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23 August 2017

Be Prepared for Cold Weather with ECO-Light CB Thermal Cover

Cold weather can represent a great risk for shippers of frost-sensitive goods. Many chemical products such as water-based paints and varnishes, adhesives and other construction substances such as plaster and mortar products have to be protected against frost during transportation and storage.

ECOCOOL’s ECO-LIGHT thermal cover meets this requirement in a special way. It is not without reason that a great many national and international freight forwarders have been placing their trust in this product for many years now.

Thanks to its real aluminium foil coating, ECOCOOL’s made-to-measure thermal covers offer outstanding insulation. The company considers itself as a part of the logistics chain, and its fast and flexible delivery times ensure that no customer is ever left out in the cold.

ECOCOOL is also offering the ECO-LIGHT CB. CB stands for closed bubble and means that the air cushion foil on the inside is enclosed by a further layer of High-density polyethylene (HDPE) film. In addition to increased tensile strength, this extra layer also offers a benefit in terms of handling because the HDPE glides more easily over previously wrapped pallets with PE film.

ECOCOOL's THERMOCOVER ECO-SAFE ISOHOOD-2L.2 is a double-layer polyethylene bubble foil coated with an aluminium foil on both sides.
While pharmaceutical products in the 2°C-8°C temperature range are usually being transported in more expensive passive or active shipping containers, products in the so-called “controlled...
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