Emerson Quiet Kool Air Conditioners
By Gary Sprague
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Emerson Quiet Kool Corp. manufactured the Quiet Kool room air conditioning line for many decades until the brand was discontinued following a series of acquisitions. Older units of these room air conditioners can still be found from some dealers today.
Jepson Corp. became the parent company of Emerson Quiet Kool Corp. during an acquisition in 1983. In 1991, Emerson was sold by Jepson to Fedders Corp. at a price of $56 million.
Fedders continued to market room air conditioners under the Emerson brand name for at least the next decade. In 2008, Fedders was acquired by the Airwell Group, a subsidiary of Elco Holding Ltd.
Although no longer manufactured, Emerson Quiet Kool through-the-wall air conditioners offered features such as 8-way air direction and a universal trim-frame kit for simple installation. Units reached up to 9 EER and many included an Energy Save feature to further improve efficiency. Several units, such as the 12MW42K Thru-the-Wall unit for example, offer 2-speed electric heat up to 10,000 BTU.
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2500 City West Blvd # 300
Houston, TX 77042
Phone: (609) 662-5300
Given the age of Emerson Quiet Kool units, warranty information no longer is available for these units.