SAP is the Government's Standard Assessment Procedure for Energy Rating of Dwellings. SAP 2009 is adopted by government as part of the UK national methodology for calculation of the energy performance of buildings. It is used to demonstrate compliance with building regulations for dwellings - Part L (England and Wales), Section 6 (Scotland) and Part F (Northern Ireland) - and to provide energy ratings for dwellings.
Appendix Q of SAP is the route through which information, including, but not limited to product performance data, is made available to energy performance assessors that was not available when SAP was published. It is also the means by which test and calculation methodologies can be agreed that can be used to measure product performance, and when and how that performance can be treated in SAP.
WWHRS scores within ENE1 - Dwelling Emmission Rate
In fact a Waste Water Heat Recovery System attached to a shower is actually one of, if not the best £ for point product within SAP.
Scores can vary depending on house type and build, but you can be sure of achieving between 3% & 9% (commonly around 5 to 6%) for an incredibly low product and install cost.
Each house type is different, but WWHRS can be modelled effectively using the following information:
SAP Assessors will be able to model our products by using the usual SAP software. Please refer to Table 351.
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All our products have been through this process and have been uploaded to the SAP 2009 PCDB. This is great news for for house builders, developers, housing associations, councils or any organisation seeking to achieve high SAP points for minimal investment.
As our Waste Water Heat Recovery Systems for Showers cover a multitude of applications, we will always have a solution for your your project. Be it houses, apartments, leisure clubs, hotels or student accommodation, you can be sure of high efficiencies, validation, accreditation, quality and support.