New ClimaCool Facility Includes AHRI Testing, Training Areas

March 7, 2012
Welcomes Brett Smith as central regional sales manager

On the heels of receiving an AHR Expo Innovation Award in January, employees of ClimaCool Corporation, a leader in modular chiller manufacturing have moved to a new facility in Oklahoma City, OK. The 75,000 sq.ft. manufacturing facility includes a test stand for AHRI certification/performance testing, new production equipment, a training facility, and administrative offices.

“We're extremely excited to consolidate and streamline our operation," says Ross Miglio, president of ClimaCool. "Our new facility provides both current planned production capacity as well as future expansion capability to continue our significant growth plans.”

ClimaCool's new address is:
15 S. Virginia Ave., Oklahoma City, OK, 73106.
Phone: 405/815-3000; fax: 405/815-3052.

ClimaCool took home an AHR Innovation Award in the Green Building category. For additional information about ClimaCool, visit

Welcomes Brett Smith
Brett Smith has been named ClimaCool's central regional sales manager. Smith earned a mechanical engineering degree from Oklahoma State University. He has more than 20 years of commercial HVAC experience with another manufacturer.

Smith will be responsible for sales in New Mexico, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Southern Illinois (Springfield area), and Southern Indiana (Evansville). He can be reached at 918/613-7465 or by email at [email protected].

About ClimaCool Corp Solutions
ClimaCool modular chillers are used in a wide variety of commercial and industrial applications, such as cooling, heat recovery, geothermal heat pump, and simultaneous heating and cooling. Sources report that, when compared with conventional chiller and boiler systems, ClimaCool solutions occupy a minimal footprint and are easily maneuverable to create lower installation costs and improved placement flexibility.