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Total Fabric Heat Loss with units W/K, measures energy loss from a building as a function of temperature difference.

In typical scenarios we expect to detect 10-15% deviation in heat loss.

Our highly intelligent platform does all the hard work for you, after ourthree day training course you will have gained all the skills you need to carry out the Veritherm testing.

No, once the test kit has been deployed it can be controlled and monitored remotely from our smart platform.

No, Veritherm can be used to test both new and existing buildings.

Domestic properties and other small commercial buildings.

Yes, the building must be unoccupied for the duration of the test, max twelve hours.Yes, the building must be unoccupied for the duration of the test, max twelve hours.

No, the building can be furnished if there is enough floorspace for equipment.

The test is not restricted to winter months.A minimum temperature difference of 10°C is required between inside and outside. A temperature difference of 20°Cwill give maximum sensitivity in measurement.

To avoid the effects of solar heating.

Test results are immediately published by the platform once the test is completed and test report is shared digitally.

Your Approved Veritherm Tester will advise on the best course of action.

An air pressure test allows you to understand if the building is airtight. A Veritherm test is to see if the building has been adequately insulated.

Yes, all electrical devices must be turned off during the test, although some exceptions can be made. Items that cannot be turned off will be monitored for power consumption.

Strong winds, driving rain and heavy snow should be avoided.

Inside temperature should be around 15°Cto 25°C before the test starts.

No,the Veritherm test is normally carried out on a “sealed space”. A blower door or tracergas test should be introduced to understand air loss.

Almost every building has a thermal specification. This can usually be found in a SAP/RdSAP report or BIM model. If this information is unavailable apreliminary calculation can be carried out beforehand to understand how the building should be performing.

The Veritherm test kit will test a small to medium sized domestic dwelling. Loggers should be placed in each liveable room of a property, one outside and one in any adjacent properties where attached (if possible).

Yes, you can buy ad- on items from our online shop to expand your test capability.

A preconfigured test kit can test one building. If you have multiple test kits you can test multiple buildings, across different sites, at any given time.

Total Fabric Heat Loss with units W/K, measures energy loss from a building as a function of temperature difference.

In typical scenarios we expect to detect 10-15% deviation in heat loss.

Our highly intelligent platform does all the hard work for you, after ourthree day training course you will have gained all the skills you need to carry out the Veritherm testing.

No, once the test kit has been deployed it can be controlled and monitored remotely from our smart platform.

No, Veritherm can be used to test both new and existing buildings.

Domestic properties and other small commercial buildings.

Yes, the building must be unoccupied for the duration of the test, max twelve hours.Yes, the building must be unoccupied for the duration of the test, max twelve hours.

No, the building can be furnished if there is enough floorspace for equipment.

The test is not restricted to winter months.A minimum temperature difference of 10°C is required between inside and outside. A temperature difference of 20°Cwill give maximum sensitivity in measurement.

To avoid the effects of solar heating.

Test results are immediately published by the platform once the test is completed and test report is shared digitally.

Your Approved Veritherm Tester will advise on the best course of action.

An air pressure test allows you to understand if the building is airtight. A Veritherm test is to see if the building has been adequately insulated.

Yes, all electrical devices must be turned off during the test, although some exceptions can be made. Items that cannot be turned off will be monitored for power consumption.

Inside temperature should be around 15°Cto 25°C before the test starts.

No,the Veritherm test is normally carried out on a “sealed space”. A blower door or tracergas test should be introduced to understand air loss.

Almost every building has a thermal specification. This can usually be found in a SAP/RdSAP report or BIM model. If this information is unavailable apreliminary calculation can be carried out beforehand to understand how the building should be performing.

The Veritherm test kit will test a small to medium sized domestic dwelling. Loggers should be placed in each liveable room of a property, one outside and one in any adjacent properties where attached (if possible).

Yes, you can buy ad- on items from our online shop to expand your test capability.

A preconfigured test kit can test one building. If you have multiple test kits you can test multiple buildings, across different sites, at any given time.