Favorite TightVent newsletter issue #14 – May 2018 now available

Screenshot 2018-05-31 10.50.41The 14th issue of the TightVent newsletter is now available! Specific contents include:

  • Foreword
  • News from TAAC
  • Register now for the 39th AIVC & 7th TightVent conference, 18 -19 September 2018, Juan-les- Pins, France
  • Recordings from the TightVent webinar on ductwork airtightness
  • TightVent welcomes MEZTECHNIK and SIGA as new members
  • 25 June, 2018, 1st European conference “BIM and energy performance of buildings”
  • AIVC Workshop on airtightness & ventilation- Presentations available
  • NEWSPAPER: “Energy Efficiency and Indoor Climate in Buildings”
  • Product news from our partners

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Favorite News from TAAC

The TightVent Airtightness Associations Committee (TAAC) has met 25 times since the committee’s launch in September 2012. The TAAC working group includes formal or informal groups of airtightness testers from several countries as well as TightVent gold and diamond partners. … Continue reading

Favorite New REHVA Dictionary App available!

The Federation of European Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Associations (REHVA) has developed a new Dictionary App available for tablets and smart phones. The REHVA Dictionary is a user-friendly tool for HVAC professionals, developed in the last 15 years to … Continue reading

Favorite TightVent welcomes MEZ-TECHNIK as new partner

MEZ-TECHNIK is a worldwide operating family business known for a wide range of innovative solutions and services for high end commercial air duct systems. We work together with consultants, air duct manufacturers, installers, duct cleaners and energy efficiency companies. MEZ offers … Continue reading

Favorite TightVent welcomes SIGA as new partner

TightVent is very pleased to welcome SIGA, as new partner! For half a century and with great expertise and enthusiasm, we have been developing and producing nontoxic adhesives, tapes and membranes for creating airtight building envelopes. Since 1966, SIGA has … Continue reading