Mikael Borjesson

What is IEQ and why is it important?

In recent years, our industry has witnessed a notable change in the way we go about delivering a quality-built indoor environment. Occupants now have a better understanding of the impact air quality has on their mental health and employers are starting to better appreciate the quality and …

Mikael Borjesson

2019: The year when humans were integrated in HVAC design?

The answer is probably no if looking into our industry, humans have always been the reason why we do good indoor climate. Nevertheless, the past year has, in my mind, been a big contest in best energy performance or highest efficiency into the second decimal…

Åsa Noren Lundh

Five factors to consider in achieving the ideal indoor climate

Are your hotel guests complaining about the room comfort in room 107? In our last blog post we talked about cooling and heating and what you should think about when choosing the right chiller. This week we dive into the importance of hotel room comfort and five factors to consider in achieving the …

Fabio Polo

How to choose the right chiller

There are a few aspects to consider when choosing the right type of chiller. What is the purpose of the unit, where will it be placed and are there any specific factors such as weight of the chiller that you need to consider? In this blog post we take you through the three main steps when selecting …

Morten von Sydow

What does BIM mean?

Have you heard the expression BIM? Probably. Especially if you work within real estate, construction or installation systems. However, what it is, may be unclear or abstract. We hope, after reading this post, that BIM becomes clearer.

Nils Spetz

Adapting air handling units to different building types

When a new building is designed, it is usually demanded that as much lettable space as possible is made available. Plant-rooms and other service facilities must be space-efficient and not take more room than necessary.  Renovation of existing properties brings other demands. The  20 year …

Caroline I. Jacobsson

DCV & VAV - What is the difference?

In our previous post we talked about DCV and why DCV is a smart investment in residential buildings. So, you may have heard about both VAV and DCV and wondered what the difference actually is. We review the terms and when you are best-served by going for one or the other.

Ulf Hörman

DCV - A smart investment in residential buildings?

In a Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV) system the ventilation airflow is continuously matched with the actual demand. Airflow can be decreased or increased based on temperature, occupancy or air quality. By doing this, the DCV system uses on average less energy compared to a conventional Constant …

Mikael Borjesson

Architects love HVAC installations. Right?

No matter what, we need to take care of the indoor climate when we design new buildings or refurbish old buildings. The driving forces for handling indoor climate could be different; from understanding the human need of good air quality to just achieve a decent temperature. Not to forget that …

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