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New construction

In the EU, all newly-constructed buildings must be so-called near-zero energy buildings as of 2022. In addition, buildings are increasingly being constructed in accordance with different environmental certifications, including BREEAM and LEED, imposing even higher demands on energy efficiency. An energy-efficient building needs to be as airtight as possible and have a high degree of insulation. An airtight building consumes little energy, although this in turn requires efficient ventilation for the building to be able to breathe.

Highest air tightness

Lindab's products are of the highest air-tightness class, which makes them suitable for buildings with high demands on efficient ventilation.

Lindab Safe and Lindab Safe Click are our range of air ducts with tightness class D. 

Demand controlled ventilation

With the help of demand controlled ventilation, the air can be directed to where it is needed most, providing high-quality indoor air while reducing energy consumption.

DCV One is one example of our offering for demand controlled ventilation. DCV One distributes the air through the ceiling. It senses how the room is used and controls how much air that should flow through the system for optimal air quality.

Sound reduction

One important aspect for indoor comfort is the noise level in the room. High-quality silencers are a key part in a ventilation system to create a good indoor environment.

Lindab offers circular and rectangular sound attenuators for different needs. In our R&D center in Denmark we are specialised in solutions for sound reduction and have a large sound laboratory where our products are tested.

Sustainability certifications

Sustainability certification of a building means that the environmental work and the building’s environmental performance are reviewed by self-inspection or by a third party. Lindab offers a wide range of products that are aligned with the certification requirements for BREEAM, LEED, DGNB and others.