TODAY’S PATENT – STRUCTURE OF HAT WITH COOLING SYSTEM FOR THE HEAD
The Structure Of Hat With Cooling System for the Head was invented by Cheng-Hsien Sher (Kauhsiung City) on the 8th of October, 1991, bearing patent number US5054122A.
The present invention is related to hats and more particularly to a structure of hat with cooling system for the head. While working under the sun, people usually put a hat on one’s head to protect against direct sunlight. When bearing a hat to work under direct sunlight for a certain period of time, oppressive hot air immediately fills in the space between the head and the hat to make one feel uncomfortable and depressed. The present invention has been accomplished under the circumstances in view. It is an object of the present invention to provide a cooling hat which can efficiently cool the head. Another object of the present invention is to provide a cooling hat which protects people from suffering a sun-stroke. To accomplish the above objects, a cooling hat comprises a covering for the head and having a channel holder internally made on its periphery for the fastening therein of a certain pieces of cooling elements and a ventilating socket. The cooling elements absorb heat and greatly reduce surface temperature to comfort the head. The quantity of the cooling elements can be flexibly arranged according to actual requirement.