Indoor climate

Dust and various types of emissions make a huge contribution to the increased incidence of allergies. This is why there often is a focus on good indoor climate in new or modernised buildings.

  • Indoor climate labelling
  • Swedish Asthma and Allergy Association
  • Clean room classification
  • Finnish emission classification
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To achieve a good indoor climate:
  • avoid the formation of dust and dust-gathering surfaces and materials
  • avoid materials that have undesirable emissions
  • choose material that can easily be cleaned
  • choose material providing a good acoustic environment
  • choose material and lighting that provides a good light environment
  • air frequently and/or have adapted ventilation
Good indoor climate
The indoor climate has a significant impact on people's health. A poor climate can often trigger allergies and stress related illness.

Indoor environment

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We actually manufacture ceiling and wall materials for premises where people spend time.