We will work with you to customize and test which insulation (liners) and refrigerant (gels) is most suited for your specific needs. This will vary based on your product, temperature range requirement and the transit times of your shipments.
There are 5 major factors that contribute to how long gel packs remain frozen.
a) The number and size of gel packs used.
b) The type of insulation used to line your shipping box.
c) The amount of void space in your box.
d) The outside temperature during shipping.
e) Transit time from your location to destination of your box.
Yes, they can be thawed and refrozen many times.
We stock 16/24/32/48/ 64-ounce gel packs.
There is no need for concern if a gel pack is damaged. The gel inside is food-grade and non-toxic. Dispose as follows: Cut the plastic pouch, pour the non-toxic contents down the sink with the water running or flush down the toilet. The additional water will dissolve the gel. Recycle the plastic pouch.
Yes, we do provide samples for testing based on each customer’s requirements and application.