The Swegon blog – Everything about indoor climate

Our experts at Swegon have for years shared their knowledge and skills in the format of enlightening blog posts about ventilation, heating and cooling. With different angles of approach, a wide variety of indoor climate related topics have been presented and explained with sincere engagement and broadmindedness.

Below you find more than 100 blog posts, and we are constantly adding new ones, in our aspiration to build knowledge about indoor climate – within, as well as outside, the building industry. Click on the pre-set tags, or use the filter function under "Explore" to narrow down the number of posts to a selection that is relevant to your interest or that will give you new and useful insights.

Josh Emerson

AI at your service - loving or loathing it?

Whether we love it or not, Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology is already playing a huge part in everyday life as well as in the building industry, but there is still work to do if the technology’s full potential for improving indoor environments and ensuring a perfect indoor climate is to be …

Mirko Sauvan

Focusing on embodied carbon is necessary to meet ambitious consumer demands

Reuse and refurbishment of products present a substantial business potential in the near and medium-term future. These approaches are not new, but a newly dedicated focus will both benefit the planet and offer new economic opportunities. Current circularity activities in the building industry are …

Mikael Börjesson

Are we ready tackle the sustainability challenge?

My name is Mikael Börjesson and I lead the strategic developments within sustainability and public affairs across the Swegon Group. I will in this blog post share my findings and reflections from the Mostra Convegno Expocomfort (MCE) 2024 exhibition in Milan, perhaps one of the more important fairs …

Luca Zordan

Indoor climate in a winery - a holistic approach

Wine has been produced for thousands of years which makes it not at all surprising that everyone knows how sensitive the grape and the wine making process is to fluctuations in temperatures and changes in humidity levels. But, what about the modern wine production, indoors, in barrels? Our expert, …

Börje Lehrman

Why are the needs of HVAC solutions often oversized?

As an expert in software design for product selection and energy calculations, I believe it is common for solutions for heating, ventilation and cooling (HVAC) to be oversized. I would actually say that it is more common that they are oversized, than the other way around. This is because several …

William Lawrance

The future for air handling units under the new F-Gas regulation in the EU

As a company, we have recently focused on the topic of sustainability in a number of ways, in the context of indoor climate solutions. In previous blog posts, we have discussed topics such as the Renovation wave, the BACS decree and the recently updated F-Gas regulations - all through the lens of …

Carl-Ola Danielsson

What are the advantages of dry cooling?

The concept of dry cooling is all about delivering sensible cooling from a hydronic circuit. It might sound simple, but it has a prerequisite - the temperature of the system’s circulating water has to be kept above dew point at all times. Once this criterion is met, there is a clear potential to …

Mikael Börjesson

A new year and new challenges in 2024

Taking a brief look in the rearview mirror helps us see the patterns and help us predict what challenges and opportunities we may face in the coming year in our industry. Judging from the very strong trends at the moment, in one way or another, everything will be about sustainability next year as …

Fabio Polo

The new F-gas regulation, this is what it means

In October, the European Council and Parliament reached a political agreement to amend and strengthen the legislation that aims to phase down fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gases), which are used for example as refrigerants. As for now, the agreement is provisional, but it is expected to enter …

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