Leading the way for Australian engineered battery operated cooling technology
Typically, vehicles need to keep their engine running to maintain air conditioned comfort for the operator – either in the sleeper cabin at night, or in a stationary heavy vehicle during the day. Traditional battery solutions struggle to deliver sustained comfort cooling in high ambient temperatures like Australia’s tough tropical and outback conditions. The end result is poor system performance or high fuel and maintenance costs as well as noise complaints and disrupted rest from extended operation of the diesel engine.
Gregg saw this as a challenge and wanted to revolutionise vehicle air conditioning, providing battery operated air conditioning that not only delivers cool, quiet comfort when you need it, but utilises the latest technology to ensure efficient operation and extended battery life.
CoolCab Technology was born.
In 1999 Gregg started Mobile AC to provide service to all forms of mobile air conditioning systems in vehicles, with a focus on heavy equipment and large vehicle fleets.
After leaving school he became an apprentice coach builder and spent a number of years building motorhomes and camper vans.
In 2005, Neil and his father began a race car fabrication business, building drag racing cars. After a brief period building buses for Brisbane Transport he made the switch to Mobile AC and CoolCab Technology.
Neil is a director and workshop manager for Mobile AC and CoolCab Technology and has a passion for creative solutions to vehicle challenges. His ability to visualise solutions makes him the ideal partner for solving any vehicle related problem.