Student - R150.00
Associate - R835.00
Associate member - R900.00
|Member - R900.00
Associate members are those Associates who joined before 1/7/2012.
FINAL DUE DATE: Fees are payable in advance. Final payment date of the 2017/18 fee
is 30 September 2017. If not received by this date and without notification as to the reason for non payment, membership is automatically cancelled.
FEES TO BE PAID WITH NEW APPLICATIONS: If date of application is between 1 July 2017 and 30 June 2018:
|All other Grades i.e. Associate and Member||R900.00|
Any applicant becoming a member (date of certificate) from 1 April to 30 June, will not be liable for fees until 1 July of next year.
FEES FOR REJOINING (members who were excluded for non payment of fees): To rejoin AND to maintain the original membership number and original date of joining AND receive a new certificate:
|Re-joining - R1800.00
REPLACEMENT MEMBERSHIP CERTIFICATE: The cost of a replacement certificate for a member in good standing (fees paid up): R140.00
PAYMENT: Draw cheques in favour of SAIRAC and post to:
SAIRAC, c/o P O Box 517, MILNERTON, South Africa 7435
BANK ACCOUNT FOR DIRECT DEPOSIT PAYMENT OF FEES
Bank : ABSA
Account No. : 0711201432
Account Name : SAIRAC
Account Type : Current Account
Branch : Milnerton (in Cape Town)
Branch Code : 630-509
Reference : Membership Number and Name of Member
Many members still make payment into the incorrect bank account and we ask that the account number be carefully checked when effecting payment.
Kindly fax a copy of the deposit slip as proof of payment to J Ackermann
at fax No +27 21 552 1592 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be reminded that without a proper reference on your deposit your payment could go unallocated, eventually resulting in cancellation of your membership.
The South African Institute of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
On 17 July 1951, the South African Institute of Refrigeration was founded at a meeting of refrigeration engineers and food scientists held at the Bordeaux Hotel in Cape Town. The founding membership of 41 elected Dr Guido Dreosti as the Institute’s first President, an office that he held for the next 5 years and again in 1957 and in 1962. In 1962, the Institute widened its scope to include air conditioning and became the South African Institute of refrigeration and Air Conditioning (SAIRAC). In 1961 SAIRAC started establishing Centres in the other major cities of South Africa. Port Elizabeth was established in 1961, followed by Durban in 1963 and Johannesburg in 1964.
Click here to download the Membership Application form. For more details and benefits of being a SAIRAC member, please view membership brochure below: