AUSTRALIA: Researchers Create Fridge Vest For Emergency Workers
Scientists in Australia have come up with a new design of vest for soldiers and emergency workers that will keep them cool while working in hot conditions or wearing layers of protective clothing. Nuclear, biological, chemical and other protective uniforms all prevent the body from cooling itself naturally through perspiration, but the new vest pipes body heat through vapour filled cavities into the atmosphere aided by an evaporative cooling heat exchanger.
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