HVAC Equipment Market , Air Conditioning , Ventilation ; End-use Application: Residential, Commercial, Industrial - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2015 - 2023
Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) equipment implement heating or cooling for residential, industrial or commercial buildings. The HVAC systems also provide fresh outdoor air to remove interior airborne contaminants such as volatile organic compounds and odors emitted from interior furnishings or various cleaning chemicals among others. The HVAC equipment are anticipated to penetrate into both residential and commercial market segments in the coming years.
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Adelaide school taps geothermal energy for pool heating, air conditioning
A school in South Australia will become the first in the state to tap geothermal energy to provide cheaper, renewable heating and cooling for its indoor pool facility.
St Peters College, in Adelaide, will have a geothermal energy system designed and installed by Sydney-based company, GeoExchange Australia, to heat its pool and provide air conditioning for the building housing the pool.
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Panasonic’s gas-fired GHP VRF system has been installed to provide heating and cooling for new offices of real-estate organisation Savills in the centre of Dublin to overcome the problem of the availability of electricity in a city where the grid is operating at capacity. The new office is in a famous listed building and accommodates 170 staff. The load on the GHP system is 243 kW.
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Metropolitan Fire Services issues warning over cooling units after family escapes fire in Elizabeth East
FIREFIGHTERS are warning homeowners to service air conditioners before the heat returns after a fire damaged a northern suburbs home this morning.
Multiple people contacted the Metropolitan Fire Service this morning, alerting them to a blaze in an airconditioning unit at a house on Catalina Rd, Elizabeth East, just before 7am.
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Simple ways to save on heating costs
The winter chill is in the air in the Piedmont, and as temperatures go down -- heating bills go up. However, there are simple things you can do right now to keep the heat in your home and money in your wallet.
Brent Guthrie is an HVAC service manager with Johns Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Guthrie says simple things can lead to savings over time.
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