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The review was undertaken to address critical skill gaps in the Cert III course which has been unchanged since the year 2000 although standards and technology have changed significantly during that time.
The EIA described the introduction of higher charge limits for hydrocarbons by the International Electrotechnical Commission (EIC) as a “significant breakthrough”.
The new framework recognises air conditioning and refrigeration as its own specialised trade with license holders expected to hold a Certificate III qualification or equivalent.
Water volume is reduced by up to 30 per cent, saving on water and chemical costs. This helps reduce the operating weight by an average of 16 per cent.
Work will be overseen by a new agency known as Cladding Safety Victoria.
Incorrect setup negatively impacts commissioning times, leads to higher running costs and results in ongoing building control issues which can be difficult to rectify once the building has been handed over.
In recent years, the air conditioning industry has reached new heights in innovation which has led to smarter control interfaces and products.
The EC-Multi-Sensor BLE features a motion detector, light sensor, temperature sensor, and a BLE transceiver that together will enable the wireless control of comfort settings in building spaces.
The novel filter removes fine particles out of the air and could improve indoor air quality and reduce airborne allergens.
The guide series is housed on the CRCLCL’s research legacy portal BuiltBetter.org which also includes all reports, conference papers, journal articles and fact sheets produced over its seven year lifespan.
Steven Worthington, who will continue to serve the combined organization as president of Globe Fire Protection said Victaulic brings additional financial resources to Globe, enabling a greater focus on innovation to support customers.
KNX Association president, Franz Kammerl, said since the introduction of KNX almost 30 years ago, training has been an integral part of the standard's continued success.