(Air Conditioning Inspection Reports)

  • Stay legally compliant
  • Improve your systems’ energy efficiency
  • Reduce aircon operating costs
  • Reduce carbon emissions

“Emissions from the cooling sector are set to grow by 90% by 2050” UNEP 2019


Carbonbit will assess your air conditioning and suggest practical improvements.

Having an air conditioning system inspected by an accredited air conditioning energy assessor is designed to improve efficiency, reduce energy consumption, operating costs and the carbon emissions of the system. The energy assessor will highlight improvements to the operation of existing systems or opportunities to replace older, less energy efficient systems or oversized systems with new energy efficient systems.

Inspection, maintenance and cleaning programmes maintain the ability of the system to provide healthy and comfortable environments for building occupants, limiting the escape of refrigerant gases and ensuring the safety of equipment.

Only air conditioning systems with an effective rated output of more than 12kW are affected by the regulations. This will include systems consisting of individual units which are less than 12kW but whose combined effective rated output is more than 12kW.

The purpose of the inspection report is to ensure that the building owner or manager is provided with information regarding the efficiency of the air conditioning systems that they control, together with advice on how to improve the energy efficiency of the system, to identify opportunities to save energy and to reduce operating costs.

The air conditioning inspection report will include at least the following details:

  • the likely efficiency of the system and any suggestions made for improvement
  • any faults identified during the inspection and suggested actions
  • the adequacy of equipment maintenance and any suggestions for improvement
  • the adequacy of the installed controls and control settings and any suggestions made for improvement
  • the current size of the installed system in relation to the cooling load any suggestions for improvement
  • summary of the findings and the key recommendations

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