A Unique Concept in Heated Clothing

Being cold is miserable. After freezing for years in Operating Rooms, Dr. Mark Silverberg, an anesthesiologist, took matters into his own hands and together with an expert team, developed a unique concept in battery heated clothing, OPERATIONHEATJAC

OPERATIONHEATJAC is a heated garment that is worn around the torso and acts as a personal radiator. It takes the form of a belt that is worn over scrubs and under a warm-up jacket or surgical gown and meets all AORN standards. The benefits for OR staff are obvious, no more shivering and suffering but OPERATIONHEATJAC also has potential benefits for patients >>READ MORE

The heat is delivered by custom engineered heating pads or air activated warmers. The electrical heating pads can be powered via a rechargeable battery, allowing for complete mobility or a transformer for those who are stationary, and include a temperature controller.

This original technology led to development of additional products and two new company divisions were born. HEATJAC for Motorsports and HEATJAC for the Outdoors

HEATJAC for Motorsports offer products designed especially for motor cyclists and can be powered directly from a motorcycle power port. Any motorcycle jackets can be easily converted into a heated motorcycle jacket,

HEATJAC for the outdoors is a practical solution to staying warm in any cold situation such as

  • Watching sporting event in the cold
  • Winter adventures
  • Hunting and fishing activities
  • Standing at a cold bus stop
  • Shoveling snow
  • Working in a hyper air-conditioned office. Wear it under a sweater.

and easily adds “super power” to any of your cold weather clothing. No need to go and purchase a battery heated jacket. Purchase just one HEATJAC system and ALL your jackets can become battery heated.

Development Team

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HEATJAC, LLC Advisory Board

Bruce Menkes, Esq

  • Lawyer with over 30 years of experience in advising participants in the medical industry, including physicians, group practices, and device manufacturers
  • Substantial work with startup businesses
  • Frequent author and lecturer on legal issues
  • Served on multiple boards of directors
  • JD, University of Chicago; BA College of William and Mary