St. Paul, Minn. (April 25, 2019) – When it comes to keeping workers cool on the job, Ergodyne leads the way. Their new Dry Evaporative Cooling Vest offers up to three days of cooling, while keeping the wearer completely dry.
Most evaporative cooling vests need to be soaked with water in order to work, which in turn soaks the wearer. This Dry Evaporative Cooling Vest uses water, but its patented dry evaporative technology keeps the wearer completely dry while providing up to 3 days of cooling relief. “This cooling vest is unique in that it uses evaporation to keep the wearer cool, but it stays dry to the touch. And, depending on the heat and humidity, it can stay cool for up to three days on just a little water,” says Alsie Nelson, Senior Product Manager for Ergodyne.
“Summer temperatures are getting hotter on average and crews and safety managers are looking for ways to keep their workers cool on the job, and we think this new dry evaporative vest will fit the bill for a lot of workers out there,” Nelson added. “It’s lightweight and really easy to activate, and it stays cool for up to 3 days, depending on the heat and humidity.”
Just fill the 6687 Economy Dry Evaporative Cooling Vest with 13.5oz - 15.5oz/ 400ml - 450ml of water and it instantly begins cooling. It’s designed to be worn over clothing, and needs airflow to activate and cool. It’s a smart addition to summer work gear for construction, landscaping, warehouses, material handling, and other trades.