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Inspecting and Validating a Cool Cube™ PCM Cooler

ARTICLE Inspecting and Validating a Cool Cube™ PCM Cooler by Luther OlsonJanuary 13, 2020 Ten-year-old Cool Cube™ PCM coolers are still in the field and transporting valuable temperature sensitive material (vaccine, blood, varicella, medicine, platelets, etc.). So with a bit of care and these helpful tips, you too can expect a long life from your Cool Read More
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VeriCor looking back and looking ahead

VeriCor looking back and looking ahead Looking back...looking ahead! (It's that time of year.) Looking back at VeriCor's innovations: ACS/ER Systems - 13 years ago Workstations - 11 years ago Cool Cube™ PCM Coolers - 10 years ago Cache Conversion Service - 9 years ago UMOs, MedKits & HICS Case - 8 years ago Hospital Triage & Treatment Systems - 6 Read More
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Simple Packout for 2020 | Organize and Protect Valuable Supplies | Kits Ready to Protect Staff & Patients

Simple Packout for 2020 News & Promotions A) Simple Packout for 2020 Out with the old, in with the new! If packout methods seem cumbersome and hard to get right (the Packing Vaccines for Transport during Emergencies for example), maybe 2020 is the year to get an easy & qualified, container and packout system. The Cool Cube™ is so Read More
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The Cadillac of Qualified Systems | Trailers for Preparedness Supplies | Hospital Incident Command

The Cadillac of Qualified Systems News & Promotions A) The Cadillac of Qualified Systems Help needed though! Cool Cube™ PCM Coolers are the Cadillac of temperature sensitive transport and backup systems. That's because they are: Ultra safe (temperature-specific PCM) Easy to use (quick pack-out) Long lasting (3+ days without ice or electricity) Quality focused (high-end components used) But wait, we Read More
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TMD and DDL Requirements | Alternate Care Medical Site | Mobile Emergency Room Systems

Cool Cube™ Pockets News & Promotions A) TMD and DDL Requirements Be in compliance with the CDC. From the 2019 Toolkit (p. 9): Every vaccine storage and transport (emergency or non-emergency) unit must have a TMD.* Use DDLs with a current and valid Certificate of Calibration Testing. Keep the recorded data for three years or longer. Have at Read More