HyperKewl - TechKewl & Coolpax ECONOMY Fire resistant cooling vest including Water-based Cooling Inserts

PROSHYP6826XL
€180,95 Excl. tax
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Techkewl/Hyperkewl cool vests that are FR = Fire Resistant for those requiring ultimate flammability protection. ...More information

Product description

Techkewl/Hyperkewl cool vests that are FR = Fire Resistant for those requiring ultimate flammability protection.

These include a set of four 6865 Water Based Cooling inserts. The colour is Navy blue. Available in M/L, L/XL and 2XL.

Keep your body cool at a constant 14°C during 1 hour with this cool vest using the Techkewl Water Based Cooling inserts even in the most challenging circumstances.

Cool vests for firefighters and flammability risk

Main applications: when you are wearing workwear that is not breathing and there is a risk of contact with flames. Eg for firefighters, under Fire Resistant FR workwear, metal casting, welding, when protecting yourself against electric arc, when heat and flames are present or possible. 

How to cool the cool vest before use?

This TechKewl™ Water Based Cooling fabric technology helps you to maintain a cool body core in challenging hot conditions. 

Our Water Based inserts create a cooling effect that can be used over and over again. Simply cool them in the freezer to activate at 0°C and enjoy 1 hour at a constant cool temperature of 14°C.

Indura = Fire resistant coton 

Westex’s original Indura® line of flame resistant 100% cotton fabrics, introduced in 1987, is guaranteed flame resistant for the life of the garment in either high temperature industrial or home washing procedures. In fact, the Indura® brand name was derived from “industrial (wash) durability,” due to the fact that Indura® was the first flame resistant cotton fabric that was engineered to provide guaranteed flame resistance. Since the introduction of Indura® in 1987, millions of garments have been installed in successful protective clothing programs worldwide. Today, Indura® is still popular for use in denim jeans, jackets and pants in the metals industry and in coveralls for budget conscious contractors.



The Military forces use Coolvests:

 

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