Good News from Climecon’s Marine Business

Climecon has developed together with world’s leading cruise ship kitchen manufacturer SeaKing the series of hoods for TUI’s new cruise ships. The series of hoods is based on Demand Based Ventilation Technology and the most advanced UV technology available in the market. The hoods include demand based automatic wash system, that is integrated inside the hoods.

The demand based ventilation means that the the exhaust air is only used when needed. The intelligent system monitors the action and loads of the kitchen. Based on this information, the exhaust air and UV units are automatically turned on or off. In addition the solution is very easy to maintain and it saves a a lot of energy.

The utilization rate of kitchens in the cruise ships is usually very high. When the utilization rate is high, the accumulation of cooking grease on the inner surfaces of the hoods and the exhaust air ducts increases. Climecon´s purification solutions that use the combined effect of ultraviolet light and ozone keep the ducts clean and grease does not accumulate in the exhaust air ducts. In addition to the automated wash system keeps the surfaces clean that are not covered with the UV light. This means that the hoods developed for TUI’s cruise ships fullfill even the highest hygiene standards.


Our air terminal devices have received the Design from Finland label

Products and services bearing the “Design from Finland” mark have been designed in Finland in a professional, responsible, and user-oriented manner. The label can be awarded to companies investing in Finnish product design. All our products are designed and manufactured in Finland at factories in Kausala and Pihtipudas, while sales, marketing, and customer service are based in Helsinki.

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The carbon dioxide emissions of the OLO series have been reduced by up to 23%

Sustainable and environmentally friendly business practices guide everything we do. That’s why our product development strives to reduce the carbon footprint of our products whenever possible. Such measures include, for example, changing the product and packaging materials to more environmentally friendly ones, optimizing the use of materials, and optimizing the use of water and energy in manufacturing. Our OLO diffusers are a perfect example of environmentally friendly product development.

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Climecon’s CEO is taking part in a round-the-world sailing trip

Climecon is known for its “getting things done”-attitude, but sometimes it’s time to take a break. Climecon CEO Tommi Uksila will participate in the Ocean Globe Race 2023 sailing competition around the world. During Tommi’s sailing, Mikko Erikson, head of the sales team and head of the air purification business, will act as the CEO’s deputy. Mikko has been in the Climecon team for a long time and is certainly a familiar face to many. Tommi’s absence does not cause changes in Climecon’s services or operations.

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