Building infrared inspection reveals hidden defects not visible to the human eye, the temperature image can locate the source of water ingress, damp, water damage, locate missing sections of thermal insulation missing, identify overheating switchgear, and much more.
Every energy audit is the same but different, the goal, searching for cost and energy savings is the same. whether its factory or office. And we follow the same published process, yet every energy audit guide attempts to detail how to identify those cost savings, and that is where the document evolves from its clinical, prescriptive list of requirements into vague generalizations because examining data, sometimes imperfect data, to find cost savings is more art than science. Continue reading →
Kelcroft is patron sponsor for Hong Kong Green Building Council (HKGBC) so naturally our director Mr John A. Herbert, attended the World Green Building Council (www.worldgbc.org) Congress 2015, this year held in Hong Kong.
The bonus, this event was attended by member of the World GBC, members from around the planet joined the conference in Hong Kong, over the two day event. John A. Herbert met members from Malaysia GBC, Philippines GBC, Qatar GBC, Germany GBC, and South Africa’s GBC amongst others.
Herbert said “the 2015 congress was truly a global event, with fantastic speakers from different countries”.