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PCM vs. “Conditioned” Ice Bottles | Controlling the Temperature | INSTANT QUOTE – get it online!

PCM vs. Conditioned Ice Bottles News & Promotions A) PCM vs. "Conditioned" Ice Bottles Are ice bottles really safe? A "conditioned" ice bottle is at 0°C until the ice completely melts. Then it rapidly acclimates to the surrounding environment...neither is ideal for temperature sensitive product. In contrast, specially formulated PCM (phase change material) can hold a customized, dialed-in temperature (e.g., Read More
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Cool Cube™ and a DDL – Casing for Preparedness Supplies – Mobile HICS Station

Cool Cube™ and a DDL 111 years ago today, Ford debuted the Model T -- the first car for millions of Americans. The automobile has come a long way since then. Ever wonder where cold chain management coolers will be in 100 years? Let's get there sooner than later! And as always, lots of information can be found on our Read More
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Easy-Fast-Safe | Kits for Fall Vaccination Campaigns | ACS Preparedness

Easy-Fast-Safe Vaccination season is just around the corner for some of you. A few years ago we published a "Flu Clinic Planning Tips" whitepaper that was wildly popular. Feel free to download that here if you want a last-minute checklist. And as always, lots of information can be found on the website. Have a productive week! Read More
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Basic Physics | A Wheeled Workstation | A Pan Flu Supply Stockpile

Basic Physics First off, have you noticed the new look yet? It's not much, but hopefully these slight changes to the format help you--the reader--find greater value, faster. And as always, lots of information can be found on the website. Have a productive week! A) Basic Physics = Reliable & Simple and safe too! Utilizing some basic Read More
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Passive Technology | TMDs Improve the Cold Chain | Organized AND Mobile Supplies

Hello, medical professionals! Every have the electricity go out and have a bunch of temperature sensitive product to worry about? Check out section "A" for a simple, passive (non-electric) solution. Section "B" is in regards to the growing popularity of DDLs. Section "C" is a simple product for those needing a mobile workspace. As always, Read More