Indoor climate

Energy saving measures should only be carried out if the desired indoor climate can be guaranteed. This requires a careful analysis of the factors that can influence the indoor climate.
We help companies and trade associations to develop rules, regulations and guidelines in order to achieve well-functioning systems and required indoor climate. Where laboratory ventilation and safety ventilation is concerned, we have unique experience and competence. We also have access to all the necessary, and often advanced, technical resources when evaluation of safety ventilation is required.


The main reason for installing systems for heating, ventilation and comfort cooling is to ensure a good indoor climate. The requirements regarding indoor climate are stipulated in the design stage and can often be very strict, for instance, in museums, pharmaceutical laboratories and special production facilities. Experience has shown that the stipulated requirement levels are often not met in practice and this could be due to a number of factors. Together with the facility managers and technical staff, we identify possible shortcomings and review the ways in which routines can be improved, etc.
We have many years of experience of development and application of measurement-based methods for:

  • Measurement and analysis of indoor climate;
  • Identification of the causes of problems related to indoor climate;
  • Drawing up measures to improve indoor climate.

Quality assurance
We are fully qualified to assess buildings with especially rigorous requirements in accordance with Swedish and international standards. Examples of buildings and premises are:

  • Cleanrooms for research or sensitive manufacturing;
  • Pharmaceutical laboratories and special production facilities;
  • Laboratories for chemical or microbial research.

Functional inspections
In premises with strict requirements regarding the indoor climate, for example, in museums, pharmaceutical laboratories and special production facilities, etc, it is important to have well-functioning routines for monitoring the indoor climate systems as well as the actual indoor climate.
CIT Energy Management has wide experience and competence when it comes to carrying out measurement-based analyses of technical function, indoor climate and energy performance with respect to:

  • Research and production facilities where hazardous substances are handled;
  • Research and production facilities with very stringent air purity requirements;
  • Indoor climate and air conditioning systems;
  • Components used in heating, cooling and ventilation systems.