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ECOCOOL|29 January 2020

Cooling Elements

ECOCOOL provides a vast array of cooling elements for the pharmaceutical industry.

ECOCOOL provides a vast array of cooling elements for the pharmaceutical industry.

These include:

  • Coolpack gel packs
  • Reusable hard shell packs
  • Customized, dimensionally stable cooling elements with foam core (foam bricks) with various cooling agents (water, PCM)
  • Absorber cooling elements

COOLPACK COOLING ELEMENTS

Coolpack cooling elements are food contact approved, thermoformed, and water-based gel-filled cooling elements.

  • Numerous formats can be folded along their seams, even when frozen
  • Customer-specific elements with printed or coloured foils available on request
  • Non-standard capacities available

REUSABLE COOLING ELEMENTS

  • Stable cooling element with HDPE sleeve
  • Various melting temperatures (0°C and -18°C) available
  • Customisable with customer-specific colours or embossing on request

DIMENSIONALLY STABLE FOAM BRICK COOLING ELEMENTS

To ensure defined dimensions in both frozen and thawed conditions, dimensionally stable cool packs with foam core are available. ECOCOOL offers custom foam bricks with either water or PCM filling. With or without corrugated cardboard outer carton, as specified by the customer.

ABSORBER COOLING ELEMENTS

Sorba-Freeze absorber cooling elements are made from superabsorbent granules in a water-permeable bag. The granules are non-toxic and certified for use with foodstuffs. The elements are watered and then frozen prior to use. Once thawed, the water remains absorbed in the elements.

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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