What are ACIs?

An energy inspection of an air conditioning system involves a visual assessment of the air conditioning installation. The inspector will examine the equipment and, air movement systems and controls. Following the inspection, the inspector will provide a report. The primary aim of the inspection is to give building owners and operators information about the performance of their buildings and plant, and to identify opportunities to save energy and cut operating costs.

Having your air-conditioning system inspected by an accredited Air Conditioning Assessor is designed to improve efficiency and reduce the electricity consumption, operating costs and carbon emissions for your system. Energy inspections look to highlight improvements to the operation of your existing systems or opportunities to replace older, less energy efficient systems or oversized systems with new energy efficient systems.

Regular inspection, maintenance and cleaning programmes maintain the ability of the system to provide a healthy and comfortable internal environment for building occupants, limiting the escape of refrigerant gases and ensure all equipment is maintained in safe working order.

The practices and procedures needed to achieve these aims should be applied more frequently than the assessment for energy efficiency (presently set at a maximum of 5 yearly intervals). It is outside the scope of this document to describe such procedures in detail, but an introduction to available professional and industry good practice guidance is included in the CLG document 'Improving the energy efficiency of our buildings - A guide to air-conditioning inspections for buildings.

As the replacement of refrigerant is restricted in older systems (as established under other legislation), there is an additional incentive to improve or replace older systems with more modern energy efficient units. Building owners and managers who control air-conditioning systems have statutory obligations and duties of care in the operation and maintenance of air-conditioning systems. The energy inspections are in addition to the normal activities associated with the ownership and operation of air-conditioning systems.








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