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Vortex Cooling Vest

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Personal Air Conditioners use filtered compressed air and vortex tube technology to keep workers comfortable in extremely hot or cold areas.

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Vortex head and body cooling system uses 70-100 psi (4.8-6.9 bar) compressed air to cool a worker up to 60°F differential from the air inlet temperature. Vest makes most efficient use of cooling power by properly distributing tempered air over the body.

HCBV-Vest Vortex Cooling Vest Features

  • Large to X-Large
  • Use with Vortex Mancooler
  • Vest with lapels and velcro closures
  • Perforated vest lining

HCBV-AC Vortex Cooling Tube Features

  • vortex mancooling tube
  • 2500 BTUH
  • 3/4 garden hose tempered air discharge / belt
  • 2500 BTUH (625 kCal/hr) / 1/4" Quick Connect (QC)
  • 35 SCFM (991 SLPM)
  • PSIG/bar = 100 / 6.9
  • SCFM / SLPM = 35 / 993
  • Temp. Drop = 60F / 33C
  • Recommended products: 701S-36A, 701S-54

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