Ergonomic, light weight, and well-fitted garment that provides extremely high heat extraction from the human body without hampering full freedom of movement and dexterity.
Ability to be cooled using phase change materials (PCM), compressed air (vortex cooler) or water (cool pack, vapor compression) to provide cooling from 50W to 300W as required by the specific use case.
Engineered in conjunction with the body's physiological responses to temperature. Remains above aggressive cooling temperatures (<75°F) that can trigger vasoconstriction and inhibit the body’s heat loss.
Oceanit's advanced cooling garment delivers 50% higher heat extraction from the human body through through improved coolant pump circulation efficiency, novel thermally-conductive polymer tubing materials to transfer heat faster, and optimization of coolant temperatures/control to mitigate biological vasoconstriction.
Oceanit's advanced cooling garment delivers industry-leading personal cooling through better materials, design, and vasoconstriction management.
The current generation of the Super Cool Vest uses over 60 feet of advanced tubing material to provide optimized cooling across the wearer's torso.
Developed to provide workers, athletes, and military personnel with a sleek functional garment that provides optimal cooling in the harshest environments.
Removes 70% more heat and provides superior cooling at 80°F (27°C) compared to traditional vests operating at 70°F, under the same flow conditions.
Oceanit’s Super Cool Vest was developed to be cooled using liquids, Phase Change Materials (PCM), thermocouples, compressed air, or even vapor compression. It is engineered to vastly outperform all other PCSs on the market today by using four key innovations.
Oceanit’s novel tubing polymer is lightweight, flexible, durable, and offers up to 50% better thermal conductivity compared with PVC or Tygon.
Improved efficiency in coolant pump circulation speed and power reduces load on batteries/power source.
Optimized spacing and placement of cooling tubes maximize heat extraction from the wearer’s body.
Management of biological vasoconstriction optimizes the heat transfer between the body and the tubing.