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Since 1970 Heuch has been empowering businesses and communities to be self-sufficient and economically sustainable by providing first rate HVAC -R engineering solutions and programmed maintenance services.

We are a manufacturing and service company specialising in refrigeration, heating and cooling services, air conditioning services, environmental control and solar power. We design and build customised industrial and commercial air conditioning, refrigeration and HVAC systems to meet the operating needs of our customers. These services are also provided to communities without traditional power supplies requiring heating and cooling and industrial refrigeration products.

It is stated that our ordinary course of business is often the extraordinary; and with this we have launched the world’s first 100 per cent solar power refrigeration container. A lack of infrastructure or isolation is no longer a barrier in getting your produce to market.

Our goal of making a difference to businesses and remote communities is a reality through our engineering HVAC-R solutions and together we can help empower businesses, communities and individuals be self-sufficient and economically sustainable.

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ISO 9001-2008 Quality Assurance Certificate

Environmental & Sustainability Finalist

Achilles Community Certificate

NEW PRODUCT | SOLAR REFRIGERATION CONTAINERS

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Cold-storage in hot demand

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Does Solar Benefit Business?

Today’s industries are demanding more and more energy to operate. Even when machinery is becoming more efficient by the day, the world’s population is ever increasing and so is our demand for electricity. In Australia, as in many parts of …
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