Topic : air conditioning

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Valley Metro debuts solar power-cooled station

Rail| July 7, 2011
Placed in a light rail station shelter in downtown Phoenix to provide air-conditioning to commuters. The station is believed to be the first of its kind in the U.S.

Carrier selling bus A/C business

Bus| March 23, 2011
A unit of United Technologies Corp., Carrier's bus air-conditioning business, headquartered in York, Pa., had sales of approximately $60 million in 2010 and approximately 50 employees.
Accessibility| November 29, 2010

Lightweight A/C Unit

Thermo King's Slim Line Rooftop A/C unit (SLR), combines an ultra-low, lightweight rooftop design that is environmentally friendly and provides a lower refrigerant charge than conventional systems and can be installed in the middle of the bus for more uniform air flow.
Bus| March 10, 2010

Air Conditioning Modifications Meet Changing Transportation Needs

Use of new refrigerants to comply with emission standards, lighter weight materials, and electric and roof-mount system designs show the changes that are taking place in the industry.
Motorcoach| June 23, 2009

BusWest to sell Galaxy coaches

Galaxy will manufacture and warrant the buses ordered by customers through BusWest. BusWest will arrange for delivery, financing and provide factory authorized service and product support.
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