In 1997 Vladimir M Petrovic and Prof Russell (Sam) Luxton formed DADANCO Pty Ltd in Adelaide, South Australia. In the late 90's and early 2000's DADANCO was awarded many awards around the world and had become a leading Energy Efficient HVAC solution provider in Australia.
Mestek, Inc. of Westfield, MA in USA and Dadanco Pty Ltd of Adelaide, Australia have formed a joint venture in 2007 to produce and market active chilled beams, induction units and induction diffusers for the North, Central and South American markets.
In 2012, MESTEK inc. bought out the JV from DADANCO Pty Ltd and had become a sole owner of the subject IP. As he led the company to an ultimate leadership position of Active Chilled Beams suppliers in USA at the end of 2014, Vladimir M Petrovic founded DADANCO EUROPE to lead its operations in commercialising the DADANCo technology in Europe.
In January 2015 DADANCO EUROPE was formed by its founder, Vladimir M Petrovic and it aquired an exclusive license from DADANCo a MESTEK Company to manufacture DADANCO range of products.
When our founder and CEO, Vladimir M Petrovic, worked with his university professor at the Adelaide University in Australia to utilize science to solve an age old induction problem, little did they know that the solution would ultimately lead to the formation of DADANCO, a company which now enjoys a position of a market leader and innovator, and continues to address many challenges from customers around the world.
That solution, an ingenious nozzle design, which significantly increased induction while reducing noise, symbolizes how a thorough understanding of the basic principles of Thermo-Fluid sciences has led to many innovations and solutions which allow the building occupier to enjoy a more comfortable and sustainable living environment.
Building Developers, Owners and Managers, Architects and Engineering Consultants, Mechanical and Performance Contractors face the constant challenge of seeking better solutions, improving ROI’s, achieving shorter payback periods, reducing installation costs and time, and producing more energy efficient systems when designing new HVAC systems or operating and improving the existing building services.