- Promethient expanding into marine industry after successful motorcycle and powersports vehicle launches
- Thermavance technology is a natural fit for marine industry
- Thermavance technology to be showcased at IBEX show in Tampa, Florida Sept. 28-30
Traverse City, Mich. (September 21, 2021) – Promethient, the Michigan-based provider of human-scaled climate control systems, will showcase its Thermavance conductive seat cooling and heating technology to the marine industry at the International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition & Conference (IBEX) in Tampa, Florida, Sept. 28-30, 2021.
“The marine industry is a natural fit for Thermavance,” said Bill Myers, CEO of Promethient. “Our advanced cooling and heating system can be inserted into almost all seat designs that are exposed to the elements, allowing people to achieve comfort in any environment, now including those on the water.”
Thermavance electronically cools and heats seat surfaces using thermoelectric devices and graphene. In addition to being energy efficient, Thermavance is durable with the ability to withstand a wide range of temperatures and marine environments.
The company launched Thermavance seat cooling and heating technology with a major powersports vehicle manufacturer in 2020 and is now available in motorcycles and other vehicles.
“Thermavance seat cooling and heating technology is ideal for recreational vehicles and boats with seating that is exposed to the elements,” Myers said. “It enhances comfort by directly and conductively cooling or heating the person, rather than the air around them.”
Promethient will participate at IBEX Sept. 28-30 at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa in booth 1-816.