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Torbjörn Bruzelius

Torbjörn is the Product Manager for Ventilation Products. His knowledge in ventilation runs really deep after being at Lindab for more than 30 years.
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A certified step towards sustainability

By Torbjörn Bruzelius, January 31 2018

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Lindab has managed to fulfil the highest criteria and is now certified by Eurovent for our duct systems Lindab Safe and Lindab Safe Click. I hope this recognition of our work will raise the overall production standards of ventilation and take us one step closer to a more sustainable future.

According to the EU, buildings are responsible for 40 per cent of all energy consumption in the member states. Ventilation is one important contributing factor and in any building, whether it be a school, a commercial property or a private house, the ventilation system constitutes approximately 30 per cent of the total energy consumption. Even though ventilation requires energy to work, poorly functioning systems often lead to unnecessarily high consumption. Duct systems that have not been assembled in a correct manner or fittings that do not fit are reoccurring problems that result in air leakage and high costs.

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Topics: Eurovent, Certification, Raising the standard, Lindab Safe, Lindab Safe Click, Air Tightness, Tightness class D, Duct systems

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

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: Ventilation, Future of Construction, Product development

How does your Christmas tree affect your indoor air quality?

By Torbjörn Bruzelius, December 08 2015

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The holidays are upon us again and for many of us there is no better way of getting into the Christmas spirit than bringing in a Christmas tree. A tree brings so much to the Christmas feeling with its lights, decorations and distinct scent of pine. But can your Christmas tree affect your indoor air quality negatively and even be a hazard to your health? If that is the case, what can you do about it?

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Topics: Indoor Climate

5 facts about indoor air quality

By Torbjörn Bruzelius, October 21 2015

5 facts about indoor air quality

Indoor air quality is getting a lot of attention these days and most of us would agree that the air we breathe is important. But have you ever thought about why it is important? Here are 5 facts about indoor air quality that explains why it is important with a good indoor climate.

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Topics: Indoor Climate

Keeping it tight – the importance of air tight ducts in ventilation systems

By Torbjörn Bruzelius, September 25 2015

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The indoor climate effects your health and your productivity as we have covered in another blog post. But did you know that it also effects your economy? How is that, you might wonder. There are a number of ways that it effects your economy such as installation costs, but in this post we will focus on something that we at Lindab put a lot of effort into – air tightness.

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Topics: Sustainability, Indoor Climate

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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.