Chillout Systems - Quantum Cooler - Version 3

Chillout SystemsSKU: CO-QCV3

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Chillout Systems - Quantum Cooler - Version 3

This product eliminates the need for carrying ice and water to keep your driver cool.

The Chillout Systems Quantum Cooler is a highly efficient, portable iceless cooling system, perfect for use in auto racing. Unlike conventional coolers, it requires no ice or water and is completely maintenance-free. This is all thanks to its powerful, rotary micro-compressor, which rivals other compressors five times its size.

Featuring Chillout's proprietary coolant blend, the system effectively circulates 20 liters per minute at 16 psi through cutting-edge cooling garments. Its electronic safeguards maintain a temperature of 40º F (5º C), optimizing cooling capabilities while preventing excessive cooling.

The Chillout Systems Quantum Cooler boasts simple operation and a wide range of customizable features. These include five temperature settings that can adapt to different race-day conditions, along with an intuitive digital display for easy readability.

The Chillout Systems Quantum Cooler, weighing less than 11 pounds, is both portable and hot-swappable. This allows for quick movement between mounting locations in a matter of seconds. In instances where the driver cannot reach the system, a digital control/display can be mounted on the dash.


  • Quantum Cooler
  • Mounting Tray
  • Wiring Harness
  • Locking Ball Pins

This product, the Chillout Systems Quantum Cooler, is designed to work with other cooling shirts that also utilize 1/4" tubing. To connect to non-Chillout shirts, the Chillout Systems Dual Prong Adapter and Insulated Hose must be purchased.

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