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Cool Cube™ FAQ | Off-Site Vaccinations | Alternate Care Site System

The Impact of Data Loggers To help you scan topics faster, here are the sections that may interest you... A & B A & C A, B & C C A) Cool Cube™ FAQ A Question From Your Colleagues Question: "How long before I have to buy a new cooler?" Answer: Never (with some simple care).  The PCM (phase change material Read More
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TMD (temperature monitoring device) Guide | Cool Cube™ FAQ | Fully Stocked Medical Kits

TMD-temperature-monitoring-device-Guide A) Cool Cube™ FAQ A Question From Your Colleagues Question: "How does the Cool Cube™ stay cold? Does it need to be plugged in?" Answer: A Cool Cube™ is categorized as a "passive" system. Simply put, they do not need an internal power source to work. Instead they rely on phase change material ("PCM" technology) coupled with high-performance vacuum insulation (better Read More
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Cool Cube™ FAQ | Medical Supply Organization | Replace Expired Product

Cool-Cubes™-from-past-to-present

Cool Cube™ FAQA Question From Your ColleaguesQuestion: “How long have you been selling the Cool Cube™?”Answer: 9 years. In late 2009 customers were asking about coolers for vaccine transport. They were using off-the-shelf coolers with ice packs and found it to be a pain to pack-out and not that reliable. The solution…use phase change material Read More

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Cool Cube™ FAQ | Emergency Burn Care | Patient Surge Training

Capacity-of-a-Cool-Cube™

Cool Cube™ FAQA Question From Your ColleaguesQuestion: “What is the capacity of a Cool Cube™?”Answer: For the size-to-space ratio, it is the best available on the market. We can confidently say that because there is no better insulation (vacuum insulated on all six sides) and no better coolant (PCM panels that are safe to pack Read More

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Beds for a Surge Response | Cool Cube™ FAQ | Mitigate the Disruption

Beds-for-a-Surge-Response

Beds for a Surge ResponseCompact Storage-Quick DeploymentWhen planning for a patient surge, quality medical beds are one of the top priorities. VeriCor Response Beds are ideal for fixed hospitals, alternate care sites, or any place there is a care/rest need. They meet FEMA guidelines (plus ADA compliance standards) and can be folded for easy storage. Read More