Keystone Lintels

Are you ready for changes to Part L Regulations? Free Webinar from Keystone Lintels

  • 11 May 2022

Gain your CPD points during your lunch break and gain insight into thermal bridging and how lintel specification can affect SAP ratings and help meet the revised Part L regulations which come into force in June 2022.

For architects wanting to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to the Future Homes Standard and learn about heat loss in buildings and areas in the fabric of the building where a thermal bridge can occur, Keystone is hosting a series of free CPD webinars.

Entitled ‘Addressing Thermal Bridging in Steel Lintel Specification’, the webinar series will be hosted by Keystone’s Chris Cowley, National Specification Manager – GB and Ciaran McAliskey, National Specification Manager – Ireland.

Keystone Lintels

What you can expect:

 – An overview of heat loss in buildings

 – Difference in a Psi value and a U-value

 – What does Part L focus on?

 – SAP calculations

 – Specification of thermally efficient lintels

The live webinars will take place on the following Thursdays:

 – 12th May at 12 noon

 – 19th May at 1pm

 – 26th May at 1pm

Book your place now.

Alternatively, you can book an on demand group session for your team. 

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