Leading test centres
Lindab has some of the industry’s largest and most modern technical laboratories for the testing and measurement of indoor climate and ventilation solutions in Sweden, Denmark, Slovenia and Italy. These laboratories carry out full-scale testing in conjunction with customers to test installed systems. Given the increased focus on indoor climate, which also includes sound and light. These test centres are critical competence centres for the different customer segments.
We have close cooperation with University of Lund, Danish Building Research Institute, Aalborg University Copenhagen and other universities around Europe. And we are very proud that Göran Hultmark is on the Lindab team. Göran has many years of experience within the field of indoor climate, and he has an impressive CV when it comes to research and studies:
Göran Hultmark, Adjunct Professor, Danish Building Research Institute, The Faculty of Engineering and Science, Aalborg University Copenhagen, Department of Energy Performance, Indoor Environment and Sustainability of Buildings (EIS) Research Group of Heating Ventilating and Air-Conditioning and previous R&D Manager at Lindab has participated in numerous studies within this field.
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Publications and References
The impact of green buildings on cognitive function / http://naturalleader.com/thecogfxstudy/
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Joseph G. Allen, DSc, MPH, Principal Investigator, Assistant Professor of Exposure Assessment Science John D. Spengler, Ph.D., Co-Principal Investigator, Akira Yamaguchi Professor of Environmental Health and Human Habitation. Piers MacNaughton, MS roject Manager, Doctoral Candidate Syracuse University Center of Excellence—The Total Indoor Environmental Quality Laboratory (TIEQ) Suresh Santanam, ScD, PE, Co-Investigator, Deputy Executive Director, Syracuse CoE. SUNY Upstate Medical School Usha Satish, PhD, Director, Strategic Management Simulations Institute for Human Performance.
Sick Leave – IAQ Risk of Sick Leave Associated with Outdoor Air Supply Rate, Humidification, and Occupant Complaints. Indoor Air 2000:10. ISSN 0905-6947
Productivity – IAQ Wargocki P., Wyon D.P, Sundell J., Clausein G. and Fanger O. The effects of outdoor air supply rate in an office on perceived air quality, Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) Symptoms and Productivity, Indoor Air, 10, pp 222-236.
M. Frontczak, P. Wargocki, Literature survey on how different factors influence human comfort in indoor environments. Build. Environ. 46, pp. 922-937, 2011.
S.P. Corgnati, M. Gameiro da Silva, R. Ansaldi, E. Asadi, J.J. Costa, M. Filippi, J. Kaczmarczyk, A.K. Melikov, B.W. Olesen, Z. Popiolek, P. Wargocki, Indoor climate quality assessment – evaluation of indoor thermal and indoor air quality. Rehva Guidebook 14. Rehva, Brussels, 2011.
T. Witterseh, Environmental perception, SBS symptoms and the performance of office work under combined exposures to temperature, noise and air pollution, PhD Thesis, Technical University of Denmark, 2001
EN 15251:2007-08,Indoor environmental input parameters for design and assessment of energy performance of buildings addressing indoor air quality, thermal environment, lighting and acoustics. European Committee for Standardization, 2007.
J. Varjo, V. Hongisto, A. Haapakangas, H. Maula, H. Koskela, J. Hyönä, Simultaneous effects of irrelevant speech, temperature and ventilation rate on performance and satisfaction in open-plan offices. Journal of Environmental Psychology 44, pp. 16–33, 2015.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1989. Report to Congress on indoor air quality: Volume 2. EPA/400/1-89/001C. Washington, DC.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1987. The total exposure assessment methodology (TEAM) study: Summary and analysis. EPA/600/6-87/002a. Washington, DC.