Carinne Grandjean

Seasonal maintenance is the secret

More than 20% of the European population suffers from respiratory allergies. These people are hypersensitive to some natural substances naturally found in the air, such as pollen. Inhaling these allergens trigger a reaction of the immune system, which can lead to asthma and rhinitis.

Mikael Börjesson

Would we let our kids skip breakfast before school?

We all want to make sure that our children get the best education but one thing we tend to forget is how important air quality, humidity levels and thermal comfort are for children’s learning capabilities.

Åsa Norén-Lundh

This is why induction is important for your indoor comfort

Imagine if you were forced to choose between a room that can’t be cooled in hot weather, or a room with a constant cold draught. You’d be hard-pressed to choose, right? Happily, you don’t have to. Thanks to the physical principle known as induction, there is the option of ventilating and heating or …

Fabio Polo

How does a chiller work?

The laws of thermodynamics tell us that heat will always move from hotter to colder areas. But the outside air, where the heat is to be dissipated, is often hotter than the air on the inside. How then, does a chiller work?

Federica Serena

The advantages of a system approach

When you are planning an indoor climate ventilation, cooling or heating solution, there are a few key factors that need to be considered. Energy efficiency naturally comes to mind, along with features like reliability, low maintenance costs, ease of installation and ease of use.

Caroline Jacobsson

Why smart buildings and indoor comfort go hand in hand

What do you think of when you hear the term smart buildings? Coffee machines that use face recognition to deliver coffee just the way you like it? Perhaps an indoor climate fully adapted to your own preferences? The list of possible services in a smart building can be made endless. However, smart …

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 …