Alessandro Lora

Why 2021 will be a disrupting milestone for cooling and heating products

Despite all industries currently focusing on minimizing the business impact of COVID 19 and trying to predict and react for the future evolution of the post-pandemic economy, our HVAC-Chiller/Heat pumps industry is facing another challenge at the same time.

John Wibrand

From BIM to digital twins for buildings

The importance of data modelling in commercial buildings has started to move beyond mere space and energy efficiency to the real creation of a living, breathing model of an operational building.

Fabio Polo

How to design an efficient IT cooling system

Not surprisingly, computer servers have different demands than people. This is also true when it comes to designing climate and cooling solutions for IT equipment and data centers; one of the major differences being that IT equipment generates no humidity so removing sensible heat is the main …

William Lawrance

Getting to grips with internal leakage in air handling units

Internal leakage of air in ventilation systems is wasteful and it can also affect the indoor air quality so we need to minimise leakage to both optimise the energy consumption and ensure the best possible air quality. In this article, you will get to know different modes of internal leakages and …

Åsa Norén-Lundh

Things to consider when choosing room units for variable air flows

There are a few things to consider when choosing room units for variable air flow to save energy and to achieve a comfortable indoor climate. In this article, we will walk you through the most important ones.

William Lawrance

How to optimise air handling units for healthy indoor climate – COVID-19 recommendations

With our top three advise for air handling units – regular maintenance, high flow rates, minimised return air – we can optimise operation and maintain a healthy indoor climate.

Mikael Börjesson

Ventilation and Virus transmission

Ventilation plays an important role in keeping our indoor environment safe and sound. In an enclosed space, people have the effect of reducing the air quality while ventilation using out-door air counteracts that effect. But can the ventilation system itself spread diseases?

Mikael Börjesson

How to stay open for business – battling COVID-19 in Northern Italy

In northern Italy, one of the hardest COVID-19 affected areas in the world, Swegon’s factory for chillers and heat pumps stays open for business, thanks to dedicated employees and partners, and creative solutions to the new challenges. In a situation with numerous guidelines to follow from …

Andreas Söderholm

Why you should keep microparticles away from your supply air

Microparticles affect our health and environment. They can make us ill and shorten our life expectancy. Today, 80% of the world’s population are exposed to particle levels that are higher than the limit values recommended by WHO.