Healthy Homes 2.0

Part Two: 12 August 2021

Three building material manufacturer share their extensive experience and knowledge of the effects of building design on people and discuss new possibilities for safeguarding health and wellbeing.

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Presented By

Peter Raimondo and NOTION

Event Description

"The industry's biggest challenge is not being able to identify the use of different products for different applications, which is due to the lack of knowledge. It's because the old concepts are not suitable for the current conditions we live in."

1pm - 2pm 

Lech Ozieranski 

Swegon 

Lech will wrap up the day with his view on healthy homes, winter proofing your home and what it takes to build beyond the code. He will challenge ideas, beliefs and practices. He will talk about ventilation and the importance of using a system that incorporates heating, ventilation ands air conditioning. 

2pm - 3pm

Deepika Arora-Rainham

Kingspan Insulation 

Better buildings for a better world. 

The presentation will cover the basics of thermal insulation. We will also go into some more detail and describe how to calculate U-Values and R-values and the practical implications of these. Finally we also identify the most commonly used types of insulation and what their advantages and disadvantages are.

3pm - 4pm 

Simon Cator 

Pro Clima NZ Ltd 

"The first registered certified Passive House Renovation in New Zealand is nearing completion. Known as an Enerphit project, this unique renovation will be the basis for discussing the benefits of airtightness and how to achieve airtightness in a renovation with the ultimate goal of combatting mould, condensation and indoor dampness which can result in respiratory problems. Healthy, comfortable, durable and energy-efficient living is a basic need for us all and it can be done. Join Simon Cator from Pro Clima NZ Ltd to find out how.”


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