safe and comfortable indoor environments.
The louvre is an integral part of any ventilation strategy, particularly when it is required for smoke ventilation. It demands careful selection and; therefore, it is vital that building engineers understand how to select the right product.
This seminar will ensure that building designers are educated in selecting the right product to use in the right place, from the beginning of a project.
The ’Hole’ Truth will also provide attendees with an understanding of performance data and using it to aid the selection process of a louvre.