Advanced technology, finished design, and responsibility are combined in the ventilation solutions at our FinnBuild fair stand

New products, tips for design and selection programs, the most stylish domestic ventilation solutions, and advanced technology are presented at our FinnBuild stand 6d60. Fair visitors also have the opportunity to learn about the long-term sustainability work of our carbon-neutral company. Additionally, our extremely good attitude doesn’t leave anyone cold – there is definitely something for everyone!

Introducing EPD-verified ventilation solutions

The most commonly used terminal devices and hoods from our selection are now within the scope of the Rakennustietosäätiö’s Environmental Product Declaration. The RTS EPD verification is an environmental statement, in which environmental impact throughout the product’s life cycle has been researched, including the products’ carbon footprint. We are the first Finnish company to conduct such extensive verification for ventilation solutions.

Carbon neutral valves – LINE Accoya

The Accoya wooden valves of the LINE series for residential ventilation are the first carbon-neutral valves in ventilation. The criteria for the South Pole Climate Neutral Label were used in the certification. After minimizing emissions, the carbon dioxide output of the product during its entire life cycle remains only 2.53 kg, which is compensated.

Get to know John Nurminen Foundation at Climecon’s booth

Come and familiarize yourself with the John Nurminen Foundation’s activities on the first day of the fair. Ari Rytkönen tells about of the 30-year-old Foundation, its cooperation with us, and how concrete actions are aimed at the well-being of the Baltic Sea and the preservation of its cultural heritage.

UV technology in professional kitchen air purification for over 20 years

The four-stage cleaning of our hoods, combining two different UV lights, ozone, and mechanical separation, has been used to clean the air in professional kitchens for over two decades. Constantly developing CleanMaster hoods and ventilation ceilings crown our range of solutions for professional kitchens.

Automatic selection of terminals speeds up planning with Vent.X

Enter the dimensions of the space, the total air volume, and the space type, and you will receive automatic suggestions for terminal devices for the site. The renewal of the terminal equipment selection and dimensioning program Vent.X turns ventilation design on its head in MagiCAD and Revit softwares.

Ventilation turns demand-based with MyAir

With the help of the intelligent ventilation system MyAir, the mechanical exhaust ventilation of an apartment building is changed into need-based. The new MyAir control gives the resident the power to adjust the ventilation of their own apartment opening up tremendous possibilities for energy savings.

The LINE collection brings new materials to ventilation

In addition to Accoya wood valves, the LINE series offers opal glass and painted steel valves. Customization is possible by attaching the desired material to the LINEc part. We developed the valves of the series as part of the interior with design professionals.


Three ways UV lamp choice affect maintenance costs in professional kitchens

The use of UV light in professional kitchen air purification is common, but in terms of efficient grease purification and life cycle costs, selecting the right technology makes all the difference. We list three factors of UV applications that help in controlling maintenance costs and make the work of the kitchen staff easier.

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Factors of extract air cleaning in professional kitchens

Achieving a high level of extract air cleanliness plays a major role in reducing cleaning and maintenance costs and increase fire safety of the premises. Additionally, clean extract air can be utilized with heat recovery ventilation systems.

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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.

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