Subjects: Building industry, industry issues
Winner of Lindab's Innovation Prize 2022
EnergiSystems Tellus AB is awarded this year's innovation prize
Lindab and Ecophon in partnership for healthy and sustainable indoor environments
Two industry market leaders, Ecophon Group and Lindab Group, enter a partnership for new indoor environment systems that combines a sound acoustic environment with healthy indoor air.
Lindab receives Career Company 2022 award
The Career Companies Award recognises the employers that offer unique career and development opportunities to recent graduates as well as to young professionals who have been working for a few years. The award is intended to help Swedish university students and young professionals to find their next employer and to reward successful employer branding work.
Lindab introduces app controlled wireless ventilation
Lindab’s new room control system - Ultra BT introduces a new way of controlling and optimizing the ventilation system at room level. It can be installed in existing ventilation systems and with fully integrated Bluetooth technology the operation is controlled wirelessly from Lindab’s OneLink app.
– Since the device connects to existing ventilation systems, it can be installed in segments, maki
Winner of Lindab's Innovation Prize 2021
Fenix Solar is awarded this year's innovation prize from Lindab.
Lindab launches DCV One – an all-in-one supply unit for Demand Controlled Ventilation
Lindab Ventilation AB is delighted to announce the launch of Lindab DCV One an all-in-one room supply unit for demand control ventilation. Being easy to assemble, energy efficient and with eco friendly design DCV One is the room supply unit of tomorrow.
Lindab takes flexibility in chilled beams to new heights
Lindab Ventilation AB is delighted to announce the launch of the Professor XP Active Chilled Beam (ACB), with new innovative battery design and improved flexibility to integrate features such as LED lights and speakers.
Winner of Lindab’s Innovation Prize 2020
Lindab's newly established Innovation Prize is awarded to a company, individual or organization with a connection to the Båstad region, that can demonstrate an innovative and sustainable product or service, with commercial and/or socio-economic potential that can be put into practice.
This year's winner is Båstad Makerspace.
Båstad Makerspace is a creative workshop, aimed at children and
New Software Makes Lindab Pascal Even Smarter
Lindab's intelligent ventilation system Lindab Pascal will soon be even smarter – with the launch of Pascal Operate software this autumn. With an entirely new interface and pre-programmed settings, Pascal Operate makes it even easier to optimise the indoor climate and minimise energy consumption at the same time.
Lindab launches TEKNOsim 6.0
In order to create a perfect indoor climate, it is necessary to take into account both the characteristics of buildings, the needs of users and how external and internal factors interact and affect the indoor climate. These are complex relationships, difficult to calculate if you do not have an effective simulation tool at hand.
Good indoor climate – an investment in children’s future
In Denmark, there is a growing interest in improving the indoor climate in the country’s schools and institutions. St. Michael’s School in Kolding is the latest in a series of schools that have chosen to install a demand-controlled and energy efficient Lindab Pascal ventilation system.
Lindab releases new circular fire damper for faster installation
With Lindab’s latest product, a new generation of circular fire dampers is introduced to the Lindab Protect assortment. The FNC1U has all parts completely integrated, it is light weighted, easy to install and highly effective.
Lindab Innovation Hub kicks off innovation event plan
Lindab Innovation Hub, specialists in indoor climate research and technology, held their first innovation race event in November 2019 as a first step in a series of tailored innovation workshops with the objective of changing the narrative on indoor air quality.
Lindab’s revolutionary ultrasound technology enters the world of wireless connections
In 2015, Lindab introduced a revolutionary product to the ventilation industry. Using ultrasound sensors, Ultralink was able to perform precise measurements of temperature and airflow in ventilation systems, while also reducing energy consumption for the user.
Improving the way we use energy- the need for air leakage legislation
Minimizing duct leakage is an underestimated energy-saving opportunity that can be achieved with no technical restrictions and with minimal effort. This has been well-proven through research, standards, directives, and legislation. It is crucial that the installer has the right education, awareness and that field measurements are performed to ensure minimum leakage and meeting the design values.
Sound measurement that is world class
Lindab has installed one of Europe's best sound labs in Farum near Copenhagen. It has recently been expanded so that it can now be used for sound measurements on virtually all types of products. The laboratory is not only used by Lindab itself but also by external customers that require precise documentation of their products' sound attenuation/absorption, sound power levels, and pressure drop.
Better Safe than sorry
Sometimes projects are extra demanding. Perhaps not in the choice of products or solutions. But rather in the overall project execution, when aspects such as efficiency of installation and lowering of transport cost and minimized carbon dioxide footprint are taken into account.
Indoor climate on the agenda for an entire month at Mindpark in Helsingborg
Lindab Innovation Hub highlights indoor climates with a mini exhibition at Mindpark in Helsingborg. The aim of the exhibition is to increase knowledge of the indoor climate. "We want to raise awareness and get people to reflect on how important this issue is," says Nicklas Friberg, Head of Lindab Innovation Hub.
Lindab opens Innovation Hub in Helsingborg
Lindab is Sweden's leading company in the field of ventilation and indoor climate solutions. Now the organisation is opening a new research and development facility in Helsingborg, Sweden – the Lindab Innovation Hub.
Swedish industrial history celebrated as Lindab turns 60
On February 6, 1959, AB Lidhults Plåtindustri was founded in Grevie in northwestern Skåne by Lage Lindh and Valter Persson. It was the start of the company that 10 years later was named Lindab AB. Since then Lindab has grown to become a multinational company on the stock market. When the company turns 60 on February 6th, a piece of Swedish industrial history will be celebrated at the same time.