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Dwyer Series TIC thermal imaging camera

07 October, 2012

The Dwyer Series TIC thermal imaging camera allows users to see heat contrasts to prevent plant equipment failures, detect air leaks in buildings and many more applications.

GE LED Snowcone A19 lamp

06 October, 2012

GE Lighting has launched the LED Snowcone A19, an LED lamp tailored for the consumer market. Customised for home lighting, consumers have a choice of a 7 or 10 W lamp, which will deliver nearly the same light output as the incandescent 40 and 60 W bulbs respectively.

IKEA to convert all lighting to LED

03 October, 2012

IKEA is supporting the LED light revolution by converting its full lighting range to LED by 2016 - meaning IKEA will be selling only LED bulbs and LED lamps.

Uniflair Chilled Water room cooling range for data centres

03 September, 2012

Uniflair Chilled Water products offer flexible cooling solutions suitable for any density racked and non-racked IT loads. The products meet the diverse requirements of the data centre environment to provide efficient cooling at the room level.

LED bulb ranges

29 August, 2012

The myAmbiance and myVision range of Philips LED light bulbs are claimed to be able to save up to 80% energy and can be used in existing light sockets.

Otago research to seek energy efficiency in NZ’s transport sector

27 August, 2012

How to create an energy-efficient transport sector is a question about to be tackled by University of Otago researchers in a multimillion-dollar, multiyear project. The university’s Centre for Sustainability has won a bid to run a national project looking at energy uses in New Zealand’s homes, small businesses and transport sector.

Powerstar continues growth with new Australian office

24 August, 2012

EMSc, manufacturer of the Star range of energy-saving solutions, is expanding its international footprint with the opening of a dedicated Powerstar office in Melbourne.

Ilum-a-Lite Light Eco Smart Light

22 August, 2012

Ilum-a-Lite is pleased to announce the Light Eco Smart Light - intelligent lighting that dims or switches on and off as required and is fully programmable.

Uniting the community under one cool roof

29 July, 2012

As one of the first buildings in Australia to showcase Colorbond Coolmax steel, Hervey Bay Community Centre successfully combines environmentally sustainable design principles and a pleasing aesthetic. Its unique ‘island-like’ structure means the building can be viewed from 360° while also making a statement with its thermal efficiency.

Air compressors for a cleaner world

27 July, 2012

In view of soaring energy prices and ambitious climate-protection targets, modern industry is experiencing unprecedented pressure to make production processes as efficient as possible. In addition to this, companies also have to maintain and increase their competitive edge, as well as strive to ensure sustained economic success.

Danfoss ABQM Pressure Independent Balancing and Control Valves (PIBCV)

25 July, 2012

Devex Systems has released the ABQM Pressure Independent Balancing and Control Valve (PIBCV), a high-efficiency balancing solution for heating and cooling systems, manufactured by Danfoss.

How-to guide on lighting bring businesses energy savings

24 July, 2012

Powering lights is 15-25% of the electricity bill for NSW businesses. That cost can be cut by as much as 82% and a new report from the NSW Government shows businesses how.

More than 9 in 10 businesses unaware carbon tax assistance is available

25 June, 2012

Thousands of organisations across Australia are missing out on potential financial aid that could help them combat the impact of the carbon tax, says Energy Action. The start of a new financial year provides an opportunity to review what funding options are available.

Kaeser Sigma Control 2 internal compressor controller

18 June, 2012

The Sigma Control 2 (SC2) from Kaeser is a PC integrated into a compressor. All current Kaeser rotary screw compressors and mobile air compressors are equipped with the product.

ABB electric drives save a record 310 million megawatt hours in 2011

14 June, 2012

Power and automation technology group ABB has released its annual estimate of the savings achieved by its installed base of drives. About 310 million megawatt-hours (MWh) of electric power was saved by ABB drives in 2011, an increase of 19% compared with the previous year.

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