Brivis Evaporative Air Conditioning Canberra

Contour Series


Every stage of its operation has been designed to make it reliable and discreet. When you turn your cooler on, the Brivis Contour begins its Pre-Wet cycle. Clean fresh water enters the cooler and begins soaking the cooling pads before the fan starts, ensuring that you will only be provided with cool fresh air. It is packed with features to give you comfort and flexibility.

Exclusive to Brivis, our leading edge AquaSave technology saves you up to 45% on water consumption when compared to conventional bleed systems. The AquaSave cleans the water used in the cooling process avoiding any unnecessary wastage.

The Brivis Contour also has one of the smallest water reservoirs on the market, holding up to a third the amount of water than other coolers, minimizing the amount of water discharged when the cooler is turned off.

Promina Series


In the Brivis Promina, the AutoRefresh water management system controls the amount of fresh water added to the system. Once a pre-determined number of fill cycles have been completed the cooler will automatically flush the entire tank and refill it with clean, fresh water. While the water is being refreshed the cooler continues to operate, unlike coolers that use a continuous bleed or dump and fill cycle to refresh the tank water.

When cooling is no longer required the Brivis Promina will automatically run the FreshStart operation which means there is no stagnant water or sediment sitting in the cooler before it starts up again – reducing the need for seasonal maintenance.

Advanced Series


With large airflow and cooling pads, the Brivis Advance uses an uniquely designed AutoRefresh water management system and has a sloping trough which keeps the water constantly circulating through the system. It has the Brivis FreshStart operation fitted as standard.

The Brivis Advance also has a variable speed fan allowing the cooler to run slowly when all you need is a gentle breeze to keep you cool






Incorporating a specially designed DC Direct Drive Centrifugal Fan, the NEW Serenity is designed for power, performance and reliability. Available in three models and two colour options (Charcoal and Beige), the NEW Serenity’s variable speed centrifugal fan maximises airflow while maintaining the whisper-quiet performance you have come to expect from Brivis evaporative coolers – all without compromising power and quality.

With Brivis exclusive side panels, bottom discharge, fitted ozone generator and solenoid valve, plus gravity closing winter seal, the NEW Serenity is the perfect evaporative cooling solution.

Specifically designed for use with the dedicatedwired programmable controller, the NEW Serenity can be programmed to suit your application perfectly.

AD BAL Series


The Brivis AD cooler has a sloping trough which keeps the water moving towards the pump and constantly circulating through the system, keeping it fresh and clean. It has a variable speed fan allowing the cooler to run slowly when all you want is a gentle breeze to keep you cool.

If you are located in a high risk bushfire area and you want the ultimate in protection, the Brivis ‘Full Metal Jacket’ AD BAL has metal structural support with Stainless Steel Ember protection, specifically engineered to meet Australian Standard Bushfire Attack Level 29 (AS3959).

If you intend to build, renovate or repair a home in an area with high bushfire risk, you will need to take the Standard into account. Your builder, designer or architect will advise you on how best to achieve this.


Why choose Braemar Supercool?


Enjoy superior cooling this summer with new Braemar Supercool!

This incredible range has super thick Chillcel pads, producing up to 25% more cooling when compared to the standard range.

All models are available with the MagIQtouch Controller featuring advanced touch screen technology.


The Braemar Paradigm and Supercool Ranges

BEAC range 1 BEAC range 2 BEAC range 3 BEAC ragne 4 BEAC range 5




To ensure your evaporative cooler is operating at its best, Duncan’s Plumbing Service and the coolers’ manufactures recommend a service every year on standard evaporative coolers and every other year on no or low maintenance evaporative coolers.

During winter, your evaporative cooler has been sitting idle for at least six months since the last time you probably used or thought of it. The system needs a little TLC to bring it back to life and to ensure it keeps doing what it is designed to do which is of course keeping you and your family cool.

What we look at when carrying out the service.

  • Water levels including water sensors: if these aren’t correct the system will either be wasting water or starving the pump causing damage.
  • Water distribution piping: these can become clogged with calcium also causing issues with pumps and the ability to get the correct amount of water over the pads to cool correctly.
  • Water pump: this little part has to work its pump off the minute you turn the system on and the water level is correct, if it’s not happy you’re going to be the first to know about it
  • Celdeck pads: generally these will last and last however sometimes they literally fall apart and again the system will suffer. Bugs and spiders love to make their home in the corners of these in the months when the system is sitting idle.
  • Fan motor and fan blade: these two components rely on each other and are basically the slave to the whole system. If the fan is not supported correctly or is running hot, it won’t matter how the blade is, the whole operation will come to a stop.
  • Fan capacitor: this little component tells the fan motor in what direction to run in and how fast. If it’s low in its capacitance then the fan will run hot and eventually fail. Quite an expensive repair for the sake of a little part.
  • Printed circuit board. Generally the situation with this part is if it’s not broken don’t touch it, however there are some things that will break it such as water leaking into the cover etc.
  • Electrical wiring: unfortunately the weather etc will slowly but surely take its toll on every exposed and sometime wiring not exposed to the elements, a visual check can save a lot of uncomfortable nights.
  • Ductwork: Critical for distributing the cool air around your home. The outer plastic cover can perish and fall off allowing the heat of in excess of 60° Celsius entering the duct work and warming the cool air up to not so cool.
  • Wall controller: these can sometimes be connected to the gas heater as well as operating your cooler. If you haven’t checked if the cooler is still communicating with the wall controller, you better do it now while you remember.

And you thought there was not much to an evaporative cooler.