RINI’s Personal Cooling System helps the United States Air Force 1st Fighter Wing Maintenance Squad Beat the Heat.
RINI’s Personal Cooling System helps airmen wearing Mission Oriented Protective Posture (MOPP) Gear stay cool at the US Misawa Air Force Base in Japan.
RINI Tech wins contract with the 1st Maintenance Squadron at Langley AFB to provide Personal Cooling Systems to F-22 Maintainers wearing Tyvek suits in hot conditions. Read More:
RINI Tech wins contract with the 6th Air Refueling Wing at MacDill AFB to provide Personal Cooling Systems to KC-135 Aircrew and Maintainers. Read More:
RINI Tech is awarded a contract from the USMC to developed a Expeditionary Medical Cooling System for the transport of blood.
Jimmie Johnson wins NASCAR Championships using RINI Tech’s Personal Cooling System
RINI Tech finished the development of a new Active Cooling System for Bomb Suits. Prototypes are now being tested by US military and law enforcement end users.
RINI Tech wins contact with US Army to provide Personal Cooling System to soldier’s using advanced Chem / Bio Suits.
RINI’s Driver Cooling System is approved by and introduced into NASCAR
RINI brings NSRDEC partnership to fruition
In partnership with the US Army Natick Soldier Center (NSRDEC), RINI Tech has developed the Bulk Water Cooling System for use with the Army’s Heat Ailment Recovery Pack
Rini wins DTRA Contract
RINI wins contract from DTRA to develop cooling system for US Military Chem/Bio Suits
US Navy adopts Free-swimming Diver Heating System
RINI has won a contract with the US Navy to supply their patented Free-swimming Diver Heating System to US Navy Divers for cold water operations
CTTSO awards RINI Tech a contact to provide cooling systems to the US Border Patrol
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RINI Tech introduces a new product to the US Auto Racing markets; the PCS-Auto.
This revolutionary Driver & Crew Cooling system greatly reduces the weight and power burden to cars while providing the drivers with consistent cooling throughout the entire race.
RINI wins contract from US SOCOM to develop a cooling system for the Operator to wear the TALOS Suit.
The Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit (TALOS) project is coordinated through the Special Operations Command headquarters at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa. Prototypes are expected to be shown to military commanders in June, with hopes that the suit will be given to high-risk units in 2018. Read More: