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This knowledge base contains a collection of resources to help you build a Passivhaus including Passivhaus Trust's peer-reviewed guidance from industry experts, rules of thumb and case studies of Passivhaus certified building projects.

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Teplo Cavity Wall Ties

Ancon Teplo Low Thermal Conductivity Wall Ties suit cavities up to 450mm and minimise heat loss through thermal bridging, improving the energy efficiency of a masonry cavity wall. Ideal for...

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PROGRESSION

Passivhaus-certified A-rated triple glazed timber inward opening window, with minimalist, narrow sightlines and low maintenance design.

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TEK Cladding Panel

Comprise a 142 or 172 mm thick structural insulated panel (SIP). Panels are connected with a unique jointing system.

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TEK Building System

Comprises 142 or 172 mm thick structural insulated panels (SIPs) connected with a unique jointing system for walls and roofs, and intermediate floors using I-beams or open web joists.

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Good Practice Guide to Insulation

Passivhaus buildings are known to eliminate the performance gap, and insulation is a crucial element to the fabric first approach. This guide aims to give building professionals an insight into...

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Performance of UK Passivhaus homes

The Passivhaus Trust has been working with Rachel Mitchell, Bath University and WARM to analyse the performance of a number of certified Passivhaus dwellings in the UK.

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Claiming the Passivhaus standard

Within the UK, there are occasionally claims that buildings meet or exceed the Passivhaus standard simply because they might meet one or more of the Passivhaus requirements. For example they...

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