Temp-Shield™-Insulation-System-of-Cool-Cube™-28-(Complete-Set)-CC-VIP-28
Temp-Shield™-Insulation-System-of-Cool-Cube™-28-(Complete-Set)-CC-VIP-28
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Temp-Shield™ Insulation System of Cool Cube™ 28 (Full Set)

For Insulation Replacement (Set of Panels)
SKU:
CC-VIP-28

A set of six vacuum insulation panels that form the barrier of the Cool Cube™ 28. These panels provide advanced thermal protection for temperature sensitive product by utilizing vacuum insulation technology on all six sides of the cooler.

$529.00

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Fridge Temps PCM System for Cool Cube™ 28 (6 Panels)

A set of six panels containing phase change material (PCM) that is nontoxic & biodegradable. These panels for the Cool Cube™ 28 provide advanced thermal protection for refrigerated product due to a 4.5°C/40.1°F melting point (temperature hold).

Memory-Loc™ Temperature Monitoring & Data Logger Kit

A data logging thermometer that locks over 1 million temperature observations (good for 21 CFR 11 environments). This calibrated logger has user-defined time intervals, downloads data to any USB stick, and meets current CDC requirements.

The Temp-Shield™ Insulation System of Cool Cube™ 28 (Complete Set) (CC-VIP-28) consists of six (6) panels sealed together to form the replaceable insulating barrier of Cool Cube™ 28 models. Each panel is a rigid board of powder, shrink wrapped, encased with an aluminum membrane skin, and sealed under vacuum.

Technology & Features

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5X More Efficient

Cool Cube™ vacuum insulation panel (VIP) technology has a high level of insulation performance with very low thermal conductivity, enabling a thin design. This means more room for payload and less bulk to carry.

Long Life

Quality core material wrapped in a tough aluminum membrane skin extends the life expectancy of these VIPs well past 5 years. Testing results indicate panels are 95% effective after 5 years and can last 10-20 years. VIPs are replaceable.

Added Protection

A clear protective laminate withstands the rigors of everyday use. This clear layers lets users inspect the panel(s) for signs of vacuum loss while providing an extra film of protection for the skin.

Dimensions & Specs

Five panels taped together. Lid is loose.
Outside: 16” x 16” x 16”
Weight: 12 lbs.

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FAQs

General Cool Cube™

Components

Yes. All components are available for purchase. Click Here
All components are available for purchase.
A plastic panel filled with phase change material. Each Cool Cube™ comes with 6 PCM panels that make up the PCM System.
The VIP (Vacuum Insulation Panel) System consists of 6 panels that form an insulation barrier for the Cool Cube™. Each panel is a specially formed rigid foam board, shrink wrapped, encased in a metallic plastic film, and sealed under vacuum.
Phase Change Material – a substance with a high heat of fusion which, melting and solidifying at a certain temperature, is capable of storing and releasing large amounts of energy.
Vacuum Insulation Panel – a form of thermal insulation consisting of a gas-tight enclosure surrounding a rigid core, from which the air has been evacuated.

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Conditioning

The PCM inside is NOT below its phase change temperature of 21.5°C/70.7°F. Make sure that the storage temperature is always below 20°C/68°F.
The PCM inside is NOT below its phase change temperature of 4.5°C/40.1°F. Make sure that the storage temperature is always below 4°C/39.2°F.
The PCM inside is NOT below its phase change temperature of -21.5°C/-6.7°F. Make sure that the freezer temperature is always below -23°C/-9.4°F.
Yes for Cool Cubes™ at Fridge Temps. However before pack-out, the panels must sit-out and warm-up until they “sweat” so that they don’t make the cooler too cold.
Yes for Cool Cubes™ at Fridge Temps. Make sure the refrigerator temperature is below 4°C to ensure panels turn solid.
Yes, but to get the panels truly hard the freezer must maintain a temperature lower than -23°C. Otherwise the panel will be at the temperature of the freezer and just won’t last as long.
Yes, but they will just take longer to condition (the middle panel will be the last to condition). For the quickest conditioning process, get as much air circulating around the panel as possible.
If the panels must be stacked we recommend inserting a spacer (pencil, tongue depressor, etc.) between each panel.
No, only the PCM panels.
The PCM inside is above its phase change temperature.
No. It is not necessary to condition the vacuum insulated panel (VIP) system. Storage at room temperature is recommended.

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Maintenance

With the two smaller models the fabric case can be hand-washed and air-dried. With the hard-sided models the case can be wiped down.

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Pack Out

Vacuum Insulation Panel – a form of thermal insulation consisting of a gas-tight enclosure surrounding a rigid core, from which the air has been evacuated.
No, but all six panels will maintain a consistent temperature the longest. The fewer the panels, the shorter the temperature holding time.
No. The PCM panels are replacements superior to the standard gel pack method of cooling.
No. The PCM panels are replacements superior to the standard ice pack method of cooling.
Not during use. But during storage/conditioning, electricity may be needed to maintain condition the panels properly.
Yes. The large cooler can be locked with a small, steel padlock. The small and medium coolers have double zippers that can be fastened together with a small, cable padlock.
Yes, if they have the same temperature parameters. No, if they require two different parameters.
Yes, just not at the same time. Temperature controlling panels (the PCM System) can be purchased separately and swapped out depending on use.
No. Although it is recommended to have a thermometer to monitor the temperature and some filler material (newspaper, bubble-wrap, etc.) to prevent contents from shifting.
The “series” and color codes are: Series 4 (blue tab) maintains a refrigerated temperature. Series 20M (black tab) maintains a frozen temperature. Series 22 (tan tab) maintains a room temperature.

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Purchasing Related FAQs

Credit Cards

Yes, all major credit cards are accepted.

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Ordering

Order thru the shopping cart on this website, GSA, Amazon or contact us for a formal quote or Purchase Order. For orders over $10,000 please contact us (866-469-6019).

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Pricing

Yes. Discounts start at 10 or more of the same model.

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Shipping

Usually 1 to 2 business days depending on stock.

Duties: U.S. and Canada shipments are duty-free.

Taxes: Determined and applied by the state or province (GST, PST, HST, etc.)

  • Paid by the customer directly to the Government of destination country.

Brokerage: the fee associated with customs clearance for your inbound shipments.

  • Paid by the “Importer of Record” (customer) based on the value of the shipment to the designated broker.
  • Broker can be identified by the customer prior to shipment (so they use their own), otherwise FedEx will be the default broker.
  • There are ways to avoid broker fees, but there’s time and work involved (example).

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