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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...

William Lawrance

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

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

Josh Emerson

Can you save space with GOLD L-Concept?

Our new L-concept version of GOLD allows the air handling unit to be connected vertically and horizontally. This means that larger units can be installed and maximum utilisation of space inside the plant room is ensured.

Dene Kent

Choosing the right air handling unit - A guide to a smarter choice

We ventilate our properties for our wellbeing, productivity and indoor comfort. One vital component in any ventilation system is the actual air handling unit. You might like to think of the air handling unit as the heart of the ventilation system. A heart that pumps air to all parts of the property …

William Lawrance

Casing performance - Achieving good indoor climate with lower operating costs

Six features define the quality and performance of air handling unit casings.

Börje

How do we choose the right systems early in the building process?

Choosing an indoor climate system for a building, storey or room is often a difficult task. There are countless options available and a large number of criteria and requirements to take into account in achieving a good and approved solution. Location, usage, budget, legislation and comfort are just …