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Find the energy villains and reduce heating costs

The thermal imaging camera is a versatile working tool to say the least. With its detailed thermal images, you can ensure optimal indoor climates for people, equipment and machinery. And, more importantly, you have an opportunity to detect and fix costly energy wasters. Still high electricity prices make this undeniably interesting, right?

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Important moisture measurement in crawl spaces and attics

It is important to inspect certain critical environments at regular intervals in order to detect and remedy any mold problems in good time. In crawl spaces and attics, it is common for moisture to cause microbial growth. Here, experienced moisture consultant Kim Olmås explains how mold develops, how to detect it and what measures to…

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Measurement helps churches minimize costly moisture damage

There are many places in a church that can be exposed to moisture, causing damage to walls and ceilings, furnishings and decorations, textiles and books. An increasing number of parishes and pastorates have started to systematically log moisture and also temperature to avoid costly moisture damage while minimizing heating costs.

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Methods and instruments for measuring indoor climate

What exactly is a good indoor climate? On the one hand, people may have different perceptions of what is acceptable in terms of temperature and draughts. What we call thermal comfort. On the other hand, there are physical measurable quantities such as air temperature, radiant temperature from surfaces, air movement, humidity and so on.

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“With Celsicom we can ensure optimum dehydration climates”

There is growing interest in logging the climate in different environments. This is according to Axel Arleij, moisture expert at Raksystems (formerly Dry-IT), which helps construction and real estate companies to monitor the building climate and investigate the indoor climate. A large number of Celsicom boxes are used to measure temperature and humidity.

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Blower doors for energy-efficient houses

With powerful fans in door panels – known as Blower Doors – Olle Syrén controls at AEM Byggkonsult the airtightness of residential and commercial buildings. Partly because to confirm developers’ energy calculations and to detect any air leakage. – “We see a continued increase in demand for density measurements,” says Olle.

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Balancing heating and ventilation in hospitals

Operation technician Martin Lundin works with the indoor climate at the hospital in Västerås but also at the hospitals in Fagersta, Sala and Köping in Region Västmanland. His constant challenge is to create comfortable indoor environments for both healthcare professionals and patients while keeping energy consumption low.

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