-21°C, +5°C, +18°C, +22°C
– available with phase transitions from -21°C | +5°C | +18°C | +22°C
– filling with Phase Change Material
– secure temperature-controlled shipping of pharmaceuticals, biotech, food and other sensitive products
– for the temperature ranges <-15°C | +2 to +8°C | +15 to +25°C
– reliably compensate for fluctuations in outside temperature
– very robust hard plastic cover for multi applications
– precisely fitting size for selected THERMOCON cooling systems
– with chamfer for an optimized packing process
– safe alternative to dry ice
– no dangerous goods labelling necessary
– can be reused, unlike dry ice
– own storage possible
– Products do not become too cold even in direct product contact
– does not evaporate during transport
-21°C, +5°C, +18°C, +22°C
Our professional “Gel pack PRO” can be reused several times thanks to its robust PA / PE composite foil.
The gel pack is also available in four different sizes, from 200 to 680 grams. The melting point is around 0°C, making it ideal for thermal transportation. In addition, the gel pack is also available with a melting point of about -21 ° C and a good alternative to dry ice. The safe handling and reusability of the frozen gel packs are not only practical but also cost effective.
The Schaumaplast HDPE pro pack has an extra thick HDPE case and is suitable as a multi-use element in passive thermal packaging. Conventional cooling elements tend to buckle in frozen state. The special construction of the Schaumaplast hard plastic pack minimizes this build-up of bumps and the pack expands at defined points during freezing. This allows the use in selected qualified thermoboxes, where the cooling elements must be placed in certain positions.
Foam Brick with melting point at -21°C:
The PCM pack (PCM = Phase Change Material) opens up new possibilities for the temperature-controlled transport of pharmaceutical products, such as medicines or other temperature-sensitive goods in various temperature ranges. For example, strongly fluctuating outside temperatures can be absorbed and a falling below a certain temperature mark can be avoided.
The ambient temperature range (+15 to +25°C) is one of the typical temperature ranges for the storage and transportation of pharmaceuticals and medicines. For passive thermal packaging, temperature-controlled water-based refrigerants are often used to maintain these temperature limits. These may not be sufficient to maintain the permissible temperature range in hot and especially cold ambient temperatures. Special PCM packs with melting points at +18°C and +22°C can achieve that.
But the PCM pack can also show its strengths in the cold temperature range (+2 to +8°C). It reliably keeps the temperature range inside the Thermobox stable and thus prevents the temperature from falling below or exceeding a certain mark.
The THERMOCON PCM frozen pack melts at -21°C and thus covers the frozen temperatue range (<-15°C). It’s a good alternative to dry ice when transporting temperature-sensitive goods. Dry ice is increasingly critical, especially in air freight, and is classified as hazardous goods. Some service providers even generally reject the use of thermal packaging equipped with dry ice. The PCM frozen pack is also much safer to handle than dry ice. Dry ice consists of frozen CO₂, which has a temperature of -80°C. Appropriate precautions must be taken when handling dry ice, otherwise burns may result. In addition, the PCM frozen pack can be reused as often as required. This is a further advantage over the one-way solution dry ice.
The PCM packs from THERMOCON are one of the most powerful on the market.