The state of the art solution for modular schools and daycares

The C100 is one of our latest modular innovations. It meets all the demands of a modern school or daycare in both comfort and efficiency.

The module delivers many features that teachers and kids will love. That includes sound absorbing panels for a calmer auditory environment, a foyer with an attached bathroom that keeps messy outdoor play from spilling into the classroom and a cosy temperature thanks to waterborne floor heating.

Modern creature comforts come with a low energy bill. Optimal insulation, digitally controlled systems and motion detectors that automatically shut off lights add up to a module that is both environmentally and economically friendly. You can connect the C100 to the efficient heating source of your choice as it functions just as well with district-heating, heat-pumps or pellet burners.

If you need extra space for your kids that's both comfortable and responsible, get in touch to learn more about the C100.

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Product Facts

Load-bearing system

C100 is dimensioned statically for one-floor establishment. The roof structure has strong, laminated wood girders along the perimeter. The modules are therefore free of load-bearing inner walls. Laminated wood pillars at corners transfer loads to the foundations. The roof material is load-bearing profiled sheet metal, while the floor structure is a grid of laminated wood girders.

Water and sewers

System description. C100 is equipped with systems for hot and cold tap water, spill water and heating water. IG and B- modules only have floor heating. C-modules have all of the above systems. External cold water is connected to the C module in WC1. An external tap is situated on the outside at WC1. The spill water plumbing is installed in the floor structure at a gradient. The outlet is placed under the C-module. There is floor heating in all modules, governed by automatic adjusting valves. The C-modules have complementary radiator heating (3 radiators). The furnace in the technology room can produce hot tap water in a 2-step flow-through heater at the same rate that water is consumed. Alternatively, hot tap water can be also be produced by heating coils in the furnace or by an external heat source that is tapped into the system.


System description. All equipment for air treatment is placed in the technology room. The LA01 system incorporates supply and exhaust air fans, a rotary heat exchanger, filters, and a water-borne air heater. Both supply and exhaust air goes through a roof-mounted cowl.

Electrical installations

System description. C-modules have an external electricity meter for direct measurement. Additional C modules can be connected through plinths. C modules have a group central with automatic fuses, situated outside the HWC. The group central has ground fault circuit breakers for every group except water and ventilation electricity installations in the technology room. The group central can be complemented with separate meters for these.


Lighting in the IG and B modules consists of fluorescent armatures mounted to the roof, dimensioned for a lighting level of 500 lux. They have HF equipment for T5 fluorescent tubes. Power consumption is 2 x 28 W and 2 x 14 W. The armatures are equipped with a detection device for human presence, a light sensor and a pull switch. The detection device keeps the light on for 15 minutes after the last detection. The pull switch is used to manually turn off a particular armature. As a standard, the light sensor is not activated. If actuated, it enhances the energy efficiency of the building. C modules have fluorescent armatures mounted to the roof. They have HF equipment for T5 tubes. Power consumption is 2 x 28 W and 2 x 14 W. They have HF equipment for T5 fluorescent tubes. Armatures in the C module also have a built-in PIR detector.

Low voltage

Customer specified. Modules are prepared for the installation of emergency alarms and other telecommunication wiring with wire ladders in all modules.

RWC/HWC alarm

The RWC/HWC has an alarm system that retains the alarm signal until manually reset. It consists of an alarm button near the toilet chair, an alarm bell in the corridor and a reset button at the door.


Incoming water is protected by a pipe-installed heating cable. Gutters can be de-iced by heat cables connected to electric outlets.

Potential equalisation

The C-module is equipped with electric potential equalisation.


All plumbing is installed according to national standards for installation safety and there is seamless plumbing within each floor heating cassette.


Wooden pressure plates and shim frames. Fine adjustment is done with plywood.


The electricity system fulfils all requirements according to the Swedish Electic Safety Authority, norms ELSÄK-FS 2008 : 1-4.