Introduction

Air conditioning is part of the HVAC technology (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) which is a specialised field of mechanical engineering. Its goal is to provide comfort and acceptable indoor air quality.

An air conditioner contains five components including a condenser, refrigerant, compressor, expansive valve and evaporator coil. It works by transferring the heat outside and leaving only cool air behind. This process is known as the refrigeration cycle.

Air conditioning units may come in different forms depending on their size and the mechanisms they use. The different types include:

  • Window units and packaged terminals
  • Split systems
  • Portable units

Air conditioning is an important part of all types of structures including:

  • Residential structures
  • Medium to large industrial and office buildings
  • Skyscrapers
  • Ships and submarines

At the bottom of this profile are brief details of a number of the experts that Expert Experts represents. Call our office to discuss your requirements and to obtain a recommendation that suits your needs and budget.

Expertise in Action

Air conditioning experts may be required to provide expert opinion in cases involving:

  • Product liability
  • Air quality issues
  • Construction defects
  • Noise
  • Poor design of the air conditioning system
  • Improper maintenance procedures

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Cost

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Relevant Articles The optimum office temperature is higher than you think

If you're reading this article in your office, chances are the air conditioning is set to about 22 degrees Celsius. Setting the temperature to 25 degrees Celsius could cut your office's daily air-conditioning energy consumption by 18 per cent, drive down electricity bills and help save the planet.

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As the temperature reaches new heights, so does the sale of air-conditioners as Sydneysiders seek cool relief in their homes.

Relevant Cases Cinema Center Services Pty Ltd v Eastaway Air Conditioning Pty Ltd [1999] ACTSC 57

The plaintiff alleged that the air conditioning units did not heat properly and as a result it incurred consequent loss of custom and profits, and was required to install a computerised start up system and gas heaters.

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Profiles of Experts in Engineering - Air conditioning

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