Found in August 2010, Cooling House is an established Asia-based design and manufacturing company for innovative thermal solutions and is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.. Cooling House holds patents for several cooling technologies and product concepts, areas includes high performance cooling solution for high power hot spots and air to air heat exchangers in industrial applications. With flairs for innovative customized designs, the engineers of Cooling House are able to offer their customer thermal modeling service and of course particular designs to suit product constraints and challenges. The high power cooling solutions are based on advanced heat pipes and thermosyphons. As experts in remote heat transfer, we offer innovative thermal solutions for applications that use less airflow and energy than traditional cooling solutions on an application level. This enables our customers to use higher performance electronics components which results in improving their system’s efficiency.
In October 2016 Cooling House was acquire by MechaTronix, a Belgium company in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, and became part of the Eight Lakes group with headquarter in Breda The Netherlands. MechaTronix was formed in 2007, comprised of five already successful manufacturing companies, with each of them in excess of a decade of continuous operation. MechaTronix provides a wide variety of mechanical and electromechanical parts, leads the world of high-end LED cooling and advanced LED horticulture grow lights.
The Eight Lakes group is a privately owned industrial group and uses all the resources at its disposal to make her members the preferred supplier of products and solutions for the industrial and professional market. With an annual revenue of over 170 Million Euros and more than 320 employees, the group is financially independent and has an AAA rating. The members of the group are Telerex, Eltrex Motion, Eltrex Pro, Luxendi, Rodax, Mechatronix, Cooling House, WonderWare Benelux, CATS and CATS Power Design. They are based in Belgium, the Netherlands, France and Taiwan, R.O.C..