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EQUIPMENT

Due to the situation with the Covid-19 pandemic opening hours and availability in the equipment room has been changed temporarily, until further notice.


Equipment loans will be strictly limited, and by appointment only.
Absolutely necessary loans can be applied for.
Please consider if it’s necessary to borrow things right now, or if it can wait.
As crowding needs to be avoided, time for appointment must be booked beforehand.
Send applications to and make reservations by mail, in good time, to Sophie, sophie [dot] ljungblom [at] khm [dot] lu [dot] se


The loaning period is still limited to Monday AM (loans out) to Friday AM (returning loans). No loans over weekends at the moment. Courses and degree exhibitions have priority and are allowed longer loans.


To borrow you must open a loaning account. You deposit 600 SEK (once) and read and sign the current loan-agreement. The deposition will be refunded after finished studies to your bank account, provided you have no current loans or debts.

If you don't return things on time you'll be suspended from loans for as long as the delay has lasted. For delays in returning photo-, video- or sound-equipment another two weeks will be added to that suspension.

You are personally responsible for the equipment you borrow and thus liable to pay compensation in case of damage or loss. Therefore it is recommended that you have a householder´s insurance. Check carefully what is covered by your particular insurance company. Don't lend equipment that you have borrowed to someone else. When a loan is registered on you, you're personally responsible for items not getting lost or broken.