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    10 things you didn’t know about commissioning with UVC

    Attend this webinar to understand how an installation should be commissioned and measurements taken to ensure the design criteria are achieved in practice.
    Commisioning with UVC

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    Live on Thursday, Feb 24, 2022

    4:00 PM CET

    Key topics and learnings

     

    With a UVC upper air installation we are disinfecting the air whilst ensure the space is safe to use for occupants. Based on the latest guidelines, the webinar will explain how an installation should be commissioned and measurements taken to ensure the design criteria are achieved in practice.

     

    Learning objectives:

     

    • Why commissioning with UVC is different to Light
    • Ensuring a safe and efficient installation
    • Practical steps to be taken based on experience
    • Following international guidelines

    Presented by

    Mike Simpson

    Mike Simpson

     

     

     

    Mike has been in the lighting profession for over 40 years in a variety of design roles. He has worked with professional institutions in developing lighting guides and codes and presented many papers on lighting technology and its application. He is visiting lecturer on the MSc in Light and Architecture at UCL London, and a past President of the Chartered Institution of Building Service Engineers. In 2016 he was nominated as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. Since 2020 he has been focused on developing calculation and measuring methodologies for UVC installations.

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