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Lower your energy consumption using ultrasound

By Torbjörn Bruzelius, October 04 2017

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Ventilation constitutes 30 per cent of a building’s total energy consumption. Investing in a ventilation system using new ultrasound technology will help you cut operating costs and help reach the EU’s target of reducing energy consumption by 20 per cent by 2020.

If we are to limit human impact on the Earth’s climate, several things need to be done. In 2007, EU leaders agreed on a set of goals. One of these was to reduce energy consumption in the member states by 20 per cent by the year 2020.

The increased focus on climate has inspired companies and industries to start developing new solutions that will help reach the targets. Lindab is no exception and by working to minimize air leakage and to optimize the ventilation systems we can make a lasting difference.

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Topics: Product development, Energy consumption, Ultrasound, Technology, UltraLink, Revolution

Let nature improve your indoor climate

By Martin Wiebicke, September 13 2017

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Rising energy costs are increasing the demand for alternative energy sources, and is also proving to be a driving force for innovation. In the competitive market of air conditioning systems a new highly effective way of handling ventilation, cooling and heating is currently challenging traditional solutions.

Having a comfortable indoor climate is essential to the well-being of most people. Regardless if it’s a hot summer day or a freezing winter day, if we are working in the office or spending time at home, we all want comfortable room temperatures.

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Topics: Building Products, Future of Construction, Energy efficiency

Chilled beams - a cool solution for hot summer days

By Martin Wiebicke, June 29 2017

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During summertime, the cost of cooling rises. Installing active chilled beams in your building helps you cut costs. Since chilled beam systems are maintenance free, the installation will also save you money over time.

While most of us appreciate the warmer temperatures during this time of the year, no one likes to pay the electrical bill after a hot summer. In most cases the cost of cooling a residential building or an office increases in the summertime. For a larger company, that means big money.

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Topics: Chilled beams, Save money, Waterborne climate system, Lindab Pascal, Hotel solution, Munio

Who are the unnoticed heroes protecting your health?

By Egon Venko, April 27 2017

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They should be as small and thin as possible, and carefully hidden so that no one notices them. Nevertheless, they constantly prevent us from breathing polluted air in our homes and workplaces.

With these components being hidden, we also tend to forget maintaining them. Or occasionally replacing them whenever they’ve been worn out. But just as they have a tremendous positive impact on our health when functioning properly, not replacing ineffective ones has a negative impact – on both the energy bill and the indoor air quality.   

But what are these small, yet essential parts, that goes unnoticed? Well, it’s the air filtration. Hidden in your ventilation system. Day in and day out, these brave little soldiers protect you from breathing polluted air – providing fresh air to indoor areas, and enabling you to stay healthy and sound.

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Topics: Indoor Climate, Air Tightness, Energy efficiency, Lindab, Air Filtration, air filters

Money floods out of our buildings

By Anders Berg, February 28 2017

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You hear about it all the time. The excessive energy consumption in the modern world, and the impact this has on our planet. Suddenly, global warming isn’t some rare thing that only meteorologists talk about; on the contrary, it’s something that everyone can relate to. Nowadays, we all understand (well, except some billionaire presidents) that it’s an urgent matter for us to turn things around and reduce our consumption of natural resources.
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Topics: Ventilation, Air Tightness, Energy efficiency, Energy consumption, Lindab, Tightness class D

What does ultra sound and Internet of Things has to do with ventilation?

By Torbjörn Bruzelius, November 30 2016

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The mankind has experienced tremendous evolutions throughout the history. We got from horses to cars, from theatre to television, from letters to telephone and from records to streaming. Now another evolution takes place within the ventilations industry and even though the headline of this blog may seem like a difficult question, the answer is much more logical and valuable than it may seem at first. Over the past 5 years, the world has seen an increasing number of energy efficiency polices. These, combined with an increasing focus on indoor air quality, raise a demand for new technologies that can help optimize air quality and at the same time reduce energy consumption in buildings. This is where ultrasound and Internet of Things (IOT) becomes part of the picture.

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Topics: Product development, Future of Construction, Ventilation

What is indoor air quality (IAQ)?

By Lars-Åke Mattsson, August 30 2016

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Topics: Indoor Climate

What is BIM?

By Jan Behrens, August 19 2016

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There are probably as many perceptions of Building Information Modelling (BIM), as there are BIM users – or aspirants. Why is that? Probably because the all-embracing idea of BIM relates to so many different stakeholders and provide specific benefits to each of them. So, what really is BIM?

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Topics: Product development, Indoor Climate, Building Products, Future of Construction

How to create an inspiring metal facade

By Johan Andersson, April 22 2016

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When you hear the words metal facade some people immediately come to think of plain industrial buildings that are very well suited for their purpose but not always very attractive or inspiring. Those buildings do exist of course, but you can create the most spectacular facades using metals such as steel and aluminium. In this post I’ll give you a few examples of techniques that can be used to create really striking buildings.

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Topics: Building Products

Will the Internet of Things (IoT) revolutionise the HVAC business?

By Niclas Ivarsson, April 06 2016

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During the last couple of years our lives have been filled with more and more devices that are connected through the internet. Fitness monitors, lightbulbs, door locks and many more things in our homes can now be controlled using the internet. The research company Gartner forecasts that there will be 6,4 billion connected things in the world during 2016 and that the number will increase to 20,8 billion in 2020. We have discussed Internet of Things and smart buildings as a mega trend in an earlier post, but this time we'll go a bit deeper.

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Topics: Future of Construction

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The Lindab blog aims to give you an inside track to our company. We would like to share our knowledge from over 50 years of production for the construction and ventilation businesses.