CIBSE Heat Networks: Code of Practice in the UK (CP1) 2020 gets #Risycord

The proliferation of Heat networks in commercial/residential premises can address climate change and affordable heat challenges with exemplar design, construction and operational performance critical to enhanced uptake. BSRIA BG29/2020 6th Edition and last months CIBSE CP1 2020 Guidance should be commended in adopting corrosion monitoring as an aspect of such Best Practise to enhance long term resilience and sustainability of such systems.

January 2021 CIBSE Heat Networks: Code of Practice in the UK (CP1) BP6.3a states that regular operating reports minimal requirements can be enhanced by continuous corrosion monitoring and furthermore states electronic corrosion coupon adoption as best practice.

We should all be striving to deliver better outcomes with embracing modern technologies and IOT. Transparency is required as Condition based maintenance will improve Technical Monitoring (TMon) and Commissioning (Cx) in delivering predictive maintenance.

Let’s get you #Risycord soon with one of our CIBSE accredited CPD’s