Discover this video presenting the work & study by . Sport Innovation deployed in the fight against COVID-19: the Cooling Vests of the project Thermo Tokyo.
Cooperation Partners for the study: Radboudumc, TNO, Inuteq and NOC*NSF.
With the recent COVID-19 virus, medical workers are exposed to high numbers of critically ill patients. PPE requires several layers of additional protective clothes to be worn by staff.
Medical teams have to perform like athletes: from needing endurance, and focus to concentration during long period of time. Heat stress becomes a challenge.
Personal Cooling apparel really makes a difference, Heat stress symptoms include confusion, dizziness, fatigue, fainting, headaches, muscle or abdominal cramps, nausea, vomiting, etc.
Demonstrated in sports and at work, wearing Personal Cooling means avoiding heat stress symptoms, increasing performance, better concentration, better thermal comfort, reducing sweating & transpiration, lowering heart rate and recovering faster.
Easy to use and clean, INUTEQ Entry PCM CoolOver has been developed and manufactured in the Netherlands for Medical Staff. See below for more information about this product.
From hospital ICUs to Age Care, any medical staff needing to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) at work will be exposed to heat stress and can easily use INUTEQ Entry PCM CoolOver to keep cool.
How does PCM CoolOver (21C) works?
This CoolOver Entry PCM by INUTEQ is available in 3 temperatures: 15, 21 & 24 degrees celsius. One size, unisex and adjustable (waistline).
Bio-based Phase Change Material, Foil: INUTEQ-SEAL®. Closure: buckle system.