The indoor climate system of the future
The Round House in Jönköping has been equipped with the temperature-equalising chilled beam system, Solus.
The Round House offices
In Munksjöstaden, in southern Sweden, a new landmark for the city was erected in the form of the 16-storey office building Runda Huset- The Round House. It is not only an architectural landmark, it was also a milestone for a completely unique, indoor climate technology: the Lindab Solus system.
Lindab Solus moves energy from cooled to heated rooms, mixing and recirculating the temperate water instead of constantly cooling or heating it as in traditional systems.
"We see Solus as a very exciting solution and something that clearly represents the future of indoor climate systems"
- Gunnar Järvhammar from the property owner Tolust.