CRESSTEC is an acronym for Carbon Reducing Energy Saving Solutions and Technologies; its very definition is exactly what our company stands for.
- Ian Nankivell, CEO
Cresstec's vision is for advancement through the development of sustainable reduction technologies.
Founded in 2014, the beginnings of Cresstec Pty Ltd was a vision held by, three likeminded professionals, that believed being sustainable didn’t mean sacrificing convenience or efficiency. That in fact these technologies could advance and simplify our lives, while in turn benefitting the world we live in.
Our customer focus is to build long-term strategic relationships, to provide unique insights and deliver exceptional customer experiences and solutions.
Cresstec is where ideology meets engineering and business blurs the lines of environmentalism, where we invent solutions for today’s problems while discovering the advancements that will take us well into the future.
We are one team, dedicated to working collaboratively to create innovative solutions that propel the world forward in a responsible sustainable way.
Independent Validation CSIRO National HVAC Performance Testing Facility
ISO 9001 Certification Obtained
NSW Government MVP Innovation Grant Winner
Patent Australia Granted
Good Design Korea Gold Winner - Engineering - Product Design
Patent Europe Granted
Awards 2022 - Energy & Renewables - Highly Commended
Cresstec was founded
Patent China Granted
CSIRO Kick Start Grant Winner
Patent USA Granted
Patent Japan Granted
Good Design Award Gold Winner - Engineering - Product Design
New York Product Design Awards - Air Conditioning Technology - Winner 2022
Muse Design Awards - Gold Winner 2022 - Energy Products and Devices
Cresstec HVAC-R Research & Development Testing Facility (CHRDTF)
The CHRDTF was opened in North Rocks NSW, February of 2016 and has been purposed with performing world first experiments to develop new knowledge and test theories and hypothesis relating to HVAC and the vapour compression cycle.
This facility has delivered a significant bank of world first data and data analysis around HVAC system performances in both static and transient conditions.
Recently, Cresstec completed work for the Australian Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water - Environment Protection Division - Atmosphere and Reporting Branch - Ozone and Climate Protection Section supplying reports on the Effects of preventable faults on air-conditioning systems.
Ozone publications and resources - DCCEEW
Effects of preventable faults on air-conditioning systems at T1
Effects of preventable faults on air-conditioning systems at T2
Effects of preventable faults on air-conditioning systems at T3
Our Partners and Certifications