OxiCool® : cooling without negative consequences

Credits: OxiCool

Until now, almost all air conditioners have relied on tremendous amounts of electricity, toxic F-gases and high pressure to cool our homes.

Finally, a smarter, more efficient and effective alternative has emerged. OxiCool air conditioning uses clean technology and pure water as the only refrigerant to produce the cold air you want. 

With OxiCool, you consume up to 90% less electricity than current air conditioning systems by using clean, reliable alternatives such as natural gas, battery power, solar PV and hydrogen. So you’re not only helping save the planet, you’re saving money, too.

OxiCool technology is a simple solution for a problem that has puzzled the cooling and air conditioning industry for over 100 years. Using only natural elements —  water, air — OxiCool produces zero emissions from its refrigerant, and reduces the ever-increasing demand being placed on often aging power grids. Just as important, the OxiCool system is incredibly silent.

OxiCool is powered by OxiCell. OxiCells are closed loop, maintenance free molecular sieve cells that are manufactured to precision in a clean room. Not even a single water molecule can escape through the life of the system. So, you never have to add or change the water, or the molecular sieves inside. There’s also no refrigerant to top off, because there is NO refrigerant other than pure water.

And, since OxiCool has no compressor, the entire system is virtually maintenance free. The only thing you have to do is change filters as you normally would. OxiCell has the unique ability to maintain its charge for up to ten years or more, which means it works amazingly well off the grid, too.

While OxiCool is currently being produced for use in residential homes and semi trucks, the applications for this breakthrough technology are almost limitless. Soon businesses will have access to a scalable system to cool buildings. Additional applications will also benefit the military, technology companies, health and medical industries — even individuals who live, work or commute in extremely hot climates. 

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