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The Size and Performance of Power Breezer Portable Cooler Technology Cools Large, Wide Spaces

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Most people understand that working in hot conditions is not ideal. In fact, it can be downright dangerous – leading to accidents caused by sweaty hands or fogged safety goggles, heat exhaustion or even heat stroke, which can be fatal. Hot working conditions cut down on morale and severely limit productivity, yet many plants, manufacturing facilities, and warehouses are very difficult to cool. Even if these types of buildings are air conditioned or have large overhead fans, there are often areas where cooler air just isn’t reaching, such as workspaces that are outside, partially covered or in remote parts of the facility.

So, what’s the solution to this tricky problem? That’s an easy one: a powerful and effective portable cooler. Having a portable cooling solution for a plant, manufacturing facility, or warehouse is essential. The size and performance of Power Breezer technology cools large, wide spaces while the portability allows you to move it to the parts of the facility most in need.

The Power Breezer Industrial-Grade Portable Cooling Fan, which was originally designed for the U.S. Military, helps reduce heat-related injuries and increase the comfort of your workers. This portable cooler covers an area up to 3,000 square feet and lowers the temperature up to 27 degrees. Its 100-gallon water tank lasts up to five days, and it offers variable fan speed as well as a low maintenance design with no nozzles to clog or hose to clean. At only 30” by 42”, it takes up almost no floor space and draws less than 9 amps of power, less than a hair dryer! The portable cooler moves on 4 heavy-duty castors, so you can put it exactly where you need it.

Designed and assembled right here in the USA, by Veterans, the Power Breezer portable cooler is a chemical-free, powerful cooling solution.

To try it in your facility, visit today to learn more.

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