A centrifugal force to be reckoned with.

Air-conditioner design has remained unchanged for over 100 years; until now. Our Rotary Air-conditioner achieves much higher efficiency while significantly decreasing the cost of operation by combining a rotating heat exchanger with a centrifugal fan.

 
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Introducing the air-conditioner that’s redefining the industry.

Born from a desire to breathe fresh air into a stagnant industry, this innovative air-conditioning system from Nativus is an entirely new breed of ductless air-conditioner re-engineered to save users a significant amount of money.

 
 
 
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Lower Operating Expenses

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Lighter & Easier Installation

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Replacable Air Filter

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Quieter Operation

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WiFi-Enabled

 
 

Management Team

 
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MATT MILLER
CEO & Co-Founder

Matt received his Bachelor of Science degree in Astrospace Engineering from the US Naval Academy. After commissioning, he served aboard a ship where he was responsible for shipboard auxiliary and refrigeration systems. Upon leaving active duty, Matt founded GBL Geothermal, a leading energy consultancy, where he designed all-electric, sustainable heating and cooling systems. Matt is a LEED Professional and former member of Nevada’s Energy Efficiency Strike Force.

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DAN POIRIER
COO & Co-Founder

Dan holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the US Naval Academy, and an Executive MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management. While in the Navy, he served as a Weapons Systems Officer with an F/A-18 Hornet squadron. Dan successfully managed multiple aircraft maintenance divisions and led numerous carrier flight operations and combat missions over Afghanistan and Iraq as a Mission Commander. Dan currently manages Nativus' day-to-day operations, including business development and fundraising.

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