PEATA was formed by industry professionals to educate and support best practice in extraction fan testing. We are the only trade body exclusively supporting professionals like you with training and tools to comply with Part F of the building regulations in the domestic space. Becoming a registered PEATA fan tester will give you the knowledge
Like drainage, hot and cold water supplies, and electrical cable runs, ventilation ductwork benefits from a bit of forethought. Unfortunately ventilation is often left until the last minute - just stick in a cheap extractor fan and a bit of Flexi at the end of the job. Unlike drain runs and hot water, it's not always
The 2010 (revised 2013) version of Part F of the building regulations, details the specifications required for extractor fans in domestic premises. It also specifies when and how to do airflow tests, and that (under most circumstances) a Commissioning Notice is required. A Commissioning Notice, also known as a Part F notice or PEATA Certificate,
So your Building Inspector has called the client, and the client has called you. Where's the Part F Commissioning Notice? Did you do an airflow test? Have you completed the certificate and the form? Flow Rate tests, also known as Part F tests, PEATA Certificates and Airflow Tests, have been a requirement of the Building
Where can I get a free ventilation commissioning certificate? Is that the same as a Part F Commissioning Notice?
So you need a ventilation commissioning certificate. Perhaps an airflow test certificate, or Part F Commissioning Notice. The building inspectors wants one, and the client wants you to make it happen. Luckily, here at PEATA, we try to make your life easier. No-one wants to spend time filling out forms and generating paperwork when they