Tag: Edifice Engineering

Daikin’s Truganina opening

Daikin’s Truganina opening

Daikin Australia has officially opened its new Daikin Park Melbourne facility in Truganina with a ceremony attended by Daikin dealers and key business partners involved in the development of the site. The warehouse facility of 13,603m2 has been built as a...

Cundall’s zero aim

Cundall’s zero aim

Multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy Cundall has committed to achieving net zero carbon on all its projects by 2030. “As the latest IPCC report stressed, there is no time to waste, and we must start now,” says Cundall Asia-Pacific managing director Julian Bott....

ARBS 2024 Awards

ARBS 2024 Awards

Nominations are now open for the ARBS 2024 Industry Awards, a celebration of distinguished contributions in Australia’s HVAC&R and building services sector. The awards are an integral component of ARBS 2024, Australia’s largest exhibition for air conditioning,...

Talking about third generation

Talking about third generation

Daikin Australia has launched its third generation of Air Cooled R32 Scroll Chillers. The new series features an extended capacity range of up to 1012kW. It is available in two efficiency versions, with EER up to 3.368 and IPLV up to 5.165 and three sound...

New smarts from Testo

New smarts from Testo

Testo has launched a new digital manifold, designed to detect and highlight system anomalies through long-term measurements and smart diagnosis. “For long-term measurements, error analysis is often time-consuming, and yet anomalies frequently remain undetected,” says...

Fantech unveils HRV range

Fantech unveils HRV range

Fantech is now stocking its newest commercial in-ceiling HRV range: the CAD Compact. “Airflows range from 140 to 1150L/s with heat recovery efficiencies around 80 per cent,” says Fantech. “All units have high-efficiency single-phase EC fans – except for the largest...

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