Seeley International Acquires Coolerado

Seeley International Acquires Coolerado

Australian manufacturer Seeley International has purchased Coolerado, a Denver-based manufacturer of air conditioning systems for commercial, industrial, government and military use. For Seeley, the acquisition establishes a US-based manufacturing facility, which is another step in its growth strategy to move closer to its North American … Read more…

Intermountain Healthcare Saves 82% on Energy Costs

Intermountain Healthcare Saves 82% on Energy Costs

Intermountain Healthcare has selected the Coolerado M50 line of air conditioners as it continues its aggressive energy management program. Intermountain has spent about $3.5 million on its energy management program and has already recouped $2 million in energy cost savings.  The company says every dollar … Read more…

Data Center Saves 80% on AC Costs with Coolerado

Data Center Saves 80% on AC Costs with Coolerado

Tier III data center AISO.net (Affordable Internet Services Online) in Romoland, Calif., says it is saving 80 percent in energy costs translating to $24,000 per year from using Coolerado’s energy efficient air conditioners. By using virtualization techniques, AISO has been able to fill its 2,000-sq-foot … Read more…

Coolerado Units Help Data Center Cut Energy Use by 70%

Coolerado Units Help Data Center Cut Energy Use by 70%

The National Snow and Ice Data Center in Colorado cut its overall data center power consumption by 70 percent utilizing Coolerado air conditioners last year, the air conditioning company has announced. That equates to an absolute reduction of 491 MWh in the last 12 months. The NSIDC also reduced … Read more…

Trane’s Rooftop Air Conditioner ‘40% More Energy-Efficient’ than Conventional Units

Trane’s Rooftop Air Conditioner ‘40% More Energy-Efficient’ than Conventional Units

Heating and cooling product manufacturer Trane has built a rooftop air conditioner that is 40 percent more energy-efficient than conventional units, and is the second manufacturer to achieve Western Cooling Challenge certification, according to University of California, Davis.

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