The Komfort Pets Carrier II is designed with attentive concern for the natural temperature regulation methods of our pets. Our conductive plate automatically warms or cools pets as needed depending on the ambient temperature. Our design team (consisting of veterinarians specializing in animal behavior and top thermoelectric engineers) observed that pets tend to migrate to cool spots (such as tile or concrete floors) in the warm weather and warm spots (such as pavement heated by the sun) during cooler months.
In order to take advantage of the natural methods by which pets warm and cool themselves, the Komfort Pets Carrier II has been designed to provide a highly conductive cooled/warmed portion of the carrier floor that will come into contact with the pet's paws and underside (conduction sequence). The Komfort Pets Carrier II also provides a gentle stream of cool air that the pet can breathe (convection sequence). The patent-pending design of the Komfort Pets Carrier II provides these two methods of temperature control simultaneously and is programmed to automatically remain within veterinarian-recommended parameters.
When the ambient temperature reaches 70 degrees Fahrenheit, the cooling mode will automatically engage. When the ambient temperature falls below 56 degrees Fahrenheit, the warming mode will automatically engage and provide needed warmth to the conductive plate.