TechNiche Coolpax Cooling Inserts with Hook And Loop Stabilizers

TechNiche Coolpax Cooling Inserts with Hook And Loop Stabilizers

Brand/Manufacturer: TECHNICHE INTERNATIONAL
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TechNiche Coolpax Cooling Inserts with Hook and Loop Stabilizer are designed to be used with both the CoolPax Hybrid Sports Cooling Vest and the HyperKewl Hybrid Military Cooling Vest. While the CoolPax Hybrid Sports Cooling Vest and HyperKewl Hybrid Military Cooling Vest are made from TechNiche's patented HyperKewl evaporative fabric, they also contain mesh pockets made to hold the CoolPax Cooling Vest Inserts. These inserts have a freezing point just under 58 degrees Fahrenheit and can provide up to two hours of cooling relief.


Product Benefits:

 

 

  • Provides cooling relief for up to two hours
  • Made with non-toxic phase change material (PCM) 
  • Convenient freezing point of 58 degrees Fahrenheit 
  • Compatible with both the Hybrid Sport and Hybrid Military Cooling Vests

 

 

Item # Desc Pkg Reward Price
6665-V Cooling Vests Inserts Each $4.47
$193.55
$148.89

Features Of Cooling Inserts

  • Are made using unique Phase Change Material (PCM)

  • 30% lighter than water

  • Freezes at 58F (14C)

  • No risk of ice burns or condensation

  • Provides comfortable cooling

  • Cooling Duration is 2-3 hrs

  • Activate in freezer, fridge or ice water (no electricity)

  • Activation Time is 45 mins

  • Delivers targeted temperature of 58F (14C)

What Is CoolPax?

CoolPax is our Phase Change Material (PCM) cooling technology. It uses a non-toxic carbon-based liquid that freezes at 58F/14°C and remains at that temperature for 2-3 hours. Simply place CoolPax inserts in freezer or ice water for 35/40 minutes and insert into garment pockets.


Science Behind CoolPax-

A Phase Change Material (PCM) is a substance with a high heat of fusion which, melting and solidifying at a certain temperature, is capable of storing and releasing large amounts of energy. Heat is absorbed or released when the material changes from solid to liquid and vice versa; thus, PCMs are classified as Latent Heat Storage (LHS) units.

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