Cool Cube™ FAQ
A Question from Your ColleaguesQuestion: How are these different than the ice/Igloo combination I use now?
Answer: This short 2-minute video (click here) explains it well. But if you don’t have two minutes, here it is in brief…
Ice and off-the-shelf coolers are for chilling beverages, not managing critical temperatures for life-saving products. Ice melts at 0°C/32°F, and very few temp-sensitive products want to be at 0°C/32°F. The difference? Cool Cube™ temperature regulating panels are engineered to maintain a safe temperature for specific products.
The insulation of the Cool Cube™ is the best on the market for keeping out ambient temperatures. The 1″ thick vacuum panels insulate better than 3.3″ of polyurethane — the insulation found in other “high-performance” coolers. This translates into less bulk and better protection for temp sensitive products.
The construction is creative but simple. If/when the ambient temperatures get past the insulation, the PCM (phase change material) panels take control. Both the insulation and PCM surround the product, eliminating warm/cold spots while enabling a quick, easy pack-out.