Cool Clean Partners
We partner with many different types of individuals, companies, and institutions for many different reasons.
Our business strategy is to develop fundamentally new green-manufacturing and processing technology, focusing on precision cleaning, machine coolant, and CO2 extraction for various industrial applications and to partner with inventors, equipment builders, selling agents and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to develop and deliver these new technologies in the form of commercial products and services.
Cool Clean also partners with academia and government agencies under CRADAs (Cooperative Research And Development Agreement), research and development grants and other programs to develop, test and commercialize green alternative technology utilizing recycled carbon dioxide for the marketplace.
Applications such composite drilling, machining coolant, plastic machining, cutting fluid, and dry machining are now made environmentally friendly – thanks to Cool Clean Technologies and its partners.
US Air Force Academy (USAFA)
We have a CRADA (Cooperative Research And Development Agreement) with the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with emphasis on developing Renewable Energy alternatives using Environmentally Friendly processes.
Augsburg College, St. Paul, MN
We work closely with the professors and researchers at Augsburg College developing a low cost drop in Renewable Alternative Liquid Fuel replacement for internal combustion engines.
The Department of Energy (DOE)
The Department of Energy (DOE) approves our technology due to its low energy requirements and environmentally friendly approach to solving the world’s energy crises. Early in the development stages, the DOE provided grant funding to further this technology.
The National Science Foundation (NSF)
The National Science Foundation has provided support to our alternative machining coolant – ChilAire. The drive is the advancement of manufacturing processes utilizing environmentally friendly alternatives.
United Soybean Board (USB)
The United Soybean Board works with us to develop a soybean based system as a petroleum alternative for machining coolants. Additionally, the USB in cooperation with TechSolve has provided independent comparison data, demonstrating the benefits of soybean oil with ChilAire.
Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)
We work with Air Force Research Labs on application specific cleaning projects to replace older cleaning approaches with systems that provide improved cleaning performance while being completely environmentally friendly. Additionally, there are ongoing projects to establish and upgrade their composite machining systems retrofitted with Cool Clean’s ChilAire dry machining alternative.
University of Dayton Research Institute (URDI)
University of Dayton Research Institute is working with us to further develop an environmentally friendly and sustainable fuel extraction technology as it is applied to various feedstocks.