Temperature controlled packaging solutions in GTA & Southwestern Ontario are crucial for shipping processes handling heat-sensitive materials. This includes perishable food products, pharmaceutical goods, and even certain handmade beauty products. The importance of this special protection increases in situations where storage warehouses and shipping methods lack temperature controls. Depending on the needs of each industry, the materials and tools used for thermal protection during transportation vary. Several methods are often used at once for optimal preservation of merchandise.
The specialized service of temperature-controlled shipping, also called “cold chain logistics,” is a growing corner of the commercial, retail, and direct to consumer-markets. As this transportation method protects valuable merchandise like medical supplies, it is of tremendous importance. Temperature-controlled packaging products are essential to the process.
To grasp how insulation works, first, one must have a basic understanding of how heat behaves. Heat is ever seeking equilibrium. This means that any hot material gradually loses heat to the surrounding air and cools. Conversely, a cold material warms up as heat transfers from surrounding air and substances. Insulation, very simply, provides a barrier for this exchange. Very minimal heat transfer occurs, which can be seen in examples of a down coat during winter, or how coolers help out during the summer season. Materials that prevent heat transfer for commercial packing include Styrofoam and reflective bubble wrap insulation. The latter utilizes non-breathable materials to form a vapor barrier and deflect heated particles back to the source.
Imperative product elements for better maintenance of temperature include:
Distinctive Solutions Inc. offers customers a large array of such options. Some popular tools are cold packs, insulated boxes and box liners, and reflective bubble wrap insulation. The latter is particularly effective, as well as specialty lightweight TempShield reflective bubble foil insulation. The thermal protection offered by these two products is invaluable to all markets that deal in temperature-sensitive goods.
By following the illustration, you can easily assemble the insulated box liners in Canada. Fold Panel A along the backside and bottom of the box. Then, fold Panel B along the front and sides of your box. The edge will be on the top of Panel A on the bottom.
Make sure the panels press securely along the edges of the box and that there are no gaps. Now, place the items inside the box. Finally, fold Panel A’s top over the box
Our AB box liner doesn’t take up much space in your warehouse and comes as two custom die-cut pieces to transform the ordinary boxes into an shipping insulated boxes for frozen food. The FDA has approved the gusseted liner for accidental contact of food, and it resists leaks well.