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Cool Cube™ FAQ | Beds for a Surge Response | Cache Conversion


Cool Cube™ FAQHow many times can the Cool Cube™ be opened

A Question From Your Colleagues

Question: How many times can the Cool Cube™ be opened?

Answer: A lot. Unlike a fridge that when opened cold air escapes out the bottom and warm air enters from the top, the Cool Cube™ has a top-open design. When opened, the cool air stays down within the unit while the warm, ambient air stays above it. Once closed, the phase change material (PCM) that surrounds the product quickly cools any warm air trapped inside. To supplement customer testimonies corroborating this phenomenon, a test was run over a 3-day period. During the 82 hours it was within range (2-8°C), the VT-08 was logged as opened 56 times in a warm, humid environment.
  • No ice
  • No electricity
  • 82 hours (2-8°C)
  • 56 opens
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Beds for a Surge ResponseBeds for a Surge Response

Compact Storage-Quick Deployment

Need a bed to support a surge capacity response program? VeriCor Response Beds are ideal for fixed hospitals or as temporary field operating tables during EP activation. They meet FEMA guidelines (and ADA compliance standards) while having a folding design for easy storage. EP planners now have the versatility to choose exactly what they need, matched with quality they (and patients) will depend on during a crisis. All beds and racks are made in the USA.

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Cache ConversionConvert a Cache into a System

Convert the Mess of Supplies

What do allocated emergency preparedness supplies look like for your facility? Are they expired? Are they organized? Is any of it recalled? VeriCor’s Medical Cache Conversion process converts a mess of supplies into a ready-to-respond system that is organized and manageable, so that when an event happens care can be provided. A mess of supplies can be turned into a Response-Friendly® System…just watch!

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