A Solar Cooling Special Technical Group that aims to develop industry practitioner skills, provide solar cooling information and encourage better communication between stakeholders has been launched by the Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating.
Following on from its Transition to low-emission HVAC&R: Issues and solutions discussion paper, AIRAH has launched a proposed PRIME Roadmap for HVAC&R.
AIRAH has released a draft discussion paper, Transition to low-emission HVAC&R: Issues and solutions, for public and industry review.
JEREMY STAMKOS from Total Ventilation Hygiene provides insight into internal cleanliness inspections of HVAC systems – why should they be conducted and what is best practice in this regard?
Total Facilities 2012 speaker, DAVID CHOKOLICH from GHD provides guidance on how to prepare an HVAC maintenance strategy, how to assess the capability of a BMS and how to maintain an HVAC system’s optimisation.
A national seminar series on the revisions to AS 1668 – The use of ventilation and air conditioning in buildings is being hosted by Standards Australia and AIRAH.
The finalists for the 2012 AIRAH Awards have been announced.
AIRAH’s DA27 and DA28 design application manuals have been recognised by the GBCA in Green Star rating tools as appropriate standards for commissioning within the Management category credit criteria for Man-2.
AIRAH has released five fact sheets relating to the new Carbon Equivalent Levy on HFC refrigerant gases.
The Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating (AIRAH) has released a free Methods of Calculating Total Equivalent Warming Impact (TEWI) 2012 best-practice guide.
The Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating (AIRAH) is hosting a national series of free seminars explaining the impact of the carbon-equivalent levy on refrigerants. The levy, which came into effect on 1 July 2012, will potentially impact anyone who owns or operates a refrigeration system.
Nominations have opened for the AIRAH Awards 2012. The nomination process has been revised and restructured so that it’s simpler and more streamlined, and with the language modernised.
The results of a survey and technical review of the NABERS sustainability rating scheme show firm support for the system, but also reveal the requirement for a more streamlined, robust approach.
The Australian Institude of Refrigeration, Airconditioning & Heating (AIRAH) is running an exciting new conference on sustainable building technologies.