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Melbourne International Airport
Over a 3 year period, 47,000 sq metres of roof at Melbourne International Airport was coated with SkyCool.
It is estimated by Airport management that the equivalent of 40,000 tonnes of green houses gasses are saved each year.
Project was completed in 3 stages with each new stage dependent upon success of previous stage.
Airport management advised the following results on public television program:
16 auxiliary air conditioning units no longer required.
The major chilled water system energy has been reduced by 30-40% depending upon weather – the hotter the weather, the greater the saving.
Customer concerns from a new 1st class international lounge ceased after the SkyCool coating was applied, where previously even a second large additional air conditioning unit was not able to cope.
Perth International Airport
Over the past seven years, the number of passengers travelling through Perth Airport has doubled, with 11.5 million passengers recorded in the last financial year, making Perth Airport the fastest growing capital city airport in Australia.
To support this growth and the future demand for air services, $750 million is being invested to ensure Perth Airport delivers a great airport experience.
Perth Airport is the gateway to Western Australia and one of the State’s most important elements of public infrastructure.
SkyCool was used extensively on Perth International Airport to provide greater comfort and reduce operating costs.
Darwin International Airport
Air conditioning energy consumption at Darwin International Airport’s administration building has been significantly reduced through the application of SkyCool.
SkyCool brings patented technology enabling large reductions in air conditioning operating costs. Better than all forms of insulation, it is a roof coating which interacts with the sky to actually draw heat out of the building rendering its interior cooler than ambient air - even under extreme summertime heat loads.
This was filmed using a Flir Infrared Camera, whilst spraying a Sydney roof, showing the speed of the cooling (blue) effect being generated.
Here is what Mirvac's Facilities Manager actually said.
Dept. of Environment
With a membership of some 18,000 people and an employment pool of 186 employees, the Dubbo RSL Memorial Club and its ancillary businesses provide valuable services and support to the local community and its many community groups.
One of the largest clubs of its type, west of the Blue Mountains, the Dubbo RSL Memorial Club spans more than 4,800 sq. metres of roof space. The project involved the installation of a specialised thermal roof coating, SkyCool. The aim of the coasting is to assist the Dubbo RSL Memorial Club to reduce energy consumption, thereby reducing operating costs; and green house emissions.
Based on a comparison between the months of November 2013 and November 2014, it was identified that the application of the Skycool coating to the roof of RSL has contributed to a reduction in energy consumption by the Club, which also resulted in a saving of the $8,668.34 between the comparison months. It is anticipated that the project will have a payback of 1 year and 5 months; with savings from the project going back to the community that the Dubbo RSL serves.
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Kim Pilosio, GoGreen Lead
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