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As we are using connected HIUs with realtime data analysis, we will be updating the current example checklist into an active document, that can be read by both humans and computers without confusion. Where the current checklist is designed to be A4 printable, we will dispense with that limitation as computers have the ability to reformat reports as seen fit (i.e. we could generate the bog standard checklist sheet automatically if needed).
 
As we are using connected HIUs with realtime data analysis, we will be updating the current example checklist into an active document, that can be read by both humans and computers without confusion. Where the current checklist is designed to be A4 printable, we will dispense with that limitation as computers have the ability to reformat reports as seen fit (i.e. we could generate the bog standard checklist sheet automatically if needed).
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The first change will be to split the sheet based on who fills it in. So there will be a sheet for the designer, a sheet for the installer, a sheet for the commissioning engineer, and then further sheets will be generated by the computer arriving at a final simplfied checklist (in A4 format) that combines all properties in a building.
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We need to know more information that the current vhecklists call for, as we are now including specific equipment settings, operational limits, and alarm routing requirements.

Revision as of 12:01, 21 September 2019

This article covers the process of handing over a development fitted with HIUs to CP1 requirements.

CP1.1 is now (September 2019) in final draft stage, with no more adjustments to be made other than typos. So we are in a position to tackle our first fully CP1.1 compliant heat network, and nail down the requirements, documents and processes involved.

Our goal is to use our IoT connected HIUs to simplify the process, embedding as much of the donkey work as we can into software in order to reduce the labour requirements and remove human error from the scene if possible.

CP1.1 Documents

Some of the documents referred to have not been released just yet.

  • CP1.1 Code of Practice
  • CP1.1 Checklists

However, as the checklist for HIUs is guidance - a minimum standard - we can get to work without hesitation.

HIU Commissioning Checklists

The entire compliance process is driven through the use of checklists. Checklists are provided in CP1.1 for all stages of a heat network design and build, however we are concerned here with the final pre-handover checklists that prove an installation is working to design.

As we are using connected HIUs with realtime data analysis, we will be updating the current example checklist into an active document, that can be read by both humans and computers without confusion. Where the current checklist is designed to be A4 printable, we will dispense with that limitation as computers have the ability to reformat reports as seen fit (i.e. we could generate the bog standard checklist sheet automatically if needed).

The first change will be to split the sheet based on who fills it in. So there will be a sheet for the designer, a sheet for the installer, a sheet for the commissioning engineer, and then further sheets will be generated by the computer arriving at a final simplfied checklist (in A4 format) that combines all properties in a building.

We need to know more information that the current vhecklists call for, as we are now including specific equipment settings, operational limits, and alarm routing requirements.