Construction workers, soldiers and athletes have at least one hazard in common: In warmer climates, they often find themselves at the mercy of extreme heat. Hot environments can sap energy, inhibit mental clarity, hinder performance and cause serious health problems, including dehydration and heat stroke. The solution: Glacier Tek’s Cool Vest, powered by PureTemp. Read more
Photo: The Original Cool Vest maintains a comfortable 59° F for up to 2½ hours in 100° F heat and recharges in as little as 20 minutes.
A team from Embry-Riddle University designed an aluminum cooling plate filled with biobased phase change material to protect the battery in a hybrid vehicle from overheating. Read more