We’re a small consulting company with a little twist – we bring more experience and more expertise with us than most larger companies will be able to offer, yet you’ll still benefit from a personal one to one service.
We’re the Cool Partners – Per S. Nielsen and Thomas Lund.
Both of us have more than 25 years in the industry, and as we found out when we was developing the world’s first modern CO2 systems during our time at York Refrigeration – we work well together, so we set up to offer customers worldwide our leading expertise.
We cater to all areas of the industry, including manufacturers, refrigeration contractors and end users, and more importantly we build close relationships with all our customers to become their preferred partners throughout the growth of their companies.
We focus on the industrial and large commercial refrigeration segment. The primary focus areas are trouble shooting, review and optimization of existing systems and new builds, as well as design and development of advanced processes and equipment for the refrigeration segment. Solutions already developed address well known problems in refrigeration systems with a new approach, with highly efficient and simple operation resulting in savings in service and operating costs.
- CO2 cascade systems – with or without hot gas defrosting
- Transcritical CO2 systems
- Handling of air and water in refrigeration systems
- Oil return with built-in purification
- Oil analysis – system diagnostics
- Thermodynamic calculation and design of systems, heat exchangers, vessels etc
- Technical calculation software development
- Design of process equipment
The Cool Partners name reflect the company’s vision to become a valuable partner for contactors, equipment manufacturers and end users. The name also reflect the working relationship between the two owners, whose different backgrounds and skills combine into a broad coverage of the refrigeration industry. Extensive product and system know-how combined with a strong theoretical knowledge result in a team that has shown to produce excellent solutions.