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Sign up and have a chance to win the our book “AIR – Swegon Air Academy”!
June 17, 2016

Sign up and have a chance to win the our book “AIR – Swegon Air Academy”!

A new lottery annoucement! Those who sign up (or have already) to “Follow Us” (link to the form here, just fill information about you) will have a chance to win our best book “AIR – Swegon Air Academy”. The winner will be annouced on Friday 24th of June!

The book has 600 pages and was written by a number of distuingshed experts in ventilation, energy and indoor climate fields such as: Jan Vilhelm Bakke, Lars EkbergOlli Seppänen, Enno Abel, Kjell Aleklett, Per-Erik Nilsson, Martin Hedberg, Rasmus Waern, Gert Wingard, Johnny Andersson, Arne Elmroth, Hans Arvidsson, Lars Bylund, Hans Arvidsson, Anders Svensson, Sten Olaf Hanssen, Thore Bertilsson, Lennart Jagermar, Gunnar Berg, Mats Berglund, Gunnar Svensson, Anders Svensson, Nils Spets, Henrik Ebeklint, Eva Sikander and Conny Nilsson

Ventilare necesse est
A closer look is taken at indoor climates from a medical perspective and at how the indoor environment can contribute towards improved efficiency and performance.

Economic and social responsibility
Why do we time and again make the same mistake and favour short-term economic gains over long-term overall benefits? Are profitability and social responsibility mutually compatible?

Energy and the outdoor environment
Here, we take a close look at how climate change is affected by our everyday use of energy. Experts on climate and the environment express their views on the possible consequences suggested in eleventh-hour reports in worldwide media.

The indoor environment – in a wider sense
The indoor environment is about more than just air. This part of the book discusses factors such as acoustics, lighting, colour and form  – factors that strongly influence our total perception of the indoor environment.

Air handling processes and the indoor climate
Follow the passage of air from outdoor intakes and via typical air handling systems to its final destination – air-conditioned rooms – with full accounts of what happens on the way. How can we create truly efficient systems that correspond to clients’ and tenants’ demands?