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ARBS 2010 in Australia Celebrates New Achievement
The Air Conditioning, Refrigeration Building Services (ARBS) trade exhibition has wrapped up another successful event with a record number of people through the door, a record number of seminars and exhibitors still buzzing from the quantity and quality of attendees. Carel’s managing director, K...
AIRAH Releases Best Practice HVAC Hygiene Guideline
AIRAH engineering manager Phil Wilkinson says building energy use and energy conservation has become increasingly important to owners and system operators. “Maintaining HVAC systems in a clean condition is one essential and fundamental way to ensure these systems are at their maximum efficiency, ...
Daikin Australia Awarded for Australia’s Most Efficient 3 Phase AC
At the 2009 annual AREMA (Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Equipment Manufacturers Association of Australia) Industry Dinner, held on November 12, 2009, Daikin Australia Pty. Ltd. (DAS) was honored for being the supplier of Australia’s most energy efficient 3 phase air conditioner, for its SkyAir .../images/up/News/20104514433313931.jpg
Fujitsu General Launches Ducted Inverter AC in Australia
At the end of January, Fujitsu General began sales in the Australian market of a large-capacity ducted inverter air conditioner (25 kW type) that achieves the industry’s top energy-saving performance. Further enhancing its product lineup, the company also released a 20 kW model that achieves the ind.../images/up/News/20104514392098765.jpg
Australia to Restrict Imiport of HCFC Precharged AC Equipment
As of July 1, 2010, it will be an offense in Australia to import most air conditioning equipment pre- charged with HCFC refrigerant. Unless the equipment has a special exemption, the import of any HCFC pre - charged air conditioning equipment after July 1, 2010 will constitute a breach of import ...
2.10 Australia
The economy of Australia has shrunk in 2008 as consumer demand has weakened owing to tighter credit conditions, higher inflation, and falling asset prices. The constructions of offices and industrial buildings, which used to be very stable, saw a sharp drop last year. Despite these severe conditi...
Australian ARBS on Track for Record Sydney Turnout
The Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Building Services Exhibition (ARBS) – the largest event of its kind in the southern hemisphere – is set to become even bigger, with over 70 per cent of available exhibition space being snapped up in the first three months of sales, as announced in August by th.../images/up/News/20099301752364013.jpg
12. Oceania
The Oceanian market, mostly in Australia, has grown to around 650,000 units consisting of 75% split, 20% window and 5% unitary air conditioners in 2003, but in general, the annual demand varies depending on the summer weather and business situation. The above figures may look conservative since some...
11. Oceania
The Oceanian market, mostly in Australia, was estimated to be around 800,000 units in 2004. The market consists of 75% split, 20% window and 5% unitary air conditioners. However, in general, the annual demand varies depending on the summer weather and business situation. Split air conditioners are d...
12. Oceania
The Oceanian market, mostly in Australia, was estimated to be around 730,000 units in 2005. The market consists of 75% split, 20% window and 5% unitary air conditioners. However, in general, the annual demand varies depending on the summer weather and business situation. Split air conditioners are d...
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