COMPCOOLER Portable ICE Chest Circulation Unit 15L, Temp Control Mode, AC110-220
COMPCOOLER Portable ICE Chest Circulation Unit 15L, Temp Control Mode, AC110-220
COMPCOOLER Portable ICE Chest Circulation Unit 15L, Temp Control Mode, AC110-220

COMPCOOLER Portable ICE Chest Circulation Unit 15L, Temp Control Mode, AC110-220

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COMPCOOLER Portable ICE Chest Circulation Unit 15L Temp Control

Model: COMP-PICU-AC15-TC.

Stay cool, comfortable, and better sleep, cooling energy comes from freezing the removable 3.0-liter ice container or ice cubes.  Expect 3 to 5 hours of cooling performance depending on ambient conditions and temp setting.

A chest that houses a removable 3.0-liter ice container and temp control circulation pumps. It connects the liquid cooling vest with tubing, turn switch “on” and pump circulates cold water in a continuous loop between the ice chest and vest.

Temp control pump unit allows user to set up the temp as need from 36°F to 88°F (2 – 30) with an accuracy of +/-1 ℃ (2°F).

Power is derived from AC110-220 wall plug by adapter.  An optional 7.4V rechargeable battery can also be purchased separately.

Additional ice containers can be purchased and used for prolonged cooling periods. This water-based cooling system is both safe to use and environmentally friendly.

 

Portable and stationary tethered temp control cooling pad was designed for somebody who need better cool sleep, especially for dysautonomia illness like MS, Parkinson's, fibromyalgia etc.

The liquid cooling system is a separate ice chest that weighs 2.5KG (5.5 lbs.), dry weight.  It contains a 3.0-liter removable ice container, circulation pump, power source, and power switch.  When operating, it’s audible output is 45dBA.  Cooling energy is provided by freezing the water in the ice container.  Power is derived from AC110-220V wall plug.  An optional 7.4V rechargeable battery can also be purchased separately. To operate the system, connect the vest tubing to the ice chest using the quick-connect fittings.  Set up the temp as need from 36°F to 88°F (2 – 30), turn the switch ‘On’ and the pump circulates cold water in a continuous loop between the ice chest and cooling pad.  Users can expect a cooling duration anywhere from 3 to 5 hours depending on ambient temperatures and workload. Additional ice containers can be purchased for prolonged cooling.  Ice cubes can also be used for prolonged cooling, although the cooling time will be lessened.