March 4, 2016

Electric Fan Engineering’s THERMAL STAR® BODY COOLING SYSTEM, covered by U.S. Patent #9,308,121 and patents pending, will provide stimulating cooling relief for people that are exposed to high environmental temperatures. It will help maintain a person’s body temperature at a safe level, increasing alertness, performance and concentration, while reducing health and safety concerns, over-heat stress, and fatigue.

The portable compact THERMAL STAR® BODY COOLING SYSTEM contains a belt mounted battery-operated fan apparatus that discharges a high velocity air stream directly against the body through waist-mounted nozzles or spiral air distribution tubes placed about the chest, head or neck. As the air passes over the body, it creates a cooling effect by evaporating the body’s moisture from perspiration.

Unlike other assemblies, the light weight [ under 2 lbs ] THERMAL STAR® system will provide superior cooling and mobility since it does not require any garments or vests to hold it in place. Another unique feature is that it can operate over or under clothing making it suitable for PPE applications.

Military proven, the first system was developed to keep Army Tank personnel cool in dessert conditions where inside vehicle temperatures could reach 160 degrees F. Today, the THERMAL STAR® BODY COOLING SYSTEM is the first product of its kind that now can help many industries reduce health, safety, and life threatening concerns over heat stress. Assemblies can be used by the military, construction workers, welders, hazmat personnel, first responders, firefighters, industrial workers etc.

The THERMAL STAR® BODY COOLING SYSTEM can be used as an eco-friendly substitute for costly conventional cooling systems, such as air conditioning. From an economic standpoint, it will help companies increase profitability by reducing cost associate with heat related illnesses.

About Electric Fan Engineering

SINCE 1978, as a worldwide leader in cooling technology, EFE has research, developed and patented many thermal management components.

For more information contact Roger Clemente at Electric Fan Engineering or visit the web site

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