How does the design standard EN 12101-13 shape the future of pressure differential systems? Attend the free SMAY webinar

We invite you to a SMAY webinar with our expert Radoslaw Sikorski. The purpose of this webinar is to take a close look at the new PDS design standard EN 12101-13. So, we would be glad if you could join us and participate. See you on Thursday, 3rd November at 11:00? We are ready, are you?

How does the design standard EN 12101-13 shape the future of pressure differential systems? SMAY webinar

How does the new design standard EN 12101-13 influence the design of pressure differencial systems? What changes await the designers of ventilation systems? These aspects will be included in the webinar, led by our expert Radoslaw Sikorski. Take part in this free SMAY webinar and discover how the design standard EN 12101-13 shapes the future of pressure differential systems.

During the webinar, you will be able to give questions to our expert and receive free design advice.

What topics will be covered during the webinar?

• We will take a look at the new standard
• New requirements for high-rise buildings
• A discussion of the most important changes relative to 12101-6
• Two new classes and new periodic test procedures

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Thursday, 3rd November 2022 | 11:00 (UTC +1:00)

If you are unable to attend the live meeting we will send you a recording of the webinar.

About the speaker:

Radosław Sikorski
Technical Support Manager in Smay

Ventilation and fire ventilation designer with more than 6 years of experience gained in design offices and on construction sites. Responsible for assisting designers, tradesmen, and contractors at all stages of the development in the field of pressure differential systems, among other things.

Graduate of the AGH University of Science and Technology in Cracow, where he studied Energy Engineering and Environmental Engineering, specialising in Industrial Ventilation and Air Conditioning, and of the Warsaw University of Technology, where he studied Smoke Extraction Systems: Fire Ventilation.

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