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Climate Control News
June 2019
In the News
Global celebration 06
The inaugural World Refrigeration Day (WRD) will be held on June 26, 2019.
Kirby 2.0 10
Heatcraft has announced a new trading name as part of an Australia-wide rebrand.
Building innovation 10
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is set to redefine building automation.
Fan efficiency 12
Ziehl-Abegg gets serious about the new Fan Energy Index (FEI) which was introduced last year to measure energy efficiency.
Skyscraper win 15
LG Australia has been selected to provide air conditioning for the 88-storey Aurora building in Melbourne.
This month
R404A toolkit 20
Danfoss has compiled an inventory
of tools to help transition from R404A.
Refrigerant selection 24
Engas managing director,
Selwyn Wallace, provides tips
on how to select the right refrigerant.
Boilers & Heating 26
A new report looks at industrial energy savings by replacing gas-fired boilers with industrial heat pumps.
Renewables feature 30
2018 was a record breaking year for renewables in Australia, according to the latest clean energy snapshot.
Save the world 34
Instead of air conditioners contributing to climate change, scientists have a plan to make them part of the solution.
Introducing Toshiba’s
T-Zone Air. A zone controller that will help save on energy consumptionbyallowingzoningto onlythoseroomsyourequire,while reducing wear and tear on mechanical and electronic components. T-Zone Air is an optional extra that can be retro fittedtoexistingToshibaductedair conditioners or installed
on a new Toshiba Ducted Air Conditioning system.
Refrigerants Feature
Its almost 18 months since the HFC phasedown was introduced in Australia. CCN talks to wholesalers, government, trade bodies and contractors to get an update on progress to date.

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