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Designing Water Efficient Hot & Cold Supplies



Key areas
Course content
Learning outcomes
Course timings
Course fees
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Key Areas

•  Regulations and Standards affecting design
•  Types of distribution systems and storage considerations
•  Water efficiency and water re-use considerations
•  Booster-pump technology
•  Scale reduction considerations and technologies
•  Hot water demand and generation options
•  Pipe material and jointing considerations
•  Simultaneous demand theory
•  Water pressure considerations and pipe sizing techniques
•  Temperature maintenance within hot water supply systems
•  Pipe thermal insulation considerations
•  Valves for isolation, control & safety
•  Pressure testing techniques

Course Content

Over the last decade water efficiency has become mandatory, BS 6700 has been replaced, and there have been significant technological changes affecting the design of domestic water supply systems in commercial and residential buildings. This course provides guidance on the essential design considerations for water and energy efficient systems.

Session 1

  • An overview of how the Building and Water Regulations impact on design, together with an overview of BS EN 806, BS 8558, and other the principal Standards.
  • Water distribution options and water storage sizing.
  • Booster-pump technology, and associated considerations. 

Session 2

  • Scale reduction considerations and technologies
  • Hot water demand and generation options
  • Pipe material and jointing consideration

Session 3

  • Simultaneous demand theory
  • Water pressure considerations and pipe sizing techniques
  • Temperature maintenance within hot water supply systems

Session 4

  • Pipe thermal insulation considerations
  • Valves for isolation, control & safety
  • Pressure testing techniques

Learning Outcomes

•  Plan a water distribution strategy for a building
•  Make design decisions about water efficiency and water re-use measures
•  Plan a booster pump installation
•  Make design decisions about scale reduction measures
•  Select hot water generation strategy & aware of demand assessment methods
•  Explain the benefits and disadvantages of different piping and jointing systems
•  Calculate simultaneous design flow
•  Explain pressure and pipe sizing logic
•  Explain the options for temperature maintenance of hot water pipes
•  Select appropriate thermal insulation for piping
•  Recognise the purpose and features of various valve types
•  Outline the principles of pressure testing

Who Should Sttend

This course would benefit engineers who have little experience of designing domestic hot and cold water services, and would equally suit those already engaged in this subject who feel they need an update on the latest legislation, Standards and technology

Course Timings

Registration and coffee will be at 09.30
Course will start at 10.00 and finish at 17.00

Fees

Members Rate: £336 (£280 ex VAT)

Standard Rate: £372 (£310 ex VAT)
 

Upcoming courses

 

In-house training at your site

Training multiple staff at once is the most cost effective way to develop staff for organisations. All our courses can be delivered at your site (min 6 staff) at discounted rates. These In-House courses are only available in the UK and Europe. For an In-house quote please email; 
Name of course, approximate number of staff and your site address 
E: training@cibse.org
 

To contact the CIBSE Training Team with a query please

Email: training@cibse.org or call: +44 (0)20 8772 3637