The market leader in ventilation, Swegon, released the new ventilation system TELLUS earlier this year. Swegon now reveals that the new public library in Lidköping in Sweden will be the first building where TELLUS will be installed.
”The library building is a perfect example of how TELLUS, as a single system product, can replace several systems and meet all needs”, explains Markus Kalo, Product Manager Systems and Solutions at Swegon. TELLUS will supply the building with ventilation, heating, cooling and hot tap water.
The library which is situated on the ground floor also holds office areas and a cafeteria. The floors above the library contain office as well as residential areas. The different climate needs of the building suits TELLUS as it can meet the concurrent demands of heating and cooling. TELLUS will provide the residential areas with heat and hot tap water, the office areas with cooling and hot tap water at the same time as the library’s’ needs of cooling, heating and hot tap water are met.
It is possible to connect TELLUS to an external heat source as district heating or furnace as back up. In this particular case TELLUS is also connected to the existing district heating system which is not standard since TELLUS usually is totally self-sufficient.
Alf Almqvist, Fyrkantens Ventilation AB and property owner, is very pleased with the choice of TELLUS. The delivery is planned to take place during September.
The picture shows Alf Almqvist, Fyrkantens Ventilation AB and property owner together with Swegons Sales Representative, Jerker Andersson in front of the new library in Lidköping, Sweden.
Swegon AB is a company in the Latour group and manufactures and sells products and solutions for ventilation and indoor climate systems. The Swegon company group has 1350 employees and the turnover is 320 MEUR.