Per historic records, air conditioning’s first application was in Ancient Rome, purely for the purpose of cooling living rooms. 1902 saw the invention of the first large-scale electrical air conditioner, making way for further research, innovation and advancement in its technology to bring it where it stands today.

Now, over a century on, air conditioning is much more than just room cooling. Air-conditioning has come to include industrial, commercial and residential cooling and heating (temperature control), ventilation, refrigeration (commercial deep freezers and chillers for example), dehumidifiers (humidity controlling air conditioners), disinfectant air conditioners (to control bacteria and other potentially infectious elements in the air), automobile and portable air conditioners, boilers and heat pumps and of course, the traditional domestic / residential air-conditioning.

Air-conditioning (HVAC) systems can be project (size) based - (small/residential buildings to large buildings), multi-building or multi-site installed. Another way of categorizing HVAC systems for buildings can be as low-rise residential buildings (single-family homes, apartments, duplexes etc.), high-rise buildings (high-rise apartment blocks and tall dormitories), commercial buildings (malls, shopping centers, offices’ complex), institutional buildings (hospitals, educational etc.), industrial buildings (manufacturing or processing units), storage areas (food preservation and food chillers/freezers) and sports areas (sports/fitness centers and stadiums).

Besides buildings, air-conditioning is also widely used in automobiles and other transportation mediums – motor cars and other land vehicles, ships, trains, aircrafts, spacecrafts and deep freeze food transportation vehicles.

Certain sectors now require air-conditioning (temperature, humidity and infection control) for their basic functioning and as an essential part of their operations, instead of, for just basic comfort. Such include, operation theatres, testing laboratories, integrated circuits and pharmaceutical manufacturing clean rooms, aircrafts (density maintenance) and textile manufacturing units, mining, nuclear power facilities and several others.

In summary, air-conditioning has become an essential part of every sector – residential, government, retail, healthcare, educational, commercial, industrial and infrastructural.

When the use of such systems is so massive and wide-spread, it is bound to require professionals and manpower appropriately skilled for each of its processes – from equipment planning, designing and installation, through inspection, logistics, operation, maintenance, repairs and many more.

We, here at IMR, are well-versed with every bit of air-conditioning system types and their functioning, and hence, are well-equipped to identify and supply the appropriately skilled professionals for this sector. We are well aware of how significant this facility is for your business and accordingly, very consciously provide the best HVAC recruitment services, from the process’s start to finish.