Best Practice Calculations
The best practice area includes material such as client calculation sheets, client endorsed manufacturer calculations and links to websites with good practice calculations. This is a an expanding area and Salix welcomes client contributions to this area.
These documents can only be downloaded by users working for public sector bodies. If you would like to access these, please register and select the option to request access.
Documents are displayed with the most recent first.
|Salix Business Case Guidance V 2.0||Guidance intended for use by Salix clients looking to fill a business case for internal lighting, street lighting, combined heat and power and all other projects||August 2016|
|Pipework Insulation Tool Version 2.0||This tool is intended for use by Salix clients that are looking to complete a pipework insulation project.||July 2016|
|Salix Pool Heat Loss Tool - V 1.1||This tool is intended for use by Salix clients that are looking to complete a pool cover project.||December 2015|
|Salix Building Fabric Insulation Tool V 2.1||This tool is intended for use by Salix clients that are looking to complete building fabric insulation projects.||November 2015|
|University of Reading - Fume Cupboard Energy Calculator||University of Reading have developed a calculation tool to help clients forecast potential savings from lab fume cupboard upgrades.||July 2015|
|Hand Dryer Calculation Tool V1||V1 of the Salix Hand Dryer Calculation Tool||February 2012|
|Thurrock Council LED Bollards Business Case||A Business case by Thurrock Council for a LED Bollard Project.||January 2012|
|Thurrock Council LED Bollards Saving Calculation||A savings calculation by Thurrock Council for a LED Bollard project.||January 2012|
|Kent County Council High Speed Shutter Saving Calculation||A savings calculation by Kent County Council for a High Speed Shutter Project||September 2011|
|Newcastle University Lighting Upgrade Saving Calculation||A savings calculation by Newcastle University for a Lighting upgrade project.||September 2011|