World’s First AC Helmet Unveiled At India Pavilion In Expo 2020 Dubai; Provides Cooling Up To 24 Degrees Celsius

by Tania Tarafdar
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Dance, food festivals, workshops Expo 2020’s India pavilion is nothing short of a celebration! The world’s biggest show has 190 countries participating the India pavilion is spread across four massive floors, covering one lakh square feet. The pavilion is housed in Dubai’s sprawling Opportunity district and is made of sandstone. However now, the world’s first air-conditioned safety helmet is also on exhibit in the India pavilion.

The Helmet Has Four Vents & Provides Uniform Cooling

The Expo 2020 Dubai is about innovation and sustainability and the AC helmet is befitting for an exhibition of that scale. Jarsh Safety is India’s award-winning start-up and the Jarsh-NIA AC Helmet is designed for the outdoor workforce and field executives. The air-conditioned helmet will provide relief to those working outdoors under the harsh sun. The helmet has four vents that provide a uniform cooling experience and keep the user sweat-free.

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The Helmet Is Powered By A Rechargeable Battery

It will especially be a huge relief for the construction workers in the UAE. In UAE, workers are not permitted to work outdoors during summers and the UAE law mandates that workers are provided with safety gear and appropriate clothing to prevent injuries. The world’s first AC safety helmet will keep the industrial workforce and executives comfortable in high temperatures. What’s more, the helmet is powered by a rechargeable battery that requires zero maintenance.

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The helmets also come with a pre-installed rechargeable battery pack that has a battery life of two hours. The heavy-duty model has a ten-hour battery backup and is meant for the skilled workforce.

 

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