SOURCE: ThermaFreeze Products Corporation

January 12, 2007 16:00 ET

ThermaFreeze Products™ Corporation Announces Successful Race Car Driver Comfort Test

THEODORE, AL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 12, 2007 -- ThermaFreeze Products Corporation (PINKSHEETS: TFZP) announced today that the Company's ThermaFreeze Refrigerant and its proprietary multi-pocket vest were successfully used by race car drivers in multiple races sponsored by the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA). The lightweight ThermaFreeze Refrigerant Vest is used under the Nomex racing uniform.

Temperatures in the closed cockpit of racecars reach as high as 120 degrees F. Drivers reported a dramatic increase in comfort with no hindrance or negative side effects during the races. NASCAR drivers have reported the same high temperature problem.

"This is a good example of the many uses ThermaFreeze has. We will be conducting beta tests in other confined-space, high temperature environments shortly, including aeronautical applications," stated Joe Murray, President of ThermaFreeze Products Corporation.

About ThermaFreeze Products Corporation:

ThermaFreeze Products Corporation, with product, process and system patents, is a solutions-based company for shipment of perishables, including frozen and refrigerated food items and pharmaceutical prescriptions. The company's products replace wet ice and gel packs for temperature control.

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