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Airmaster and Daikin Join Forces

Airmaster Australia today announced it has entered into an agreement for the company to become fully owned by Daikin Australia Pty Ltd, a subsidiary of Daikin Industries Ltd.

This acquisition brings two of Australia’s most respected companies together based upon principles of mutual respect and shared values. Both Airmaster and Daikin…

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100 Queen Street features in AIRAH’s HVAC&R magazine

Melbourne’s 100 Queen Street is typical of many of the city’s buildings currently undergoing refurbishment.
Built in 1993 to complement the restoration of the heritage-listed former Melbourne Stock Exchange and ES&A buildings, the 37-storey commercial office tower’s original mechanical-services plant were due for upgrade being near to the end of their…

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Avoiding the Fall: The classic pitfalls of commercial air conditioning and how to avoid them

Airmaster’s Director of National Projects, Neil Dickson recently contributed to AIRAH’s Ecolibirum publication as one of the leading HVAC practitioners discussing the pitfalls of commercial air conditioning.

Although Australia’s HVAC industry is generally a high-performing one, fundamental errors in design and installation continue to occur for a variety of old and…

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Cooling Tower Systems – Taking a modern, proactive approach to reducing the risks associated with Legionnaires’ Disease

Cooling towers are a common component of HVAC equipment, designed to dispose of unwanted heat from an air conditioning system when paired with a water-cooled chiller or condenser. They are a highly efficient and economical means of heat rejection across larger scale air-conditioning and refrigeration plants. For buildings of 10…

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Airmaster raise much-needed funds for HeartKids

Clients and staff of Airmaster were recently invited to attend a day out on Sydney Harbour to help raise much-needed funds for HeartKids Australia.

HeartKids is a registered Health Charity dedicated to providing support to families of children with heart disease, be it congenital (born with) or acquired. Their work involves not…

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