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. Various European programs related to the …

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 …

Josh Emerson

Our quick guide to smoke/fire dampers...

This article focuses on providing a brief overview of the key functions, types and correct selection of fire and smoke dampers for ventilation systems to help to improve building safety. 

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 …

Josh Emerson

Four tips to create a sustainable ventilation system...

It is generally known that you can make great energy savings if you provide buildings with demand-controlled ventilation, ie. that you only ventilate exactly as necessary to ensure a good indoor environment. However, the function of a building inevitably changes over time depending on tenants and …

Tim Dywer

DCV: A Real World Case Study

Demand-controlled ventilation (DCV) is a strategy that is able to reduce building energy consumption while delivering good levels of occupant comfort. Most buildings regularly operate at occupancies below the design maximum, and can benefit from the ventilation being controlled to supply reduced …

Martin Ottersten

Why eliminate monotonous noise in your building...

Sound can be a source of pleasure and well-being, if it is the right kind, like beautiful music. But research has found that the wrong kind of sound, or noise, is also a major cause of health problems. According to the World Health Organization, western Europeans are losing millions of years of …

Josh Emerson

Adapting air handling units to different building types

When a new building is designed, a client will usually demand that as much lettable space as possible is made available. Plant-rooms and  services must designed to be space-efficient and not take up any more room than necessary.  Renovation is often even more complex...

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 (air terminal devices) for variable air flow systems to save energy and to achieve a comfortable indoor climate. In this article, we will walk you through the most important ones.