This task consists of spray coating finished goods in a booth. Because the work area is near the kiln, temperatures can reach up to 50℃ in the summer. Winds can affect the spray coating process, so we opt to use a spot cooler in the workplace, however the spot cooler is placed a little further away. We also had air-blown tubes using the factory's air compressor and worn under the work clothes, but the air temperature is high on hot summer days, and even with both that and a spot cooler, we were not getting the cooling we needed.
We found COOLEX at an exhibition and decided to try it out. The workers were able to stay cool without the worry of wind affecting their work. Actually, we also produces chillers, but because of the higher costs of developing this cooling system, we have decided to use COOLEX.
Some workers said that it worked too well. The workers are wearing COOLEX over their work clothes but under their protective gear, providing enough cooling. The temperature can be adjusted throughout the job as well. They were able to make sure coating did not get on the chiller and hose.