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About Infinite Asset Maintenance

Infinite Asset Maintenance is a locally owned and operated Commercial and Industrial Maintenance Company, specialising in Electrical, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning maintenance and repairs, with over 10 years experience.

Based in Perth City, we are ideally located to service the central area. Infinite Asset Maintenance services large and small projects around Western Australia with experienced and qualified tradesmen.

Our expertise focuses on providing exceptional workmanship with energy efficiency solutions while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Our planned preventative maintenance programs ensure that equipment runs at optimum efficiency and any unplanned downtime can virtually be eliminated

NECA - Licensing & registration

In WA (as in all other States and Territories) the Government has legislated to regulate who can undertake electrical installation work. This is due to the inherent danger of electricity and the potentially fatal consequences when unskilled an unlicensed persons undertake electrical work.

Legislation requires that only registered electrical contractors can contract to the general public to undertake electrical installation work. Similarly the legislation requires that electrical installation work can only be undertaken by licensed electricians.

It is illegal for an unlicensed person to undertake electrical installation work. Persons who do undertake such work can be prosecuted in the courts and subject to substantial financial penalties. In addition, home owners with illegal wiring may find that they are not covered by the Home Building insurance policy in the event of a fire which can be traced to the illegal wiring as the cause of the fire.

Infinite Asset Maintenance: LicenceĀ EC11884

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ARCTick - Australian Refrigeration Council

The Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Regulations 1995 (the Regulations) cover licensing requirements for those who work with refrigerants and refrigeration and air conditioning systems.

In June 2005 the Australian Refrigeration Council (ARC) was appointed by the Minister for the Environment and Water Resources to administer the refrigeration and air conditioning aspects of the Regulations.

The ARC is responsible for granting refrigerant handling licences and refrigerant trading authorisations approved under the Regulations.

Fluorocarbon refrigerants are harmful to the environment if emitted to the atmosphere. Under the Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gas Management Regulations 1995, persons handling refrigerant must hold a current Refrigerant Handling Licence.

Infinite Asset Maintenance: Licence AU3840

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