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Cryopak Introduces Q-Pak TimeSavers with Brick Refrigerants

The Q-Pak TimeSaver is a variation on the popular TimeSaver line, but the refrigerant is a water-infused “brick”, which ensures a consistent shape and a faster pack-out. The Q-Pak TimeSaver is a variation on the popular TimeSaver line, but the refrigerant is a water-infused “brick”, which ensures a consistent shape and a faster pack-out. The initial offering of this new group of TimeSaver products offers 48-hour range duration in multiple sizes (small, medium, large) for both 2-8°C and 15-25°C temperature ranges. “These brick shippers are easier to pack, and they match the performance of other refrigerants that are available. Read More

May 20, 2021|

Cryopak Expansion Continues in Memphis

Cryopak, the leader in temperature assurance packaging and temperature monitoring devices, looks back on the opening of its new state-of-the-art facility in Memphis. Edison, NJ – Cryopak Industries, a division of Integreon Global, has just completed its first year of providing refrigerants and packaging solutions to customers in the Memphis, TN area. This new 65,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility, located near the airport, and serving the growing cold chain market with ISTA and ASTM-validated solutions opened in the Spring of 2020 to better serve customers located in the Memphis area, as well other key southern locations. Cryopak’s Vice President of Read More

May 12, 2021|

Cryopak Introduces New Polyurethane Packaging Line

PUR-Forma Pre-qualified shipping solutions address a wide range of temperature and duration demand.. Edison, NJ – Cryopak, a global leader in the cold chain packaging industry, has formally developed a line of polyurethane shipping solutions, previously only available as custom-designed offerings. The PUR-Forma Long Range Duration line is comprised of a series of pre-qualified polyurethane shippers manufactured in the U.S. and Canada. The line includes: PUR-Forma Chill (2-8°C), PUR-Forma CRT (15-25°C), PUR-Forma 20B (-20°C) and PUR-Forma DIS (Dry Ice). The PUR-Forma line of products has been engineered to mimic the performance of traditional products in this space, and are appropriate for Food & Read More

April 5, 2021|

Cryopak’s W. Boulay Interviewed by Froid News

Written By: David Shultis Cryopak’s William Boulay provides his comments in the French cold chain publication, Froid News In a recent edition of the French publication, Froid News, William Boulay, General Manager of Cryopak France was interviewed and provided his perspective on Cryopak’s service-oriented approach in working with customers to address their cold chain needs. Read more by selecting the original article in French or A translated version in English below: Read Article in English Lire l'article en Français

March 19, 2021|

Meal Kit Delivery Perspectives – Temperature Assurance Packaging & Monitoring

Written By: Maurice Barakat and David Shultis The Covid-19 Crisis has impacted many aspects of our lives. The meal kit industry is one that came of age, as confirmed by the sharp increase in value of the publicly traded meal kit companies over the past quarter. This article provides an overview of the packaging and regulatory overview of the meal kit industry from the packaging engineering point of view. As a conclusion, it suggests a holistic framework to optimize packaging strategy of home delivered meal kits. Introduction Inc. Magazine, in March 2017 identified 150 meal kit companies in the U.S.1, and Time Magazine Read More

July 22, 2020|

How Many Gel Packs Do I Need?

Passive temperature-controlled packages can be broken down into two basic categories of components: insulation and refrigerants. The package needs to counteract the heat flow into or out of the package wall in such a way that it maintains the product temperature within the required range. The gel pack acts as a refrigerant which absorbs or releases heat while maintaining a constant temperature. This occurs when the gel pack melts or freezes. When melting, the gel pack absorbs heat and keeps the package from warming. Conversely, when freezing, it releases heat and keeps the package from cooling. The role of the insulation is Read More

June 30, 2020|
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