Virtual CPD & Knowledge Series Programme 2021
1st December 2021
The first December AUE 2021 Virtual CPD & KNOWLEDGE Series on Wednesday 1st focussed on Understanding Water Quality and Total Solutions in a session delivered by Jean Nkuliza and Keith Mileham, both Technical Sales Engineers, Spirotech UK.
Factors affecting water quality is crucial to maintaining system efficiency and maximising the lifespan. This highlights our focus on treating the cause and providing solutions to issues.
7th December 2021
The second AUE 2021 Virtual CPD & KNOWLEDGE Series in December was run by Toshiba focusing on A Guide to Variable Refrigerant Technology.
Michael Kocurek, Regional Specification Manager, Toshiba Air Conditioning UK
This session will cover:
- Detailed understanding of application and design
- Types of equipment available
- The application of VRF systems
- Detailed investigation into the refrigeration cycle
- Awareness of the different support tools for correct equipment selections
- System installation criteria.
As a world leader in electronics, Toshiba is committed to delivering the highest standards of quality and innovation in all of the industries in which the company is a major player. These principles apply to the air conditioning division for which Toshiba continues to develop market leading products suitable for residential and commercial applications.
3rd November 2021
Low carbon, all-electric heating, cooling, hot water and energy recovery with no compromises in a session delivered by Andrew Latus, Regional Sales Manager and AHU product specialist, Klima-Therm.
Klima-Therm has been providing a comprehensive portfolio of HVAC equipment to the building services industry for nearly 40 years, including genuine world-first achievements, all supplied with expert application knowledge and technical back-up. Our products are renowned for being well designed, versatile, highly efficient and competitive. Our wide range includes Heat Pumps, Chillers and AHUs.
17th November 2021
Lighting For Educational Establishments (LG5).
Sonia Pepperell, Product Manager - Commercial, Thorlux Lighting
The SLL guidance for good design to inspire the student and empower the teacher for the lowest capital cost, in an energy efficient way.
Thorlux, a division of F W Thorpe Plc, is well known throughout the world and provides a comprehensive range of professional lighting and control systems.
6th October 2021
Water treatment in commercial heating and DHW systems in a session delivered by Joe Bell, Commercial Sector Manager - East, David Webster, Commercial Sector Manager - Midlands and Russ Walliss, Commercial Sector Manager - South, all of Sentinel.
Joe Bell, Commercial Sector Manager - East
David Webster, Commercial Sector Manager - Midlands
Russ Walliss, Commercial Sector Manager - South
In this session, Sentinel will cover the following;
- Provide an explanation of why water treatment is critical to the health, efficiency and longevity of assets and the associated systems
- Explain the causes of corrosion and how to manage it
- Discuss how to manage limescale
- Talk about the cost of poor water treatment regimes
- Including case studies and illustrations
- Discuss how to get it right
- Reference to appropriate guidelines such as BG29 & BG50
They also covered the following learning objectives, so that after the session you will be able to;
- Identify key reasons for limescale formation and corrosion in Heating, Cooling and DHW systems.
- Mitigate the risks
- Understand water conditioner technologies and their applications in order to make an informed choice
- Conditioner or softener? Information to help you make an informed choice
Sentinel are water treatment experts, with 30+ years’ experience in the sector, helping you clean, protect & maintain heating and hot water systems. Our comprehensive range of products, supported by approachable experts, will help you achieve best practice protection for commercial systems, protecting against limescale, corrosion and accompanying problems which can cause inefficiency or failure.
20th October 2021
Building & Campus Energy Optimisation & Decarbonisation.
Eric Roberts, Business Development Manager
David Ross, ICL Partner Operations Manager
How IES’ innovative digital twin technologies can be used by engineers and estate teams to optimise and decarbonise their university estates
Over the last 25+ years IES has built a solid reputation as the leading global innovator in integrated performance-based analysis for the built environment. Our Digital Twin technology facilitates the creation of resource-efficient, healthy and cost-effective built-environments of any size or purpose – supporting citizens, companies, campuses, communities, cities and even countries.
9th September 2021
The Latest in Energy Efficient Critical Infrastructure for University Buildings, with Vertiv
Russell Bulley - Senior Applications Engineer and Accredited CIBSE CPD Presenter,
Joe Thomas - Area Sales Manager - Thermal Management,
Rob Redmond - Sales Team Leader, AC Power all of Vertiv
Universities are seeing a need for more data-intensive applications, including Big Data and data analytics, as well as large amounts of data processing as they're continuing to offer a more interactive learning experience for students. This CPD will deep dive into the critical IT infrastructure technologies which need to adapt to ensure continued business continuity, connectivity and availability for day to day university operations. We'll be sharing the latest advancements in critical power and cooling technology to combat these challenges to have a robust infrastructure to meet the evolving connectivity and data demands.
As Architects of Continuity™, Vertiv solves the most important challenges facing today’s data centers, communication networks and commercial and industrial facilities with a portfolio of power, cooling and IT infrastructure solutions and services that extends from the cloud to the edge of the network. Our customers’ need for always-on, mission-critical applications is what drives us to constantly innovate for more efficient, reliable, and intelligent IT infrastructure.
21st September 2021
Alex Emms, Operations Director from Kohler, delivered Uninterrupted Power Interpreted.
Alex Emms, Operations Director, Kohler
Would you benefit from knowing more about uninterruptible power supply systems and how they are developing? Learn what questions to ask, what information to have ready and what to look out for in the future.
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Kohler Uninterruptible Power, part of the global Kohler Co. Power Group, are a leading provider of power protection solutions and services. Our product portfolio includes single and three-phase uninterruptible power supplies from 1 kVA to 5 MVA, emergency lighting static inverters, battery banks, and standby diesel generators. We are also renowned for our exceptional pre- and post-sales support. Our service offering includes site audits, preventative maintenance visits, 24/7 emergency on-site support, battery and remote monitoring packages.
04 August 2021
Connected Compliance with ZetaSafe
by Andrew Lewis - Associate Commercial Director, Becky Allen - Client Manager &
Ian Johnson - CAFM Product Manager
ZetaSafe enables you to efficiently collect, manage and share critical compliance data, helping you to meet obligations and keep your people and buildings safe and secure. Benefits include:
Peace of mind via audit trail and visible reassurance of monitoring
Real-time visibility of data, KPIs and trends, auto escalation of non-compliances
Manage Water Hygiene, Legionella, Fire Safety (RRO Fire Safety 2005) and Emergency Lighting and any compliance checks.
07 July 2021
By John Treble, Founder and Client Services Director, The Green Consultancy and George Barnes, Energy and Sustainability Consultant, Owen Jones, Senior Energy Consultant and Simon Matthews, Principal Energy Consultant all of JRP Solutions. These speakers will provide a practical guide to developing and implementing a decarbonisation plan, tackling Scope 3 and an introduction to supply chain mapping.
02 June 2021
By Garry Metcalfe, CEO and Chris Butchart, CEO, both of Invida
Backlog maintenance is not an exciting topic. However, with the Physical Estate under unprecedented scrutiny, we need to make this topic more exciting, to learn from other sectors, change the narrative, and gain access to funds vital to tackling backlog maintenance. This session will examine why Backlog Maintenance continues to be such a challenge, but importantly provide some guidance to help address the issue.
05 May 2021
By Kirsty Aldridge, National Sales Manager - Menerga, Systemair Ltd
This session will focus on Hygienic Air Handling Units and their relevance in University buildings. It will explore key elements of hygienic by design AHUs and what to look for when bringing outside air into teaching spaces and laboratories.
07 April 2021
by James Cooper, Business Development Manager - Heat Pumps, Lochinvar Ltd.
This session will focus on Commercial Heat Pump Applications for Existing Heating and Hot Water Systems.
Recording of Session 3
03 March 2021
by Neil Fright, CEO and Glyn Lee, Key Energy Account Manager, both of Carbon Numbers Ltd.
This session will focus on BEMS - Cloud, Carbon and Costs, and more specifically on getting the most from your existing system. It will also explore ways to reduce costs, improve performance and access Salix.
03 February 2021
by Erika Wilson, Managing Director of Wilson Power Solutions
Main contents will include:
- Introduction to transformer losses and core materials
- The transition from Tier 1 to Tier 2 EU Ecodesign Regulation for transformer losses (everything about the regulation, from deadlines, loss comparison, exceptions, etc.)
- Financial feasibility, energy and carbon paybacks of Ultra Low Loss transformers
- Funding opportunities for universities
- Case studies of transformer replacements