As Lindab only recently introduced their latest revolutionary invention Lindab UltraLink to the global HVAC business and haven’t even introduced it to the UK market it´s a tremendous achievement to be shortlisted for the 23rd final of the longest running awards in the building industry in the UK.
The H&V News is a free weekly publication for heating and ventilation professionals, one of the prominent building services publications in the UK.
Lindab UltraLink uses ultrasound to measure the exact airflow and temperature in ventilation systems. As the demand for lowering the energy consumption in the building industry increases the importance of being able to measure the exact airflow and only use what is needed and when it is needed also increases - Lindab UltraLink takes the lead.
“It’s amazing really, we hadn’t even launched UltraLink in the UK when we were told it has been shortlisted for the award. It would be a real boost to win, we’re in a tough category but even to reach the finals is an achievement. We know Lindab UltraLink is brilliant but the fact that a panel of industry professionals have recognised this too is great news, it means that we can approach the market with confidence, knowing that we have a truely impressive product”, says Heather Wolfenden Marketing Manager Lindab UK
Product and Marketing director at Lindab Group, Bengt Andersson continues:
“At Lindab we are all extremely excited that out latest innovative product is nominated in such a traditional award show as the H&V with it´s 23rd years of existence. Lindab UltraLink is a great example of the outcome of our focus on innovative products and solutions supporting energy efficiency and the EU 2020 targets. With Lindab UltraLink we put actions behind our strategy and the nomination tells us that we are on the right track and encourages us to continue investing in the products and solution of the future. “
The event is on the 20th April and there are 23 different awards, UltraLink is one of 9 finalists in the Air Movement Product of the Year category.
At Lindab, good thinking is a philosophy that guides us in everything we do. We have made it our mission to create a healthy indoor climate – and to simplify the construction of sustainable buildings. We do this by designing innovative
products and solutions that are easy to use, as well as offering efficient availability and logistics. We are also working on ways to reduce our impact on our environment and climate. We do this by developing methods to produce our
solutions using a minimum of energy and natural resources, and by reducing negative effects on the environment. We use steel in our products. It’s one of few materials that can be recycled an infinite number of times without losing any of its properties. This means less carbon emissions in nature and less energy wasted.