Bus & Coach

Coachair products have set the benchmark for the modern bus and coach air conditioning market.

Streets Ahead

Coachair products have set the benchmark for the modern bus and coach air conditioning market.

While our Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) product range has evolved over the last 30 years, our commitment to delivering products that offer long life, low maintenance, predictive comfort control and low power consumption remains unchanged.

Our Through Life Support commitment means we’re here to provide continued product, technical and service support for the entire product lifecycle, which can last up to 30 years.

Keeping you moving is what we do. We stock a wide range of genuine and non-genuine bus and coach spare parts, competitively priced and all with nationwide delivery.

We offer priority response for warranty claims, in-house training for fleet customers, spare parts ordering and delivery. We’ll also arrange repairs with one of our skilled mobile technicians or via our network of National Service Agents. No matter where you are we’ll have you up and running.

Design For the Future

We are solutions-focussed. We identify what solution is required and we research, design and create it. We design for the future and the past. From developing new Hybrid Integrated HVAC units to re-engineering products to replace obsolete parts, we work with you to ensure we meet your specific needs.

Our Range

CA Series – CA34/40

Combining the latest technology and components the CA series is an excellent all-rounder and suitable for a broad range of buses and coaches. While light and fuel efficient, it offers high capacity, quick recovery and the largest airflow on the market.

CA 34/40
Max Cooling Capacity (KW) 34.9/39.2
Normal Cooling Capacity (KW) 32.6/37.2
Heating Capacity (KW) 30/35.2
Airflow High (free flow) m3/hr 5200/8000
Airflow Low (free flow) m3/hr 4000
Refrigerant R134a (7.5 kg)/(8.0kg)
Power Supply 24 V DC Nominal/25 V DC Nominal
Current Draw High Speed (A) 85/95
Unit Weight (Kg) 190/230
Length (mm) 3100/3285
Width (mm) 1902/1902
Height (Centre) mm 225/225
Height (Total) mm 281/281

XT Series – XT352/353

The XT system has continued to stand the test of time. This unit is Australian designed and engineered and remains an effective and cost effective system.

XT352/353
Max Cooling Capacity (KW) 37
Normal Cooling Capacity (KW) 34
Heating Capacity (KW) 35
Airflow High (free flow) m3/hr 5500
Airflow Low (free flow) m3/hr 4000
Refrigerant R134a (8.5 kg)
Power Supply 24 V DC Nominal
Current Draw High Speed (A) 67
Current Draw Low Speed (A) 42
Unit Weight (Kg) 235
Length (mm) 3800
Width (mm) 1940
Height (Centre) mm 235

Electric Series – EX28/34

Specific systems designed for alternative fuel buses, including electric, hybrid and hydrogen. These systems include reverse-cycle, electric heat and hot water heat or can be engineered to suit your specific requirements.

EX28/34
Max Cooling Capacity (KW) 28/34
Normal Cooling Capacity (KW) 26/32
Heating Capacity (KW) 24/30
Airflow High (free flow) m3/hr 6000/6000
Refrigerant R407c (3.6 kg)
Power Supply DC400-720V
Unit Weight (Kg) 200/230
Length (mm) 2750/3000
Width (mm) 1920/1920
Height (Centre) mm 285/285
Height (Total) mm 348/348

Heater/Demister Unit

The Heating and Demisting Units have been designed for ‘low floor’ type bus & coach applications.

The units provide heating of the driver’s compartment and/or demisting of the windscreen.

The Coachair Heating and Demisting system has the following key features:

  • Light-weight construction.
  • Standard operating voltage of 24V DC.
  • Efficient use of engine heat for heating requirements.

Climate Control Unit

The operation of the A/C System is controlled by an advanced electronic Climate Control System located in the Return Air plenum of the rooftop unit. The location of the Electrical Panel provides an easy service access from the bus cabin.

The CCC System was specially developed by Coachair for Bus & Coach air-conditioning applications.

Custom designed solid-state devices are used in place of conventional switching relays to control the power supply to the motors providing extremely reliable operation.

The system is modular in nature allowing quick and easy replacement of components during servicing.