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School students in South Australia benefit from Climate Wizard technology

Seeley International installs cooling technology in six South Australian schools, company official says

| | Jun 4, 2018 | 5:33 pm
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Lonsdale, Australia, 4 June 2018: Students in six South Australian schools have been enjoying cooler and healthier learning environments this summer due to the installation of Climate Wizard cooling technology by Seeley International, the company announced in a Press communiqué.

According to Seeley International, the 18 Climate Wizard air conditioners involved in these installations have been designed and manufactured at a factory in Adelaide’s southern suburbs. These air conditioners achieve cooling conditions comparable to the best conventional systems, but use up to 80% less energy than equivalent cooling capacity reverse cycle systems, the communiqué said.

The air conditioning systems have been installed in a range of areas within the six schools, including a library, technical studies classrooms, large economics area, multi-purpose halls and a canteen, the communiqué said. All but one location (Coober Pedy) have integrated heating, using the same duct work to deliver warm and cool air, the communiqué further said.

Commenting on the installation, Frank Seeley, Founder and Executive Chairman, Seeley International, said the Australian manufacturer was delighted that South Australian schools are benefiting from this innovative technology.

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