October 25, 2014

M50

Air Conditioners

This is where the revolution in cool begins—and energy-gorging ends. Our stand-alone products use innovative new technology that use up to 90% less energy—without using chemical refrigerants! What’s more, our unique process cleans and filters the outdoor air our coolers pull in before it’s cooled for cleaner, healthier, more breathable air. Now, that’s cool!

M30 M50 Downflow

M30

M50 Downflow

M50 C60

M50

C60

Series Hybrid or Parallel Hybrid

Series Hybrid Overview
Want to breathe new life—and new cool—into your new or existing roof top unit (RTU) air conditioner? Our series hybrid configurations can make it happen. These specially engineered solutions seamlessly connect our energy efficient air conditioner to your new or existing RTU. This allows you to use the Coolerado air conditioner as the first stage of cooling, drastically saving energy and cutting your compressor runtime, while helping to prolong the life of your existing investment.
Series Hybrid

Optimal for:

  • Buildings that need high fresh air input – schools, labs, health care facilities or sectioned building spaces
  • Buildings with consistently high heat loads
  • Buildings with established duct work
  • Designs that allow a direct connection from the Coolerado unit to the RTU
  • The need to significantly reduce RTU compressor runtime
  • The desire to achieve extra points for LEED credits



Parallel Hybrid Overview
Want to breathe new life—and new cool—into your new or existing roof top unit (RTU) air conditioner? Our parallel hybrid configurations can make it happen. These specially engineered solutions are installed next to your new or existing RTU. This allows you to use the Coolerado air conditioner as the first stage of cooling, drastically saving energy and cutting your compressor run time while helping to prolong the life of your existing investment.
Parallel Hybrid

Optimal for:

  • Buildings that need high fresh air input – manufacturing, industrial or warehouse spaces
  • Buildings with consistently high heat loads
  • Buildings with little-to-no duct work
  • Designs that keep the Coolerado unit separate from the RTU
  • The need to significantly reduce RTU compressor runtime
  • The desire to achieve extra points for LEED credits