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Port Adelaide Boatfest

Posted by nationalairgroup on 20 September 2018
Port Adelaide Boatfest

National Air Conditioning is proud to be a sponsor of the Port Adelaide Boatfest in October and wish the organising committee every success with the event.

 

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Crane Lift at School

Posted by nationalairgroup on 7 May 2018
Crane Lift at School

National Air conditioning engaged a 90 tonne crane with 15 tonne of counterweight  to lift 3 units onto a school roof at Gulfview Heights.The crane had a lift height of 65 mtrs (195ft) and a reach of 42 mtrs (126ft ) to reach the furthest unit location


The units weighed 600kg each so the crane was nearing max reach capacity on the furthest unit . A closer location could not be found as the school is surrounded by green zone of trees

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Encounter Lutheran School Tech Centre

Posted on 8 August 2016
Encounter Lutheran School Tech Centre

National Air Conditioning recently completed the installation of Air conditioning, compressed air and dust extraction systems at the Encounter Lutheran School Tech Centre at Victor Harbor.

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20 years at National

Posted by nationalairgroup on 16 June 2016
20 years at National

Congratulations to our longest employee Sarah Watson on over 20 years of loyal service and committment to National Air Conditioning.

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Hypoxic Chamber SA Sports Institute

Posted by nationalairgroup on 18 December 2015
Hypoxic Chamber SA Sports Institute

National Air Conditioning are proud to have recently conditioned a Hypoxic Chamber for the South Australian Sports Institute, enabling athletes to train in an oxygen depleted room, simulating high altitude, with the ability to set and govern temperature as well as humidity within the room.  

This helps to enable athletes to adjust to different climatic conditions.  Humidity is increased within the room via a steam humidifier while it can also be reduced via a descant rotor air transfer with air recirulated within the room.

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