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Indoor air quality: Systemair supplies sustainable HVAC solutions

As an official sponsor of the Swedish pavilion, Systemair will showcase state-of-the-art products that ensure visitors can enjoy healthy indoor air quality in an energy-efficient manner.

von | 12.07.21

Morten Schmelzer, Technical Marketing Director, Systemair Group, showcasing one of the Geniox AHUs located at the roof of the Swedish Pavilion. (Photo: Systemair AB)

The Systemair Group is proud to be the official sponsor of the Swedish pavilion at Expo 2021, which is set to take place in Dubai (UAE) from 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022. Systemair and Frico, its daughter company, will showcase modern climate solutions that will ensure visitors of the pavilion are able to breathe clean air and enjoy the cool climate in a smart and sustainable manner. The companies will also be organising several exciting events aimed at educating stakeholders on the importance of achieving optimum indoor air quality without compromising on energy efficiency.

Products for healthy indoor air

Morten Schmelzer, Technical Marketing Director, Systemair Group, said, “As proud sponsors of the Swedish pavilion, we want to ensure visitors can benefit from healthy and comfortable indoor climate. Keeping this in mind, we have carefully selected the products that will ensure fresh air supply, which is especially crucial in view of COVID-19. Our solution also offers a minimum of 50% lower electrical power consumption and sustainable cooling recovery as high as 65%, which is unique for the Middle East. Lastly, the products are in line with the latest high European and ISO standards, which enables the best possible IAQ with minimum energy utilisation.”

A special sorption cooling recovery system

Systemair supplied ten of its high-end Geniox AHUs with state-of-the-art control systems to meet requirements of the local ambient conditions, as well as the spatial challenges posed by the unique design of the structure. Systemair also supplied a sorption cooling recovery system with special material on the heat recovery wheel, along with fan coil units, one Sysaqua 170 chiller, and one roof fan, DVG EC560. The pavilion features two of the latest generation air curtains from Frico, installed in the shop and the cafeteria.

VIP keynote event about healthy indoor air

Systemair and Frico will hold a VIP keynote event and reception night during the Expo featuring global leading experts discussing trends and innovations relating to the next generation of sustainable HVAC. There will also be an exclusive workshop that will elaborate on how stakeholders can leverage advanced technical solutions to obtain healthy indoor air in their projects, while saving energy in their projects. To learn more about the events and activities planned throughout the Expo, follow Systemair on LinkedIn for latest updates.

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