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Cool Cube™ Cold Chain Coolers | Care-Specific Medical Kits | Supplies for Off-Site Vaccinations

YouTube Cool Cube™ Play Image Hello, medical professionals! There's been a lot of talk about the difference between Cool Cubes™ and other "cold chain coolers." If cold chain management is part of your job, you will want to read the first section below. The next two sections also stay in the vaccination arena and deal with DDLs (digital data loggers) Read More
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The Large Capacity Cool Cube™ 96 | Pick the Care Functions You Need | The “Golden Hour” Solution

Large-Capacity-Cool-Cube™-96 Hello, medical professionals! Keeping vaccine and other temperature sensitive product safe during a blackout is of utmost importance...hence section "A" regarding cold chain backup. If you are in the EP field, the next two sections deal with patient surge preparedness for mass casualty incidents (MCIs). As always, have a productive week! To help you scan Read More
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A MedKit for Burn Care | Cool Cube™ FAQ | Mobile HICS Station


A MedKit for Burn CareMass Casualty Burn Treatment Does your facility have the assets required to respond to a mass burn casualty event? The Response-Friendly® Burn Care MedKit can fill the gaps of your inventory with supplies specialized for burn care treatment. When deployed, the Upright Medical Organizer (MC-UMO) gives medical personnel quick access to supplies Read More

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The Cool Cube™ 96 | Response-Ready PPE Kits | Disaster Response Trailers


The Cool Cube™ 96Large Capacity Temp AssuranceThe newly released Cool Cube™ 96 is the ideal solution to move or store (back-up scenarios) large quantities of temperature sensitive product. Like other Cool Cubes™ it has a user-friendly case for easy mobility and a Temp-Shield™ insulation system for a long-lasting temperature hold. Integrated/interchangeable PCM panels enable safe, Read More

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Temp Holding PCM Panels | ACS Preparedness | Mobile Vaccination Clinic

Temp Holding PCM Panels

Temp Holding PCM Panels*Very Different From Ice Bottles*When using conditioned water bottles as a coolant, bottles plateau at 0°C until completely thawed. When using conditioned PCM panels as a coolant, panels plateau at 4.5°C until completely thawed. Which coolant is safer to have next to valuable vaccine, blood, medicine or other refrigerated product…0°C or 4.5°C? Read More