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Åsa Norén-Lundh

How do we know that the indoor climate in our schools is sufficient?

How do we know that the indoor climate in our schools is sufficient? Could measuring CO2 work as a tool in getting there?

Tony Olsson

Why acoustics is an essential part of indoor environmental quality

Service noise, exterior noise, reverb time and acoustic separation are all important factors of a good acoustic climate. These factors, among others, are normally regulated through mandatory building regulations and are essential for a good indoor environment and our well-being.

Anna Sundell

Why indoor climate in hotels is key to a good sleep environment

People check in to hotels for various reasons, for example business trips, vacations or even just relaxation to catch up on sleep. The last reason is actually more common than you might think. Regardless of the reason for staying at a hotel the person checking in needs somewhere to sleep.

Morten von Sydow

Which ventilation principle to choose?

To achieve the optimum indoor climate for your building, it is important to start planning at an early stage which type of ventilation is best for you. Each installation has different needs. Here are some principles to consider.

Caroline Jacobsson

Is a demand-controlled indoor climate worthwhile?

We believe that investing in an on-demand system will quickly pay off.

Martin Ottersten

The vital quest for quieter fans

How can quiet fans affect the indoor environmental quality (IEQ), safeguard people's health, and reduce global CO2 emissions? Here’s a report from the cutting edge of fan research.

Swegon

Read our white paper on Education and Indoor Climate

Air quality and ventilation in schools is often an underestimated element of the classroom. It can have a huge impact on the way students feel and perform. Our whitepaper takes a deep dive into the various elements that contribute to the indoor environmental quality in the classroom. Bringing …

Malin Höij

Joining forces to drive real change

How many people outside of the building sector and academic discussions are aware of the benefits we as human beings draw from good indoor environments, in terms of health, well-being and productivity?

Josh Emerson

Historic Air Pollution Ruling in the UK

Nine-year-old Ella Adoo Kissi-Debrah has become the first person in the UK to have air pollution officially listed as a cause of death. This ruling has been the result of a tireless campaign by Ella’s mother Rosamund, which attracted worldwide attention and placed a particular focus on the links …