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How does indirect evaporative air conditioning work?

Hot air enters the cooling unit on your roof where it is filtered and cooled. A fan then blows cooled air throughout your home. Hot air is forced out through open windows providing your home with a complete change of air at least every two minutes.

SMART, SOPHISTICATED AND INTUITIVE

  • Our evaporative units feature advanced technology achieving the highest cooling performance of any similar air conditioner.
  • Touch screen smart electronic controllers enable you to program each day and help reduce your power bills.

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Our evaporative units feature advanced technology and a range of unique and clever design features that combine to achieve the highest cooling performance of any similar air conditioner.

* Based on approximate running cost figures sourced from publicly available data. Assumes a whole house area of 166 square metres, with 300 hours usage, 60% duty cycle for air conditioners, and an electricity tariff of 28 cents/kWH. Note that evaporative coolers also use water. Correct at time of publishing. 90% running cost saving based on a Breezair 16kW costing $37 per year to run, compared to a reverse cycle 20kW costing $383 per to run (not zoned standard efficiency).

** South East Water Corporation article: ‘How much water do you use’ http://www.southeastwater.com.au, 10/2015. Breezair usage calculation is by Seeley International – based on Melbourne 2005 weather data using 115m2 house with medium to large Breezair evaporative air conditioner unit running for 687 hours per year. Note all figures are based on common use assumptions.

OUR PRODUCT RANGE

We have a wide range of Indirect Evaporative Air Conditioners

to suit every situation and budget.

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