Posted June 24, 2020

Magid introduces new line of cooling PPE

Magid launched a new product line powered by the instant cooling innovations company MISSION, along with an initiative to create an industrial heat safety protocol to help reduce the number of heat-related illnesses in the workplace and on the job site.

Magid Cool Powered by MISSIONMagid Cool Powered by MISSION's inaugural offering includes cooling bandanas, cooling neck gaiters/face covers, cooling towels and cooling skull caps – all designed to combat industrial heat illness in the workplace and the financial ramifications it has on businesses worldwide. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, every day 11 workers are seriously injured or die from heat stress. Magid Cool's proprietary MISSION® cooling fabrics provide reusable, chemical-free cooling, which cools the fabric to 30 degrees below the average body temperature in less than 60 seconds, and stays cool for up to two hours providing long-lasting relief.

Magid Cool uses MISSION's proprietary and patented instant cooling technologies that professional athletes, such as Serena Williams and Dwyane Wade, have relied on for years. Workers in any hot condition — from the construction site to the factory floor — stand to benefit from this new line of innovative instant cooling products. Heat stress, which can range from minor cramping to heat stroke — has many causes. These include high temperatures and humidity; dehydration; bulky PPE and equipment; poor workplace regulations; heavy physical exertion; direct sun exposure; limited air movement; poor health or chronic health conditions

"Heat stress is a serious, potentially life-threatening issue that is completely preventable," said Sarah Anderson, director of product management at Magid. "Our new line of products powered by MISSION uses state-of-the-art evaporative cooling technology to give instant relief from overheating. Using our product along with necessary precautions like staying hydrated and taking consistent breaks will help reduce heat-related illness and injuries on the job."