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Ventilation and indoor climate of the future

By Nicklas Friberg, November 14 2018

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In the past few years, the general public's interest in and knowledge of ventilation and air quality have increased. At the same time, major players on the market have started to understand that customised indoor climate solutions lead to great energy savings. Demand-driven ventilation is becoming more and more sought-after while the products have evolved and become more intelligent with new features. In the future, the public is predicted to become more interested in air quality and indoor climate, and knowledge also comes with a set of requirements.

In this blog post you can read my thoughts and ideas on how we will look at ventilation in the future.

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Topics: Indoor Climate, Ventilation, Future of Construction

How to choose a diffuser?

By Johan Land, October 31 2018

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We all have our individual preferences in life and that certainly also counts for the indoor climate. The most visible part of a ventilation system is the diffusers making sure the air is distributed as gently and comfortably as possible, but which one should you choose?

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Topics: Ventilation, Indoor Climate

What is a typical day of a ventilation installer like?

By Daniel Tingvall, October 17 2018

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The duties of a ventilation installer are varied and challenging. As well as installing ventilation products, logistics and cooperation with other players in the construction process are an important part of the day’s work. I met ventilation installer Oscar Macaya (on the right in the photo) one morning on a construction site in the south of Stockholm to talk about his daily work.

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Topics: Ventilation

Money floods out of our buildings

By Johan Rasmussen, 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: Air Tightness, Ventilation, Energy efficiency, Energy consumption, Tightness class D, Lindab

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

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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.