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COOLERADO USA Energy Saving Cooling Systems

Coolerado air conditioners offer customers dramatic saving on their cooling bills, energy consumption and carbon emissions – all without refrigerants and compressors. At the core of these innovative and award-winning products is an ingenious cooling technology, called the Coolerado HMX (Heat and Mass Exchanger). The Coolerado HMX uses a thermodynamic cycle – known as the Maisotsenko Cycle – to produce unprecedented air temperature reductions.

Coolerado HMX uses indirect evaporation cooling technology, which separates the airflow into the space to two currents leaving the system. Inside the HMX air conditioner, heat is transferred between the two currents so the air is efficiently cooled. This process saves up to 95% in energy costs in comparison to conventional AC systems, as the system’s cooling capacity is increased when ambient temperatures rise.

Small, medium or large, we can cool your space

Whether cooling a small server room or a large manufacturing facility, Coolerado HMX’s are capable of delivering cool, fresh air in the most efficient way possible. Their modular design allows them to be stacked next to each other to increase the total cooling capacity. The HMX is mounted in a polypropylene, reinforced cassette and can be set on top of one another and snapped together to form a stable, self-supporting unit.

The exceptional qualities of patented COOLERADO HMX technology

Exceptional energy savings – up to 95% (depending on application)

Provides healthier indoor atmosphere by incorporating 100% fresh air

Ideal for customers with high heat loads

Cools without the use of refrigerants or energy-gorging compressors

Capacity increases along with ambient temperature

Requires minimal maintenance

120% wet bulb effectiveness

Technical Information

Biocide treated polyethylene

Integrated irrigation system

Easy installation modular cassette

Class 2 UL 900 fire and smoke certified

20.223X21, 189X11.375 inches

Including 0.5 mile in ducts



1) Working and product air enter the HMX dry channels
2) Chilled working air is exchanged and channeled into the wet channels
3) The product air’s heat is transferred to the working air by evaporation and is expelled from the system
4) Product air travels through the dry channels above and below it. As a result of this process, product air is much colder and dryer when it enters the space.

Case Studies of COOLERADO HMX cooling applications

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