October 26, 2014

Material Resource Center

Material Resource Center

Case Studies


NSIDC Case Study
The National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colorado, had a unique problem. The tools it was using to operate were actually contributing to the global warming issues it was monitoring. Coolerado helped the company dramatically reduce its energy use and stay true to its mission.
Logan Regional Hospital Case Study Logan Regional Hospital Case Study
Logan Regional Hospital was looking for a more efficient way to cool and ventilate its surgical room, which required a constant change-over of fresh and filtered air. Coolerado helped the hospital meet its strict ventilation requirements and provide a return on investment that was a breath of fresh air.
McDonalds Case Study McDonald’s Case Study
“Besides saving the restaurant up to 90% on cooling, the new system solved a menacing air-flow problem and has both employees and customers breathing a lot easier.”
Lab Space CSU Australia Case Study Lab Space CSU Australia Case Study
Green Building Council of Australia granted the complex a 5 Star Green Star – Education Design v1 certified rating for Australian Excellence.
AISO.net Case Study
“We probably use only 300 watts of power. That saves us easily $2,000 or more a month by using Coolerado versus a regular AC.”
Bradford Publishing Case Study
“We get a substantial amount of cooling that is nowhere near as humid as a swamp cooler.”
Green House Data Case Study
“We’ve seen our cooling bill decrease by 90% and have experienced an overall total energy reduction in the data center of 40%.”
Kellogg’s Case Study
In terms of a direct dollar save due to the large energy reduction, the Coolerado system will save over $62,000 annually.
Office Supply Retailer Case Study
“We felt a noticeable increase in air movement in the store,” said an assistant manager. “It feels better, more comfortable.”
Ram Grinding Case Study
“Employees are more comfortable with Coolerado, so they can stay productive, giving us more control over the finished product.”