Passitherm thermal bridging analysis software
Thermal bridging software Passitherm is a next-generation software used to analyse the heat lost through linear junctions within buildings to eliminate heat energy loss and increase building energy efficiency.
Eliminate heating energy loss in Passive House buildings with
Passitherm thermal bridging analysis software.
Passitherm software is an essential tool in building energy efficient PassiveHouse buildings.
Thanks to its cutting-edge features building professionals can accurately calculate heating energy loss and promptly prevent that during the Passive House design process. Passitherm provides its customers with Passitherm, which consists of a comprehensive array of new and existing features for thermal bridging analysis in 2D for precise, factual calculations.
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Benefit today from our Passitherm software training courses
Passitherm offers training courses for building professionals wishing to use Passitherm competently. The training events are to be held throughout 2014/15 in major UK cities. In these courses you will learn how to take full advantage of its potential, and design or build energy-efficient PassiveHaus buildings.
“I got in touch with Graham as a friend recommended him on his Passitherm software training. I was not disappointed. During training I had all my questions answered and by the end of the training session I could use it for thermal modeling with such great ease and efficiency. “
“I’m an architect and I wanted to know more about the PassiveHaus building approach, everyone keeps talking about. Reaching out to Passitherm was a wise choice. They really looked after me during my training in Passive House Design Theory. I’m going back, this time for Passive House Planning Package (PHPP) training.”
“I consulted with Passitherm at the tail end of last year, I was working on this new green project in Wales and Graham offered me just the right consultation. Needless to say, the project has been a success.”