2017 Series of Innovations Begins Pre-Production with CULER Flash-Evaporative Air Coolers

Jupiter, FL (PRWEB) June 30, 2016

Innovations with Ed Begley Jr., announced today that it will feature CULER in an upcoming episode, airing second quarter 2017 via Discovery Channel. Dates and show times TBA.

This segment of Innovations will explore CULER’s innovative solutions for the personal cooling category, which are known to enhance people’s comfort and productivity.

By using patented Flow Blurring cooling technology designed with the consumer in mind, CULER fills an unmet need within the residential and light commercial cooling markets. The company’s goal is to enhance the day-to-day lives of consumers by creating a refreshing and productive environment.

“At CULER, we discovered a revolutionary technology that, combined with the natural cooling power of evaporation, sets a new standard for the coolest, easiest and most portable evaporative cooling products in the market. With over 70 domestic and international patents, CULER’s Flow Blurring technology is the first true innovation in the industry in over 50 years,” said Chalin’ Aswell, Director of Marketing & International Sales at CULER. “We are excited to partner with the Innovations TV series and DMG to educate consumers on the many benefits of flash-evaporative cooling. It is a real pleasure to collaborate with other organizations focused on solving issues through innovation.”

“From the initial design to the final product, consumer insights have helped inspire innovation at CULER,” said Eric Buckley, Producer for the Innovations TV Series. “The company values customer insight and takes pride in creating products that make the lives of consumers better.”

DMG Productions (responsible for creating the Innovations show) includes personnel specialized in various fields from agriculture to medicine, independent films to regional news and more. Field producers work closely with experts in the field to develop stories. This powerful force enables DMG to consistently produce commercial-free, educational programming that both viewers and networks depend on.