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April 2008

 

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How to chill a shark

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What happens when Australia's largest marine theme park faces the prospect of a 40 degree weekend and the water cooling system for one of its major exhibits requires urgent maintenance? The answer is a frantic, but well coordinated five day project with the ultimate goal of keeping Sea World's sharks and marine life cool and calm, reports Sean McGowan.

 

Skills workshop: Refrigerant handling regulations Pt 2

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This month's skills workshop continues to explore the Australia/New Zealand Refrigerant Handling Code of Practice 2007.  The second part of our three-part series will explore the provisions unique to Part 2 of the code.

 

Top ten worst practices: cooling towers

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The poor design and installation of pipe work associated with cooling towers continues to be a concern across the industry. Despite best practice guidelines available, it remains common to find examples of poorly designed and executed piping, which create a variety of hazards.

 

 

 

 

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