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Cooper CoolerRapid Beverage Chiller

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Item #20166534
From Cooper, this beverage chiller features:
  • Revolutionary Cooling System's Cooper Cooler rapid beverage chilling appliance quickly chills beverages from warm room temperature to cold drinking temperature in minutes
  • Add ice and water into the Cooper Cooler, select the container setting and it automatically does the rest
  • The Cooper Cooler’s Patented process chills by rotating the beverage while simultaneously spraying it with ice water and will shut off automatically when your beverage is perfectly chilled
  • The Cooper Cooler will chill a 12 oz beverage can in 1 minute, glass and plastic bottles in 3.5 minutes and 750ml wine bottles in 6 minutes from 77 degrees to 42 degrees
  • The “EXTRA” chill setting will double the time and chill beverages down to ice cold 34 degrees
  • The process does not alter any beverage property like taste, composition, or cause carbonated beverages to fizz over of explode upon opening
  • Excellent for use at parties, in recreational vehicles, dorm rooms, and office break rooms
  • The Cooper Cooler Tailgater includes a 12-volt car adaptor that makes portable for tailgating, camping or travelling
DMS: 0725 101 HC02C
The idea of a rapid beverage cooler was born in the summer of 1992 as Greg Loibl completed his undergraduate studies from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. To fulfill his chemical engineering masters thesis, Greg Loibl designed, built and tested a prototype device that proved a beverage in a standard 12 ounce aluminum can could be chilled from room temperature (25°C/77°F) to drinking temperature (5°C/40°F) in under 45 seconds. It takes approximately three minutes to chill a beverage in a 12 ounce bottle with Loibl’s prototype. In contrast, it takes several hours to chill a beverage in a refrigerator and an hour in a freezer. The process (The Cooper Cooling Process™) is protected under US patents No. 5,505,054, No. 6,662,574 and No. D475,895. The first patent (5,505,054) was filed in August 1994 and issued on April 9th, 1996. The inventors are Greg Loibl, and his co-advisors, Irv Brazinsky and George Sidebotham, both tenured Cooper Union faculty members.

Revolutionary Cooling Systems, Inc. was founded in October 1996 by Greg Loibl and George Sidebotham. Since then, the development of the beverage cooler has utilized many ambitious Cooper Union students. The students work on the project to earn credit towards their degree. They have made contributions in; 1) research, 2) engineering and design, 3) quality testing.

The Company’s first product utilizing The Cooper Cooling Process™ is the Cooper Cooler™, a household electric appliance. The name Cooper Cooler was chosen as a dedication to the institution and the inspiration of Peter Cooper, the founder of Cooper Union.

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