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SANS 10400-XA : 2021 - ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

SANS 10400:XA-2021 is SIMPLE
SANS 204 is NOT required.
Municipal employees are encouraged to attend.
"Due to popular demand we are offering one more workshop this year. Understanding the structure of law will unlock why SANS 204 is no longer required, why training certificates are no longer required and why a Form 2 is no longer required on submission."

"SANS 10400-XA Energy Usage in Buildings" has been revised and published for use as of December 2021. This workshop will present the background context for the existence of energy efficiency regulations before delving into the details of this 2nd edition of SANS 10400-XA. This new edition of XA is simple and uncomplicated

Date

6 July 2023 at 06:00:00

Category

1

Credits

0.4

Duration

4 hours

Validator

KZNIA

SACAP

Fee

ZAR

650

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DEBCAL

DEBCAL

D.E.B.Cal (the Designing Efficient Buildings Calculator) was conceived in response to the introduction of SANS 10400 Part XA in 2011.

Design professionals struggling to cope with the copious amount of new information and additional workload required, were looking for answers. Dino Vieira was one such professional, and in an effort to streamline the processes set out in the National Building Regulations (NBR), he created a personal calculator that produced astonishing results :

D.E.B.Cal reduced the time spent on calculations by up to 90%.
Not only delivering speed but also a high degree of accuracy,
suddenly PART XA compliance was made easy!

An organic process unfolded where with his new tool, Dino was able to assist other architects in the field. Within a short time, this grew into a full-time service and the registration of Designing Efficient Buildings Calculator (trading as D.E.B.Cal) as a company in 2012.

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