Fifty years of cumulative industry expertise has made COOL-IT the leading green technology solutions provider to the Automotive and Industrial HVAC Industry. We are in partnership with National Research Council Canada, Industrial Research Assistance Program, Simon Fraser University Engineering, Business Development Bank of Canada, and co-operatives which exist for the benefit of our communities such as Vancouver City Savings Credit Union. Our Guiding Principles are Environmentally-Conscious-Engineering, Excellence and Understanding of Our Business, and Quality Customer Service.


Our products and services focus on reducing your operational costs and carbon emissions. For example, our no-idle units consist of a 12 volt power battery separate to the car battery so you can use the A/C system while the vehicle is not running, which is green and it saves on gas. In addition, we can supply and replace whole radiators, charge air coolers, A/C parts, compressors, and condensers for all of truck makes and models including Ford, Freightliner, International, Kenworth, Mack, Peterbilt, Navistar, Sterling, Volvo, and Westernstar. Our eBAY store has products and services at great prices and prompt shipments across Canada and North America.

Honours and Awards

COOL-IT is commissioned to care for the fleet of BC Ambulance and BC Fire Trucks that serve and protect our communities. We have achieved this honour to tend to our heroes by the trust placed upon us by Canada and the communities of Canadians whom these heroes care for more information can be found on our featured article at the Automotive Partnership of Canada, Green technologies promise to end truck idling and cut emissions . Let us all welcome green technologies that promise to end vehicle idling by cutting emissions and promoting a greener future. 


Peter Johnston

Mechanical Engineer

A Mechatronics Systems Engineering Graduate of the SFU Faculty of Applied Science; he is licensing to become a Professional Engineer. Formerly an emissions-reduction-analyst (Life-Cycle-Analyst) with the City of Surrey Engineering, Peter brings a strong interest in green technology development to our R&D Program at COOL-IT.

Saeed Zaari

Business Owner

A world leader and innovator in the realm of green technology solutions for the transportation industry. He has forged strategic alliances between private industry, government, and university research and engineering programs. His hope is to reduce emissions and safeguard our environment for future generations.

Adam Gibbard


Has worked at COOL-IT for over seven years. He has experience in Management, Administration, and HVAC Systems, certified by Environment Canada, B.C. Ministry of Environment, Lands, and Parks, Espar Heater Systems, and BCIT. Outside of professional life, Adam is an enthusiastic member of the Fraser Valley Athletic Soccer Club and would like to start a family with his wife in the near future.

Bill Robertson

HVAC Technician

British Columbia’s leading HVAC Technician with over three decades of hands-on experience in the field. Originally trained at the British Columbia Institute of Technology, Bill completed three years of prescribed training as a registered apprentice in the science of Automotive Radiator Manufacturing and Repair. Excellent customer service and trademarks.

Christian Saint-Laurent

HVAC Technician

An HVAC Technician certified by Espar Heater Systems in complex Airtronic and Hydronic Heaters. He holds a Class One Driver’s License and has over a decade of hands-on experience in the field across North America. He is a mechanic with three decades of experience in light and heavy duty engines and welding Christian’s hobbies include fishing and world travel, most recently in Japan

Filip Trajkovic


An HVAC Technician and Graduate of University of Belgrade, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, specialized in Management, Quality Control and Information Systems. He is certified by Espar Heater Systems. In his personal life, Filip enjoys reading and spending time with his wife, family and friends.

Masoud A. Labbani

Mechanical Engineer

A Masters student at the School of Mechatronic Systems Engineering at SFU. He received his B.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology and has several years of industry experience on machine design. He has been working on refrigeration insulation and No-idle HVAC units for the last two years.

Danielle Gibson

Accounts & HR manager

Our energetic accounts and HR manager.

Oleg Galyuk


Our resident online corporate brand and design consultant. He actively seeks to promote initiatives within the world of green technology and community contribution. His website is www.myvancouverproperty.ca

Amanda McEwan

Administration Receptionist

Our spirited administration receptionist. Hardly seen without a smile, she creates an inviting and bright customer experience.

Matt Newton

HVAC Technician

He does what he does best; which is installing and maintaining heating and cooling systems.


HVAC Technician

He does what he does best; which is installing and maintaining heating and cooling systems.

Shayne Oberhoffner

HVAC Technician

The shop’s HVAC apprentice. Finishing his secondary education, he aspires to become a Doctor of Emergency Medicine.

Connor Dueck

Co-op Engineer

Does not do anything. Has no hobbies, nor goals, nor aspirations. Is a slave to the system - and proud of it.


HVAC Technician

He does what he does best; which is installing and maintaining heating and cooling systems.