American Coolair is a top-rated company that supplies ventilation products to agricultural, commercial, horticultural, and industrial markets all over the world. Since being founded, the company has strived to provide customers with excellent products at competitive prices by continuing to upgrade and replace manufacturing equipment and techniques.
Brief History of American Coolair
Officially American Coolair Corporation, the company was founded in 1928 in the state of Florida by a father and son team. Since then, several people have been at the helm, the latest Harry Graves, Sr. who is responsible for taking the company to its current level of success. In addition to overseeing the finances and bringing revolution to the sales system, Graves, Sr. created innovative bill of material and inventory control systems.
In the 1960s, American Coolair was moved into a massive office and manufacturing facility, making it possible to consolidate administration and business in one location. Then in the 1970s, American Coolair expanded its current product line and market base. After passing down tremendous knowledge, the future of the company will remain in the family with fourth generation leaders, Sara, Robert B., and Harry, Jr.
Unique Ventilation Solutions
American Coolair provides ventilation solutions for a broad range of applications. The company has a number of options specifically for poultry, dairy, greenhouse, golf, and pork. These include belt drive fans, fiberglass fans, direct drive fans, power tube fans, power roof ventilators, evaporative cooling, and more.
In addition, American Coolair provides ventilation solutions for commercial, restaurant, and industrial applications in the form of high temperature and mixed flow, axial, and centrifugal fans. These and other products are extremely durable, economical, and designed to produce optimum efficiency.
For commercial industrial axial, there are wall fans, hooded axial PRVs, upblast/recirculation fans, tube axial fans, vane axial fans, and so on. Regarding commercial industrial centrifugal, the company offers in-line centrifugal fans, gravity vents, mixed flow fans, domed centrifugal PRVs, centrifugal filtered supply PRVs, and much more.
MXF fans are in high demand because they offer high volume flow capability found in an axial fan but also pressure capabilities associated with a centrifugal fan. Again, this particular American Coolair fan is both efficient and economical.