Tag: Strobic Air

  • Manifolded Fume Exhaust System for UNSW SEB

    25 September 2019 fume exhaust system

    The new Science and Engineering Building (SEB), located within the physical sciences precinct at UNSW Sydney’s Kensington campus offers ultra-modern research facilities, science laboratories, classrooms and performance spaces to the Schools of Chemical Engineering,.

    Read on

  • Airepure receives Expertise Award

    21 January 2019 Strobic Air Technologies award

    Airepure Australia was presented with the Strobic Air Technologies “2018 Expertise Award” at their recent National Sales Meeting, held during the AHR EXPO 2019 in Atlanta Georgia, USA. The Expertise Award acknowledges Airepure’s “Continued.

    Read on

  • Industrial Odour Dilution Solutions

    09 November 2016 Odour dilution

    Industrial facilities should consider odour dilution as a cost effective odour control strategy alongside conventional air filtration methods. Emission Compliance for Industrial Facilities and Manufacturing Plants Industrial facilities across Australia are obliged to comply with the.

    Read on

  • Manifolded Laboratory Fume Exhaust System

    25 October 2016 Building

    End user perspective of manifolded laboratory fume exhaust systems installed at the Research School of Chemistry, Australian National University, Canberra. Presented by Geoff Deeble – School Manager, Research School of Chemistry, ANU College of.

    Read on

  • Odour Control for Hotel Back of House Areas

    21 October 2016 Garbage

    Hotel back of house areas may be a common source of offensive odours and odour complaints. These areas may include garbage / refuse rooms, loading docks, commercial kitchens, designated outdoor smoking areas or sewer.

    Read on

  • Australian Patent Granted for Strobic Smart Fan System

    18 July 2013 SmartSystem01

    On the 18th of July, 2013 an Australian Patent was granted for the Strobic Air® Smart Fan™ Control system, which maintains safe ventilation levels while minimizing facility energy costs and carbon footprint. The patent.

    Read on