S.A.P. survey data sheet

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This form is really useful.
You can make a request for a SAP calculation by describing the dwelling on this form and clicking the submit button. The cost of the calculation is 150.00 per dwelling. You will be invoiced for this amount and the calculation will be sent on receipt of payment.
The calculation can be done using SAPPER 8.00 (SAP 2005) or SAPPER 9.00 (SAP2009) BRE approved programs.
You can go off-line to complete the details, and/or save the inputs as a file.
You can also use the form to collect the necessary data for you to do your own SAP calculation. No need to click the send button, just "save page as" and you can complete the form in your own time using PC, mac, phone etc.

Index
General details
Dimensions
Ventilation
Openings
Thermal bridging
Thermal mass
Fabric heat losses
Space heating
Space heating second system
Water heating
Solar water heating
Waste water heat recovery
Flue gas heat recovery
Secondary heating
Space cooling
Photo voltaics
Wind turbines
Hydro-electric generation
Special features
Name
Company
Address
Telephone number
E-mail Address
Project Address (including postcode)
Project type

Select which SAP applies
SAP 2009
SAP 2005

GENERAL DETAILS
Terrain
Conservatory
Electricity tariff
Total number of fixed lighting outlets
Total number of LE lighting outlets
Smoke control area
DIMENSIONS
Please note that there can be more than one floor type at each level of the house, for instance, with different heat loss types or different storey heights.
Ground floor heights are measured Floor - ceiling; other levels are measured ceiling to ceiling except basements which are measured floor to floor
Heat loss floor types relate to the floor types in the heat losses section.

Area Storey ht Level Floor type Heat loss type
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Living room area (sq.m.)

VENTILATION
Select permeability type
Design permeability (Q50)
As built permeability (Q50)
Note: If a new dwelling is subject to a pressure test, a result greater than 10 cu.m/sq.m@50 Pa is a fail. Less than 5 is achievable if using accredited details, but 7 would be a reasonable design permeability.
Select which best describes the construction (if no pressure test)
Select which best describes the ground floor (if no pressure test)
Select which best describes the ventilation
If mechanical ventilation select data source
If MV data source is datasheet or database
Manufacturer
Model
Number of Chimneys
Main SecondaryOtherTotal
Number of Flues
Main SecondaryOtherTotal
Number of fans Number of passive vents
Number of sides sheltered (default = 2) (if no pressure test)
Percentage windows draught stripped

OPENINGS
OPENING TYPES
Description Data source Frame Glass gap Argon U-value Solar transmittance (if window manufacturer's data)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Overshading

Schedule of windows, doors and rooflights
No. Opening Type Orientation Location Area Pitch from horizontal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

THERMAL BRIDGING
List of bridges ( if Detailed or calculated)
length bridge type source PSI (if calculated)

THERMAL MASS PARAMETER (select one option)
Calculated
From SAP table
Simple calculation
Known TMP value
if using calculated values ot values from SAP table 1a
Element Area K value (if calculated) Description (if SAP tables)
Floor (1)
Floor (2)
Floor (3)
Ext walls (1)
Ext walls (2)
Ext walls (3)
Roof (1)
Roof (2)
Roof 3)
Basement wall
Party wall (1)
Party wall (2)
Party Ceilings
Party floors
Internal floors from above
Internal floors from below
FABRIC HEAT LOSSES
If you know the U-value of the element you do not need to give the wall description. The element description is necessary for working out the U-value If you need a U-value calculation done for a floor it is best if you complete the request for a U-value calculation by clicking the link.
Element Description Gross area (sq.m.) U-value if known
(including openings)
Wall Type 1
Walls Type 2
Roof Type 1
Roof Type 2
Ground floor
Party Wall
Ground floor exposed perimeter (m)

SPACE HEATING
Fuel for main heating system
Main heating system type
emitter type
Details of boiler (model if possible)
Details of heating control system
If boiler and rads, is the pump in a heated space?
Weather compensator?
Load compensator?
Enhanced load compensator?
Delayed start thermostat?
Is the boiler interlocked with the cylinder stat and room stat?

COMMUNITY HEATING
Distribution
Distribution loss factor (DLF if calculated)
Controls
Heat/power ratio
Efficiency Fraction
Heat source Fuel if known (%) of heat
Heat source 1
Heat source 2
Heat source 3
Heat source 4
Heat source 5

SPACE HEATING Second system
Fuel for secondmain heating system
Second main heating system type
emitter type
Details of boiler (model if possible)
Details of second heating control system
If boiler and rads, is the pump in a heated space?
WATER HEATING
Fuel for water heating system
How is water heated
Water storage details if appropriate
Storage volume (litres)
Cylinder insulation type
Cylinder insulation thickness
If known, manufacturer's declared heat loss factor (kWh per day)
Is cylinder in a heated space
If water heated solely by immersion heater or immersion heater is necessary during the summer e.g if the main heating is by room heaters or water is heated by a back boiler.
Electric tariff
Dual or single immersion

SOLAR WATER HEATING
Collector type Aperture area
Solar storage Dedicated solar store volume
Collector orientation Collecor tilt
Collector overshading Pump electricity
Manufacturer's declared zero-loss efficiency (if known)
Manufacturer's declared linear heat-loss coefficient
Manufacturer's declared 2nd order heat-loss coefficient

WASTE WATER HEAT RECOVERY
Waste water heat recovery 1:
total rooms with bath and/or shower
No. of mixer showers in rooms with bath
No. of mixer showers in rooms without bath
Manufacturer
Model
PCDF ref. no (if available)
Waste water heat recovery 2:
total rooms with bath and/or shower
No. of mixer showers in rooms with bath
No. of mixer showers in rooms without bath
Manufacturer
Model
PCDF ref. no (if available)

FLUE GAS HEAT RECOVERY
Manufacturer
Model
PCDF ref. no (if available

SECONDARY HEATING
Fuel for secondary heating (if any)
Details of secondary heating system if any

COOLING SYSTEM
Cooled area (if any)
Energy label class
Type of cooling system
Type of control
Measured EER if known

PHOTOVOLTAIC ARRAYS
Array 1
kW peak
Orientation
Pitch from Horizontal
Overshading
Array2
kW peak
Orientation
Pitch from Horizontal
Overshading

WIND TURBINES
Number of rotors
Terrain Rotor diameter
Hub height above ridge Output power of 1 turbine(kW)

HYDRO-ELECTRIC GENERATION
Annual electricity generated by the hydro-electric plant (kW)
Total floor area of buildings served by the hydro-electricity

SPECIAL FEATURES
Special feature 1
Energy saved Fuel saved Energy used Fuel used
Special feature 2
Energy saved Fuel saved Energy used Fuel used

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