Our March Newsletter, and a fun MARU fact!

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In this edition, a fun fact about our Mobile Autonomous Refrigeration Utility, we share a case study on a project we did with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and provide information on our mobile air conditioning units.

We would also like to thank everyone who came past and saw us at the Avalon Airshow this year. The Mobile Autonomous Refrigeration Utility (MARU) has received some fantastic feedback and we also received a great write up in Climate Control News which you can read here. We are looking forward to working with everyone over the coming months!

FUN FACT: Since our return back to the factory, we kept the unit running internally in our state of the art test chamber, and the MARU unit ran for 116 hours with zero solar energy input.


Major cultural and sporting events are broadcast to national and international audiences by a fleet of 8 mobile broadcasting studios fitted into a fleet of drop deck semi-trailer chassis. The trailers are complete with control for multiple cameras and include editing and mixing suites.

Heuch was commissioned by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) to implement the environmental temperature controls for their outside broadcasting vehicles.

Read our case study on this great project we did here.


Did you know that Heuch manufacture a series of lightweight mobile air conditioning equipment, designed for Australian roads and ambient extremes? We have placed several of the auxiliary cooling units within the Australian Defence Force land transportation. Find out more here.


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