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Built to perform in the harshest climate on earth

When you live in one of the harshest climates on earth, you need a system that's built to handle it.

Choosing a new air conditioner isn't a decision to be taken lightly. There are a lot of factors to consider - the size of your home or office, the number of rooms, whether it's a single or multi-storey building. All of these variables can impact an air conditioner's efficiency and its running costs.

ActronAir is Australia's largest locally owned air conditioning manufacturer, and for over 30 years we have been innovating to produce the best, most energy efficient products possible, specifically designed to operate in Australia's unique climate conditions. With one of the widest product ranges available, we are sure that you will be able to find the right solution for your needs.

   
 


ESP Platinum wins the 2014 Excellence in Sustainability AIRAH Award

Thursday, 27 November 2014

The AIRAH Awards recognise, acknowledge and celebrate the best our industry has put forward for consideration.

By showcasing excellence as it is exhibited in its various forms, AIRAH hopes to help raise the standards overall.
In a way, this is what AIRAH has done since it was established in 1920, and what it will continue to do. 

It is with great pleasure we announce that in recognition of its achievements in energy efficiency, the HVAC&R industry has
awarded Actronair’s ESP Platinum split ducted technology with the AIRAH Award 2014 for Excellence in Sustainability.

The key driving force behind the design of ESP Platinum was to optimise seasonal energy efficiency.It is the most advanced
ducted air conditioner ever built in Australia and offers the lowest running costs in its class.

Testing and energy modelling shows that the ESP Platinum series uses up to 75 percent less electricity compared to
conventional fixed speed systems and up to 50 percent compared to conventional inverter systems.*

*based on laboratory testing, and energy modelling when compared to conventional fixed speed systems.
 

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