News | August 31, 2017

A New Safety Solution For Heat Stress

Huntington Beach, CA /PRNewswire/ -- The country is in the process of a complete overhaul. We are building and fixing more roads, bridges, and other infrastructures more than ever. More projects mean more concerns over safety. Especially during the summer, heat safety is a key issue for a lot of workers. ZIPPKOOL ( introduces an effective way to keep workers cool and comfortable while they work, to maximize productivity even in the deadliest weathers.

Developed in Japan 15 years ago, ZIPPKOOL® has become the #1 method in Japan to keep workers in construction, agriculture, manufacturing stay cool in hot environments with over ONE MILLION USERS IN JAPAN ALONE. Since ZIPPKOOL® made its debut in the U.S. in 2015, more and more people are using ZIPPKOOL® to stay cool and comfortable in the summer.


  • ZIPPKOOL® Cooling Jacket works in hot environment between 80F to 115F (humidity up to 95%)
  • ZIPPKOOL® Cooling Jacket lowers temperature inside the jacket by 25F, humidity by up to 30% for cooler and comfortable work environment – in a very cost effective way.
  • Powered by a high powered rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery, it keeps you cool from 6 Hours to 24 Hours in a single charge. (10 Hours at recommended setting)
  • Light weight, durable fabric and long battery life makes it the perfect wearable technology for construction workers, agricultural workers, warehouse workers and more.

Don't believe us? Contact us and we will provide free demos! Or, if you will be in the area, visit the ZIPPKOOL® Booth at the #PWX2017 in Orlando, FL from August 27th to the 29th to personally experience the cooling effect. Visit for more info.

Construction Workers:

New ANSI Class 3 High Visibility ZIPPKOOL® Cooling Jacket and Helmet Cooler is scheduled for release in February 2018! This has received tremendous praise from workers across the country at the World of Concrete #WOC2017 and CONEXPO/CON-AGG 2017 #conexpo. Contact Jiro Wayama ( for info!


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