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You can have the most beau­ti­ful bus with com­fi­est in­te­rior seats and lat­est tech ap­point­ments, but if it’s stink­ing hot in sum­mer, or bone chill­ingly cold in win­ter then you need de­cent air con­di­tion­ing in­stalled or fixed. Fast.

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There are some in­ter­est­ing de­vel­op­ments and trends go­ing on in the world of bus and coach air­con­di­tion­ing sys­tems, so we take a look at a few key play­ers to hear what they have to say. Fabian Cot­ter re­ports.

WE’VE ALL BEEN THERE, back in the day. Or at least many of us have. Aus­tralian heat (think Out­back), New Zealand cold (think Alps) – and any­where to­tally in­verted or in be­tween those tem­per­a­tures th­ese days. Fluc­tu­at­ing temps and ex­tremes at ei­ther end of the range can mar your cus­tomer’s bus or coach jour­ney, no mat­ter how short the dis­tance of the trip.

In fact, you want it to be so com­fort­able, in terms of ideal tem­per­a­ture in­side, that get­ting aboard a ve­hi­cle or such ac­tu­ally be­comes a place of sanc­tu­ary for them. You can’t beat nice, chill temps in the mid­dle of a scorch­ing sum­mer, or cud­dly warmth on a bus in the mid­dle of a wet and icy windy win­ter.

In this, our 2018 Air-con­di­tion­ing Guide, we have a quick look at key prod­ucts or a com­pany or two that could im­prove your bus or coach’s tem­per­a­ture world – es­pe­cially with tech­no­log­i­cal ad­vances and new re­frig­er­ants com­ing out early 2019.

Let’s have a look…

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