Ruden has created the HEAT concept to store and recover seasonal waste heat from industrial processes, turning bedrock into large-scale natural thermal batteries. The stored heat can be recovered whenever needed.
Ruden uses technology from the oil and gas sector to provide clean, geothermal heating to buildings. Ruden’s LEAT system is more energy efficient and less invasive than traditional systems.
A new method from Vartdal Plast makes it possible to recycle concrete infused with expanded polystyrene, cutting the costs and environmental footprint of both the demolition and construction of buildings.
The DeltaV-Seal gasket safeguards employees, assets and the environment at industrial production facilities where liquids or gases are kept under pressurised control.
The Fonn Construction site management tool provides all building project participants with easy access to up-to-date information. This improves communication, helping to avoid delays, mistakes and unnecessary resource use.
The N3zones clean-off system is based on entrance mats from discarded fishing nets and IoT-enabled vacuum cleaners. It improves indoor air quality, cuts CO₂ emissions and paves the way for smarter buildings.
Pinovo develops closed-loop surface preparation equipment that reduces waste and pollutants from abrasive blasting. The equipment is certified for offshore use.
Using additive manufacturing, Fieldmade is quickly becoming a game-changer in the spare parts supply chain. It reduces the need for warehousing and global shipping in the energy sector.