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Beat the heat with Steele 'Cool Undervest'
Apr '10
Steele Inc, a family owned enterprise has developed what it calls a perfect solution to beat the heat, either of the hot summers or when working in high temperature environments. The product is a 'cooling vest' designed to be worn under garments.

The “Cool Undervest” absorbs heat via four frozen gel thermostrips, which are fit under the vests and provide cooling for a period of 2-3 hours at a stretch. These thermostrips are ready to be used, once they are, frozen again.

The “Cool Undervest” can be used in situations where workers work under extreme temperatures, on construction sites, chemical and industrial plants, for military use and even under formal or casual attires.

The “Cool Undervest” has been produced from flame-retardant cotton and is durable and also washable. Four side tabs and adjuster clips ensure a comfortable fit for all and weighs between 2-5 kg.

Since the thermostrip cooling packs are water-based, they have a high latent heat capacity, offer fail-safe cooling technology, are non-toxic and can be frozen repeatedly without degradation.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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