Keep the remote close by, and MRCOOL Oasis will track the air temperature around you ensuring maximum comfort
You can set MRCOOL Oasis to start or stop operation automatically according to your personalized schedule. This will save energy and time.
You can set airflow to personal preference, or allow MRCOOL Oasis to automatically distribute air evenly throughout the space.
Need to keep a hot kitchen or computer room cool even in bad weather? Low ambient cooling will prevent heat exchanger frosting all winter long.
When you need air comfort as soon as possible, Turbo will help you get there quickly.
In the event of a power outage, MRCOOL Oasis restarts automatically when the power returns without you having to lift a finger.
MRCOOL Oasis automatically detects when internal coolant levels drop too low. It will alert you to the problem before the compressor is damaged or air comfort degrades.
We made Sleep Mode easy to program to save money, and let you sleep a little easier.
Interior air comfort is wonderful, but not if a loud compressor keeps you up at night. MRCOOL Premier runs efficiently, effectively, and quietly all at the same time.
Set the louver to direct the air exactly where you want it to flow. MRCOOL Oasis will remember your preferences, and set the louver accordingly every time you turn it on.
Energy costs are rising around the world, but you don’t have to sacrifice comfort to save money. MRCOOL Oasis ES is built for high efficiency operation.
It will deliver superior cooling while it reduces energy consumption at the same time.
Combines vertical and horizontal auto swing to ensure an even distribution of air throughout the room.
MRCOOL Oasis ES 3D air flow distributes clean, crisp conditioned air wherever and whenever you need it. In the heating and air industry, 3D air flow is the epitome of luxury and capability. It will make you wonder how you ever survived without it.
Making more out of less is the best way to conserve energy and the environment. MRCOOL Oasis is designed to operate on a fraction of the electricity needed to power many previous generation air conditioning systems.