Lindbäcks Bygg, Photographer: Per Pettersson

819 Industrial Installation Engineering, Part 2

Published: 24 August 2012

The project aims to analyze the new installations that have better energy efficiency than current solutions. A theoretical analysis of the system is supplemented with field testing of the systems where measurements will show the actual effectiveness.

Area: Industrial wood construction
Budget: 800 000kr
Timetable: January 2011 - June 2012
Project Manager: Erik Lindbäck, Lindbäcks Bygg

Background

During 2007-2010, the project Industrial Installation Engineering conducted by TCN with several project partners (Lindbäcks, Moelven ByggModul, Setra Plusshus, Norvag and Martinsons in varying degrees). Installation Systems is a difficult area to pursue development in because suppliers motivation to meet the individual requirements of housebuilders is limited since they are too small a part of the sales volume to justify the development of new products.


The focus has therefore been on combining existing technologies in new ways to create effective solutions. In the previous project, a measurement system for media was installed and tested. The measuring system allows continuous monitoring of the consumption in the building. Furthermore, splicing of horizontal installations has been developed by using complete systems available on the market and thereby increases the degree of prefabrication. The work needed on site has thus been reduced and the heating system can be put into operation quickly. A theoretical analysis of ventilation systems and their efficiency, hot water circulation heating and solar and wind energy have also been implemented. It is this last part that needs to be strengthened in the project.


Energy requirements in has recent years gradually tightened and now the EU has decided to fr.om 2019, all new buildings should be NNE-buildings (Near Zero Energy). Today the installation systems account for much of the energy used in a building (and much of the cost of production)  a continued development in the installation area is of great interest to strengthen the competitiveness of wood constructions.The project "New energy requirements - new installation system" will focus on analyzing and testing new installation system that provides better energy efficiency for buildings, especially in cold climates.

Purpose, objectives and boundaries

The project aims to analyze new installations that have better energy efficiency than current solutions. A theoretical analysis of the system is supplemented with field testing of the systems where measurements will show the actual effectiveness. The focus will be on building in a cold climate.

Previous projects in the field

 

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