Traveling around the world can be a stressful and hot proposition. But no matter the climate or location, a cool, refreshing breeze is always a welcome arrival. At Breezer Mobile Cooling we believe everyone deserves to be cool, especially those traveling.

Emergency Cool Down

The Changi Airport in Singapore is one of the largest transportation hubs in Southeast Asia. But like any major airport, things don’t always go according to plan. Last year Changi’s Terminal 2 had a fire–ironically from an air conditioning unit. This caused smoke to pour in through the air vents requiring the terminal to be cleared of passengers.

Many travelers were evacuated to the tarmac, requiring them to stand on the blistering hot surface in the oppressive Singapore heat. Airport personnel quickly sprang into action with some innovative thinking. The workers remembered the six Power Breezer cooling fans that were being used in its Terminal 2 baggage handling area. And thanks to the mobility of the Power Breezer, the cooling fans were quickly redeployed to the tarmac. The portable air coolers were able to keep the evacuees cool and safe until they were able to re-enter the terminal.

Cooling Should be Accessible Anywhere

This true story is just one more example of how our evaporative cooling fans are keeping people cool and safe all over the world. Air coolers from Breezer Mobile Cooling are portable, which means they can be utilized anywhere where cooling is needed–in this circumstance on the tarmac. The compact Power Breezer is an energy-efficient, durable, and portable mobile cooling unit that helps mitigate heat illness, provides relief, and increases safety.

Visit our website today to learn more about the Power Breezer.

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