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The Coolair History:
Coolair origins date back to the later end of the 1960s called Seeley Brothers, and the Brothers offered a range of evaporative cooling products. Frank and Cedric Seeley collaborated with Lechs Pawlowski, who manufactured commercial refrigeration equipment. Lechs Pawlowski's company was Coolair, manufacturing evaporative cooling products & heating products under the name Cosiflow.
Rooftop evaporative coolers were produced by Coolair dated back to 1969, and it used modern materials for there construction. The Seeley Brothers split with Lechs Pawlowski in 1971 and ceased trading in 1978. Barley one year later, the brand was resurrected by Anotron and introduced the first Turbo” axial Coolair rooftop evaporative coolers. The Roof Top Evaporative cooler was born with many new and innovative technologies reducing costs of production and running cost for the end user.
Coolair's innovations didn't stop throughout the 1980s, they perfected the rooftop evapoative cooler. Coolair brought to market a stainless steel cooler in cylindrical shapes and larger units in marine-grade aluminium.
In 1989, the Coolair released the LP lower-profile series using cellulose fibre technology. The LP Range featured slide in panels with louvered panels for the Summer months and solid panels for weatherproofing in Winter.
In 1997, the company sold into the Seeley family, under the management of Seeley International Group. The brand developed new product ranges while adhering to the original company values of "effective yet affordable cooling."