01531 631 533

The Valve – Jaga's very own blog

As the amended Building Bulletin 101 ‘BB101 Guidelines for ventilation, thermal comfort and indoor air quality in schools regulation’ reaches its final stage, Jaga has provided insights into the new regulations for education design consultants. As a follow up to this, Jaga has also provided responses to the frequently asked technical questions on what the amended regulations mean for the heating and ventilation of schools. Read More

Education consultants have a lot to consider when trying to make the correct decisions regarding the design of school buildings. Making poor decisions can have a tremendous impact on the health and wellbeing of pupils and teachers. In a study by the Education Funding Agency, it reported that just 5% of the 59,967 school buildings studied were classed as performing as intended and operating efficiently. Read More

Jaga’s Technical Consultant Andy Williams provides building specifiers with his insights on the various ventilation solutions for buildings, including how they can be monitored, managed and maintained.  Read More

Effective learning can only occur when schools design and build an environment which promotes productivity. To ensure that schools in the UK have a consistent benchmark, Building Bulletin 101 ‘BB101 Guidelines for ventilation, thermal comfort and indoor air quality in schools’ was published in 2006; guidelines which education consultants still reference as guidance. Read More

Please complete the form below to ask us about any of our products or their applications and one of our consultants will be in touch with you.

Cookies & Your Privacy

We make use of cookies on this website to store small snippets of information on your computer.

This information is used to provide both a superior experience and also provide us with anonymous information about how visitors use our website.

Dismiss Find out more