Humidity

Our Friend and Our Enemy First of all, what is humidity? Humidity is a measure of the amount of water vapor in the air. Relative humidity measures the amount of water in the air in relation to the maximum amount of water vapor (moisture). The higher the temperature, the more water vapor the air can…

Clothing Choice For Working In The Heat

It’s easy to agree that working outdoors or in a factory during the Australian summer tends to be less than glamorous – high temperatures, high humidity, and high UV index ratings can be a brutal combination. Harsh summer climates are near impossible to control, but ensuring your staff uniforms and clothing are fit for the…

Mantis MMA Gym

Working out in a hot shed is the worst! High physical activity and poor environmental conditions can lead to a heat stress related illness very quickly. With the Mantis MMA gym system we removed the radiant heat build up with our new ID900F extraction fans that worked with there existing internal air movement fans. Changing…

Tingalpa State School

Internal Air movement achieved with two Big Ass Fans – essence range, two Haiku residential fans working alongside the existing extraction fans in the school hall means the building is impacting on all 4 environmental factors of thermal comfort. This building will stay between 5-8 degrees cooler with this system installed.

The Bike Shop

Ian and Bec at The Bike Shop were suffering through the summer with no ventilation in their building and minimal airflow. By actively removing the radiant heat build up with our ID1200F extraction fan + forcing new air in from the roller door with our mobile unit, they have optimised their space and are ready…

Top 5 Greenest Buildings on the Planet

1. Apple Park in Cupertino, California Dreamed up by Steve Jobs himself, long before the technology existed to pull it off, Apple’s new campus looks like a spaceship landed in verdant parklands. The building itself breathes, inhaling cool, fresh air through canopies and exhaling warm air back outside through chimney-like shafts. The entire building runs…