The plastic nozzles of our air terminal devices are replaced with biocomposite

One example of how we have sustainability issues at the core of product development is how the plastic parts of our air terminal devices have been replaced with biocomposite. The carbon dioxide emissions of the new, biodegradable material is only one-tenth compared to the previous material.

“A 90% smaller carbon footprint is a fact that matters! Similar measures to reduce the carbon footprint will also be sought in the future,” says Pekka Huhtela, business director of air terminal devices at Climecon.

While the environmental impact of the nozzles has been brought to a significantly lower level, the appearance of the nozzles has also improved even further. The mold used in the manufacturing of the nozzles was subjected to a spark treatment, thanks to which the nozzle blends in with the matte surface of the nozzle duct, and the end result is finished.

Nozzles are used, for example, in displacement diffusers, nozzle ducts, and diffusers that come into walls and ceilings, which accumulate a lot over time. At larger sites, the use of biocomposite has a significant impact on managing total emissions.



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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Our work as carbon neutral company

Our economy and society are still built on nature. For this reason, the contribution of the whole society is needed to prevent climate change and to protect biodiversity. At Climecon, we want to be involved in solving climate challenges, and we have been a carbon-neutral company since 2020. That’s what we are this year too. However, the work against climate change continues, and we want to take steps toward an even more responsible operation.

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