No. It is not necessary to condition the vacuum insulated panel (VIP) system. Storage at room temperature is recommended.
The time varies between prep methods: Method A: ≈ 24 hours Method B: ≈ 3 hours Method C: ≈ 24 hours In the user guide we recommend Method A, although all methods work. Choose the method that works best with your schedule and available resources. If you store the PCM panels in your freezer they Read More
The time varies between prep methods: Method A: ≈ 3 hours / Keep product cool (in extreme heat) Method B: ≈ 4 hours / Keep product cool (in extreme heat) Method C: ≈ 3 hours / Keep product warm (in cold conditions) Method D: ≈ 3 hours / Keep product warm (in cold conditions) In Read More
Store panels in a lab incubator* between 15-20°C so PCM is solid (i.e. 48 hrs. @ 15°C). Shake to verify. Before assembly, shake panels to verify PCM is solid. If liquid is heard, restart at step 2a to ensure the longest hold time. Using liquid panels, or panels with a solid/liquid combination, decreases hold time. Read More
The RT-28 when properly conditioned will hold product between 20-24°C for 56+ hours.