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Change is coming — are you ready?

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Mirko Sauvan, Louna Laurila, Mikael Börjesson & Åsa Norén-Lundh

The building industry must contribute to reaching global climate targets. This Swegon Air Academy webinar will address the need for new ways of doing business to minimize embodied carbon in technical installations in buildings.

The speakers will link IEQ, embodied and operational carbon, EPDs, and circularity in building installations, and give an outlook for future strategies in circularity.


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Are buildings with low humidity really healthy buildings?

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Walter Hugentobler, Pawel Wargocki, Timo Schreck & Mikael Börjesson

The indoor relative humidity levels sometimes drop as low as 10-15% during winter (indoor humidity of 40-60%). Facts, research and findings from the perspective of medicine, indoor environmental quality and building systems, including HVAC & ventilation.


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Acoustics in Ventilation — Taming the Low Frequency Roar

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Tony Olsson, Martin Ottersten & Åsa Norén-Lundh

The role of ventilation is to maintain air quality and comfort for building occupants; however, sound control — low frequency, especially infrasound — is becoming one of the biggest challenges in the HVAC industry. So, how can we control something that we cannot hear?


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Oslo Opera House — Targets, solutions and challenges

Ida Bryn

Webinar recording from Swegon Air Academy, 2017.