In HVAC world, there is some much to read, to follow, to share …
In today´s world, there is so much happening, especially in HVAC world! There is so much information being published at once and on many different platforms (newspapers, online magazines, websites, social media, and so on). However, it is challenging to decide what deserves attention. But the time is precious, and one cannot read it all, as it would take ages, decades and maybe even centuries.
How to choose what to read about HVAC?
There are timeless sources one can follow. It could be an association, a researcher or a company. And the way to follow it is more up to everyone´s liking: some of us like a paper (traditional newspaper, book, and magazine on paper). And another person prefers online (online websites, online journals, and newsletters, etc.).
We follow HVAC knowledge!
Swegon Air Academy has a long-standing relationship with knowledge and sharing. And Swegon Air Academy answer to HVAC knowledge is to follow these sources – international associations, national organizations, and interesting projects:
– REHVA (Federation of European Heating and Air-conditioning Associations) www.rehva.eu
– ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers) www.ashrae.org
– CIBSE (Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers) www.cibse.org
– Eurovent www.eurovent.eu
– SCANVAC (Scandinavian Federation of Heating, Ventilation, and Sanitary Engineering Associations in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden) www.scanvac.eu
– Svensk Ventilation * in English: Swedish Association of Air Handling Industries www.svenskventilation.se
– EMTF (Energi- och Miljötekniska Föreningen) * in English: Swedish Society of Energy and Environmental Technology (SwedVAC) www.energi-miljo.se
– Astma- och Allergiförbundet * in English: Swedish Asthma and Allergy Association www.astmaoallergiforbundet.se
– BUILD-UP (The European portal for energy efficiency in buildings) www.buildup.eu
– iSERVcmb (Inspection of HVAC systems through continuous monitoring and benchmarking) www.iservcmb.info
There is so much HVAC knowledge from other sources!
But there is more, so do not be afraid to venture outside your comfort and read, educate and enjoy HVAC knowledge. My tip is also to follow your favourite researchers or colleagues, and many of these people are Swegon Air Academy Lectures (link here).
And more HVAC knowledge here!
- Test your knowledge about DCV with CIBSE and Case Study Engelsons!
- More than 30 videos with valuable knowledge on different topics are available!
- New REHVA guidebook on residential ventilation!
- CIBSE Book for Buildings for Extreme Environments for Cold Climates!
- SWEGON AIR ACADEMY BOOKS: AIR, Simply EPBD, Simply GREEN, and HISTORY of Ventilation Technology!