PHOOZY has been featured in the NASA Spinoff 2020 program for its innovative use of spacesuit technologies in the consumer sector. The Spinoff program follows NASA technologies as they make their way through the commercial sector.

PHOOZY utilizes “radiant barrier technology” to protect personal devices from temperature extremes that can either cause a device to overheat in the summer or experience a significant loss in battery life in the cold of winter.

Kevin Conway, Co-Founder, and CEO of PHOOZY drew upon his experience as a professional racecar driver when developing the product. After thinking about the fireproof suit he wore in his car and other materials that help keep the cockpit of his race car cooler, he was inspired to look further into NASA spacesuits and materials because of their ability to overcome extreme temperatures in space.

Through significant research and development with aerospace engineers, the PHOOZY team was able to develop their own, patented “Chromium Thermal Barrier” based on the technologies used by NASA.

“We are incredibly honored to be featured in the NASA Spinoff 2020 as a consumer brand in America utilizing technology originally developed for the space program, to create a much-needed solution for our phones, tablets, and laptops” stated Conway. “Our patented Chromium Thermal Barrier utilizes the radiant barrier technology and other materials used to protect astronauts and electronics in space, to protect your electronics here on earth.”

Currently, PHOOZY manufactures protective cases (Thermal Capsules) for phones, tablets, and laptops to protect from the elements while at the beach, on the boat, or on the slopes. By incorporating an impact-resistant core into the layers of protection, PHOOZY has surpassed the military drop standards and has enabled the capsules to float if dropped in water; it’s the lifejacket for your devices.

Read the NASA Spinoff 2020 publication HERE

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June 17, 2020

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