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14.5.2020
Construction work on HögforsGST's new factory has been completed on schedule and the new factory is now fully operational. The new factory adds 3,000 square meters of space, which allows for increased production capacity.
11.5.2020
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10.2.2020

The old hospital environment of Kurjenlinna, built in the 19th century, is undergoing almost a complete transformation. The former hospital that was left to decay is currently being redeveloped for residential and office use, where history and state-of-the-art technology meet seamlessly.

10.2.2020
The construction project for the new plant, which began in April 2019, has reached its final stage. HögforsGST's production facilities in Leppävirta will expand with a production area of ​​over 3,000 square meters, which will allow for increased production and increased investment in energy efficiency technology.
10.2.2020

We have upgraded our Unis 25-2R, 100-2RF and 150-2RF substations to meet our customers’ high needs even better. Quality, reliability and improved operating ergonomics are at the heart of the upgrades. Our upgraded substations are now more robust to install, easier to handle and easier to maintain.

3.2.2020

A new apartment building with 80 apartments and an old block of approximately 50 apartments will both consume about 1,000,000 euros worth of district heating over the next 20 years!

Blogs

21.4.2020 -
As property-specific energy-saving technologies evolve, energy renovations are more profitable than ever. Planning your renovation well ahead can save you a lot of money and stress.
17.2.2020 -
In the springtime, as apartment house companies’ annual meetings are getting closer, it is the right time to reflect on the future of the property. How to keep the living costs under control? What about comfort, could it be improved in any way? How about the value of the property?
28.1.2020 - Juha Virkki

In this article, we will elaborate on the operation of a geothermal and exhaust heat recovery system, and in particular their heat pumps. Geothermal is a technology that transfers heat from the ground to the house and heat recovery transfers heat from the exhaust air to the house.

24.1.2020 - Jussi Sjöström
A heat recovery project is extensive and has a comprehensive impact on property technology. Here are answers to the most frequently asked questions!
19.2.2017 - Antti Hartman

Poor indoor air is relatively common. Studies show that more than half of residents in apartment blocks suffer from indoor air problems. When looking at the apartment building stock in more detail, the problem is especially true for older houses with either gravity or mechanical exhaust ventilation. In general, the problem is insufficient ventilation. In newer properties, the problem is smaller, because ventilation has been increased in building regulations over the