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Prolonged Exposure To Heat Can Raise BMR.

  • Agriculture Industry Workers.
  • Construction Workers.
  • Fire Fighters & Emergency. Workers.
  • Horticulturists.
  • Children.
  • Elderly.
  • Handicapped.
  • Athletes.
  • Sportsman & Sports Fans.
  • Physical Exercise Therapists.
  • Outdoor Concert Goers. 
  • and much more.

       Effect Of Heat on Bodily Functions                                        Science of Keeping "KOOL"

Materials In The

Fabrication of Kool Wear

Beat The Heat With A Kool WearTM Kool Tie or Kool Headband. 

  1. Kool Tie users experience less fatigue and are more aware of the job at hand.
  2. Will keep sun off their neck. 
  3. Lowers perspiration rate.
  4. Reduces dehydration.
  5. Reduces stress from overheating.
  6. Cools the body and maintains blood flow to the brain. 
  7. Allows clearer brain function. 
  8. Helps reduce headache pain.
  9. Increases energy level.
  • Super absorbent polymer.
  • Cotton fabric.
  • Thread.
  • Embellishments        
  • (beads, corporate logo, etc.)
  • Packaging materials.
  Kool WearTM

Potential Users

An Alert Worker Is
"A Safer Worker"


  • TGT makes no warranty either expressed or implied concerning the use of these products other than indicated on the label. 
  •  Our recommendations for the use of these products are based on tests believed to be reliable. 
  •  The use and applications of the products is beyond the control of the manufacturer, therefore no guarantees or warranties are expressed or implied relating to the effectiveness or performance of these products.

  • Evaporation of water is a very important means of heat loss for the body.
  • The latent heat of evaporation of water at normal body temperature is 0.58 kcal/g.
  • So with the evaporation of each gram of water from the body surface, the body loses 0.58 kcal of heat.
  • This water loss occurs mostly through sweating, but also through water that is breathed out or diffuses through the skin. 
  • The rate of evaporation depends on the relative humidity (RH) of the air, and only occurs when RH < 100% . 
  • The application of a moist cloth, or in this case a bandanna or a neck tie that contains moisture holding polymers can assist in reducing the kcal/g of heat. 
  • The degree to which it is effective relates directly to both the ambient temperature as well as body temperature.
  • Kool Wear neck coolers are easy to prepare for use, easy to maintain while using them and can be washed for keeping good hygiene. 
  • Non-toxic polymer granules often called crystals are concealed in the casing of a polyester filter fabric with an outer shell of cotton neck scarf. 
  • When the scarf is soaked in water the granules absorb the water, expand, and turn into a crystalline gel. 
  • The polymers release water through filter fabric due to osmotic pressure from the dryness of the surrounding
  • Evaporation of water is a very important means of heat loss for the body.
  • Environment and the cotton fabric absorbs the released water.
  • Most body organs are most efficient at relatively constant body temperatures, near 37°C (98.6°F). 
  • The normal range of body temperature is from 35.5 to 40°C (96°F to 104°F). 
  • Beyond these boundaries, the human is susceptible to heat stroke (elevated temperature) or hypothermia, both of which are life threatening conditions


Body Temperature.

  • For every increase of 0.5C in internal temperature of the body, the BMR increases by about 7 percent. 
  • The chemical reactions in the body actually occur more quickly at higher temperatures. So, a patient with a fever of
  • 42ºC (about 4ºC above normal) would have an increase of about 50 percent in BMR. 

External Temperature.

  • Temperature outside the body also affects basal metabolic rate. 
  • Exposure to cold temperature causes an increase in the BMR.
  • So as to create the extra heat needed to maintain the body's internal temperature, a short exposure to hot temperature has little effect on the body's metabolism as it is compensated mainly by increased heat loss.