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Dehumidification in Australian Buildings

Health and comfort

Humidity control is one of the problems that originally spurred the need for air conditioning. Lack of humidity control in hot, humid climates can lead to mould growth and other moisture-related problems that can lead to health and comfort problems.

Modern air conditioners dehumidify as they cool, but this dehumidification is incidental to their main job of controlling temperature. They cannot independently control both temperature and humidity.

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Affordable School Cooling – Now and for the Future

A student’s overall comfort level in a classroom will affect their concentration levels and in turn, determine how much information they can absorb.

Classroom heating and cooling is something schools have struggled to get right throughout many states in Australia. Particularly in places that host quite extreme weather conditions. It’s common practice for teachers to wear trench coats in winter while they teach and for kids to require a ‘hose off’ in Australia’s scorching hot summers.

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Geothermal or Air Source Heat Pumps?

What’s the best heating and cooling choice for Australian conditions? - As designers and installers of radiant heating and cooling systems we hear some outlandish claims about the performance of geothermal heating and cooling systems. For example “By using the constant earth temperatures, a geothermal system can cut up to 75% off your energy bill”.

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