Heuch has been involved in the telecommunications industry since the early seventies. In 1974 we designed a refrigerated ice bank air conditioning system to maintain a constant temperature in the telecommunications equipment shelters of the Darwin Mt Isa Microwave Telephone Systems.
Having worked within the public and private sectors, including works with ABC television and the Australian Defence Force, we have a sound understanding of how to keep sensitive electronics cool and dry to ensure reliability and optimal performance.
With our innovation of the re-deployable solar power refrigeration containers, we can also help telecommunication companies extend their coverage into remote areas and aid in disaster relief applications.
To read more about our Darwin Mt Isa Microwave Telephone Systems Project, click here.
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