Webinar: Simplifying Airtightness in Modular Construction
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Webinar: Simplifying Airtightness in Modular Construction

 Export to Your Calendar 23/07/2020
When: Thursday 23rd July 2020
12:00 PM
Where: United Kingdom
Contact: Jordan Sutton
01604 435 241

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This Webinar provided by Mark Lambourn of Proctor Group covers key design considerations involved in modular construction of all type of buildings. The presentation focuses on the use of the Wraptite and Fireshield vapour permeable membranes, and looks at building regulation compliance, strategies to manage the movement of hear, air and moisture in the building envelope, and considers good design and installation practice for air and vapour control membranes. 

The presentation also covers fire spread and fire protection methods in façade construction, with a focus on the use of intumescent vapour permeable membranes.

Topics covered:

  • Principles of Designs for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA)
  • Balancing hear, air and moisture in modular buildings
  • WUFI Hygrothermal assessment methods and benefits compared to Glaser method
  • Methods for offsite installation of membranes in modular construction
  • Part B Compliance of façade construction
  • BRI 35 & Mechanisms of fire spread
  • Benefits of intumescent construction membranes

CPD: 1 hour

Please note: In order to receive your CPD certificate you will need to give permission for your email address to be passed over to Proctor Group

How to register

If you would like to register for this Webinar please contact Jordan Sutton using the contact details provided above.

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