Tony Olsson

Does 0 plus 0 equal 3 in the acoustic world?

Sound and acoustics can be difficult to understand, with the subject of acoustics even having a shimmer of mystery surrounding it. For example, in the acoustic world does 0 plus 0 really equal 3? Our perception of sound is highly subjective and what one thinks is a noisy environment, another may …


Read our white paper on Education and Indoor Climate

Air quality and ventilation in schools is often an underestimated element of the classroom. It can have a huge impact on the way students feel and perform. Our whitepaper takes a deep dive into the various elements that contribute to the indoor environmental quality in the classroom. Bringing …

William Lawrance

Duct system pressure and SFP

The duct system pressure drop has a significant impact on the SFP. But what are the factors we need to focus on when reducing SFP? Lets take a closer look at that.

Malin Höij

Joining forces to drive real change

How many people outside of the building sector and academic discussions are aware of the benefits we as human beings draw from good indoor environments, in terms of health, well-being and productivity?

Alessandro Pinato

Total Equivalent Warming Impact – what you need to know about TEWI and heat pumps

Heating and cooling of buildings account for roughly a third of the European Union’s total energy consumption, and nearly three quarters of the heating still comes from fossil fuels. In other words, to fulfil the EU’s target of zero impact on emissions from the building stock by 2050, it is clear …

Caroline Jacobsson

Optimised water temperature gives lower energy consumption and higher performance

By optimising the inlet water temperature in a waterborne climate system, a number of benefits can be achieved. For example, it is possible to save up to 15% of the energy consumption, in addition you get increased comfort and increased performance of the people in the building.

Mikael Börjesson

Dry indoor climate - how do we prepare for the next winter?

At the moment it’s easy to forget, but if we look back a few months – especially if we live in the Nordic region or other colder areas – we remember that the air felt dry and the indoor climate was less comfortable. In addition to impaired indoor comfort, research shows that a dry indoor …

Andreas Örje Wellstam

Visualising the invisible – the future of our industry

At the end of May, Swegon broadcast a series of digital live events in different languages called The Industry Challenge. We did this to address the growing demands and expectations which we in the indoor climate business need to manage.

Morten von Sydow

Which ventilation principle should I choose?

To get the optimal indoor climate for your building it is important to start plan in an early stage what kind of ventilation that is most suitable for you. Different facilities have different needs. Here are some principles to consider.