NITE no-idle system independent test

The BTU Rating Game

Ratings in the no-idle marketplace currently range from a few thousand BTUs to as high as 18,000 and even 30,000 BTU. These discrepancies arise because there is no governing body that sets and enforces an industry standard. As a result, some manufacturers manipulate and inflate BTU numbers to entice buyers to their products.

When choosing a no-idle system, heading down the right road is critical. Some manufacturers make false claims about their cooling performance – and you get hit with the consequences: drivers are hot and miserable, units often need to be replaced, and you are left frustrated. But with the NITE® Phoenix system, you get real numbers – proven true in a recent independent test.

"Competitors don’t exhaust the same testing procedures and credentials we do at Bergstrom,” said Alan Leupold, director of testing and development for Bergstrom. "The BTUs we share with our consumers accurately display how they will perform when you are on the road. Our competitor’s numbers won’t hold up.” 

Independent Test results Competitor's Claim....
At 90/78-100
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4,150 BTU/hr
10,000 BTU/hr
150 cfm
no data given
6.19 EER
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