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.

Mikael Börjesson

What is the Industry Challenge, and what can we do about it?

The indoor climate business is currently at the crossroads of a number of major trends in the society as whole.

Fabio Polo

F-gas restrictions push development of refrigerants

Refrigerants in the form of fluorinated gases (F-gases) potentially spell trouble for global warming, but there is a lot of development in the area.

Caroline Jacobsson

Is demand controlled indoor climate a profitable investment?

We claim that it is well worth investing in demand controlled indoor climate and it does not take very long before it pays off compared to constant flow ventilation. 

Mikael Börjesson

What do we mean by "dry air"?

We all know "dry air" - but what is it that we perceive and exactly how dry air affects people is less known. Nonetheless research indicates that a well-balanced indoor air humidity can alleviate some of the problems with perceived dry air.

Alessandro Lora

How green is your heat pump?

Investment in green technology is booming, and sustainable products are in demand. However, it’s challenging to understand which products are best for the environment when everything is promoted as green. This is clear in the heating industry, where pretty much any solutions that are better than a …

Per-Åke Ottemark

Things to consider when choosing an AHU for small premises

When choosing an air handling unit (AHU) for smaller premises, such as retail areas in an otherwise residential buildings, you may not have an assigned technical room, and the premises may be on the ground level. This will put some special requirements on the ventilation solution. In this article, …