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Ergodyne Launches Industrial Hard-Sided Coolers

Ergodyne announced an addition to its Chill-Its® lineup with the launch of new Industrial Hard-Sided Coolers, available in both 48- and 17-quart sizes. This is the company’s first line of coolers.

“With a continued emphasis on heat stress solutions, coolers were a logical next step for us,” said Alsie Nelson, senior product manager for Ergodyne. “Keeping water bottles cold for longer periods of time is invaluable to a worksite but, more than that, these are a great compliment to our evaporative cooling gear. Having a cold place to soak and store towels, vests and headwear is a major benefit of this line.”

With up to 30 hours of cooling, these durable coolers can take workers from the jobsite to the tailgate and everywhere in between. Interior compartments and containers keep items separate and dry, while hands-free lids allow for uninterrupted access. Transportation is easy with durable carry handles on the 48 quart and a convertible handle/shoulder strap on the 17 quart. Both rugged coolers can also be utilized as a stool with support for up to 300 lbs.

“The cooler line is another way we can bridge our products from the workday to the weekend,” said Tom Votel, Ergodyne president and CEO. “It’s important for us to continue to innovate products that keep people cool and safe on any occasion.”

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