The Swedish REGIN Group announced today that it has acquired German DEOS AG, a technology frontrunner in building automation. Both companies have great positions in smart building technologies and share a long and successful history in their respective markets. The joint product offering, including software for building management, will be one of the strongest in the industry.
On April 1st, Regin appointed Mattias Löfqvist as new Managing Director for the Swedish subsidiary, Regin Controls Sverige AB. Mattias succeeds Stefan Blom who will move to the new position of EVP Business Development, where he will use his deep customer, product and market knowledge to accelerate growth in selected markets and companies within the Regin Group.
Self-centering shaft adapter, position indication, and adjustable mechanical limit stop are just a few of the features that come with our brand-new series of RDAS rotary air damper actuators. With smart design for easy installation and configuration, they save time and make your work Ready Steady Go.
PRESSURE-INDEPENDENT CONTROL VALVES are the ideal solution for any modern HVAC system. Besides saving operating costs and being easy to install, they reduce pump power and always ensure the correct flow in partial and full load situations. The valves automatically keep the differential pressure on a constant level, no matter the load conditions. This ensures stable and precise temperature control.
The new DTTH(C) series of 0...10 V duct-mounted transmitters for energy-efficient, demand-controlled ventilation systems is the most recent addition to our extensive range of transmitters. With their extraordinary accuracy, the transmitters ensure stable input values for control of temperature, relative humidity, and CO2 in all kinds of demanding environments.
The DTTH(C) series offer three key benefits in one product.
AB Regin invests in future growth and announces the move of the R&D department from Landskrona to the city of Lund. The new location will be an innovation center for digitalization and automation technology. Here, the future green-tech solutions for smart climate control in real estates aimed at international markets will take shape.
Demand-controlled ventilation (VAV) enables large savings and environmental benefits compared with traditional CAV systems, where only a constant airflow is regulated. Even if the initial cost is higher, you quickly get profitability in the investment. We have interviewed Fredrik Wahlberg, energy engineer and former energy consultant, who explains the facts.