2020 has been a difficult year for us all, with many new obstacles to face. In the HVAC industry, we've been looking into using ventilation as a means of curbing virus transmission, as well as a new focus on the health and wellbeing of building occupants and indoor environmental quality. This year has been reflected in our top read blogs from 2020. Grab a coffee and have a read through of the blogs you may have missed from Swegon throughout the year!
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.
It is often heard that "there is a lack of fresh air" in a room, but what is it that we mean? And how do we regulate ventilation to maintain a comfortable and healthy indoor climate?
The control of smoke and containment of fire through the ventilation ductwork in any building are just two of the many requirements for fire safety and must be designed, installed and maintained as part of a methodical, holistic and ongoing process...
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.
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?
Swegon have acquired Waterloo Air Products, a leading manufacturer of grilles and diffusers in the UK!
Happy reading and a Happy New Year from everyone at Swegon. We'll be back in 2021 with more blogs!