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Private Hospital with Lots of Extras!

Do you think hospital air conditioning should be hygienic? Recently one of our directors was admitted to one of the best private hospitals in the country with a respiratory / lung infection. To his complete disgust, whilst being transferred from the emergency department to the ward, he could not believe his eyes looking up at […]
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Why Does Your Air Conditioner Smell?

Why does your Air Conditioner Smell? This is a pretty common problem and after 15+ years of inspecting and cleaning over 100,000 air conditioners, Sanitair has identified nearly every issue that can lead to a bad smelling air conditioner. History has shown us that the source of air conditioning odours come from one of four […]
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Can Your AirCon Handle the Heat?

Australians love to take advantage of the great outdoors.  Due to the extreme temperatures felt across Australia over the last few weeks, many families are just as content to enjoy their holidays at home, away from the outdoor heat.  Taking the time to relax and enjoy some quality moments with the kids before the school […]
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Dust Storms = Health Issues

Recent Dust Storms can cause ongoing Health Issues The recent dust storms experienced in the Southern Eastern Australian states was a combination of strong winds and our drought affected lands. Unfortunately, this combination had a very serious side with Asthma and Allergy sufferers being exposed to what can be a deadly trigger. Now that the […]
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Indoor Air Quality Can Affect Your Baby

How Indoor Air Quality Can Affect Your Baby Infants and children inhale and retain larger amounts of air pollution per unit of body weight than adults; in fact, the air intake of a resting infant is twice that of an adult. Their narrow bronchioles are more likely to be constructed in response to environmental irritants […]
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Classroom Air Quality, A Growing Concern

By Craig Jefferies, Sanitair School News Magazine – TERM 3 – 2016 Indoor air quality is a growing problem in our schools, and students, staff and visitors are being exposed unnecessarily. It is a well-known fact that most people spend 90 percent of their days indoors. A study of human exposure to indoor air pollutants […]
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Gyms, Not a Breath of Fresh Air

Is the air quality at your gym toxic? How our breathing is affected when we exercise? Two of the most important organs we use when exercising: our hears and our lungs. Our lungs bring oxygen into our body, to provide energy and remove carbon dioxide. Our heart pumps the oxygen around our body to the […]
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Tips on Cleaning Your Air Conditioner

Tips on How to Clean Your Air Conditioner! Over time dust, dirt, and debris build up in your reverse cycle air conditioning unit and as a result, your costs for cooling/heating your home/office or electricity bill go through the roof. This build up in the air conditioning system causes the air conditioner to be less […]
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History of Legionnaires Disease

Mystery Illness Kills Legionnaires The History of Legionnaire’s Disease. Philadelphia, 1976 July 21st 1976, the American Legion held its annual conference at the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel in Philadelphia. 2,000 ‘legionnaires’ (as they’re called) gathered to celebrate the 200th anniversary of The Declaration of Independence. Bellevue-Stratford Hotel, 1976. Ray Brennan was the Legion’s bookkeeper and an Air Force […]
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Simple Aircon Habits to Save You Money.

Small changes to your air conditioning habits actually Save you money! In winter most will set their air conditioner around the high twenty range to keep the room cosy. The high twenty range setting could be costing you, and a small change to your air conditioner temperature setting can $ave you money! We have sourced […]
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