Although the outdoors can be a pleasant environment for most, it could be dangerous for heavily kitted out combatants. US-based company Breezer Mobile Cooling (Hall 5, Stand E577) offers the Power Breezer to help manage hot temperatures in harsh climatic conditions.
Combining jet engine technology with fluid dynamics, the Power Breezer delivers a powerful, focused and quiet air stream to cool partially covered or open areas. It uses less than four litres of water an hour, which is atomised to create tiny droplets that evaporate easily for maximum cooling.
According to the company, the 100 gallon (400-litre) internal water tank runs for up to five days. The unit’s oscillating head cools up to 20m by as much as 14°C, and with no filters or nozzles that can clog up, the Power Breezer is easy to maintain.
Designed to be mission-ready in no time for rugged military use and longevity, it is manufactured with anticorrosive parts, requires no tools for assembly, and is easy to ship anywhere. It meets MIL-STD-810G for sand, dust, heat, rain and humidity, and has passed the Navy’s salt fog test.
Breezer Mobile Cooling has distributed its Power Breezer to US armed forces in 10 countries worldwide, as well as to the commercial sector.