Cold Chain Technologies Launches Next Gen Shippers
Published: November 18th, 2013
Cold Chain Technologies has announced four new product families of qualified shipping systems for temperature-sensitive product.
The new KoolTemp GTS Express, Excel, Extreme, and Evolution qualified shipping systems offer ultra-high performance using simple universal pack-outs, straightforward conditioning, and modular designs with common refrigerants, the company said in a press release.
The solutions increase payload size and improve performance while decreasing cost, size, and weight. Temperature-sensitive products are protected under the most extreme conditions, in small parcels or in bulk pallet shipments, traveling overnight or for extended durations, the company said.
The KoolTemp GTS shippers are optimally designed with the aid of CCT’s KoolDesigns Thermal Modeling, and powered by its proprietary Koolit Advanced PCM (phase change material) formulation.
“The newest generation of KoolTemp GTS shipping systems combines years of research and extensive collaboration with our clients. This collaborative design and development process has evolved into innovative solutions built with each market sectors’ unique needs as the focal point,” says Jamie Chasteen, product development manager.
“Every KoolTemp GTS family is built on a modular platform that uses common components across all sizes while simplistic pack-outs promote compliance and repeatable performance. Through the use of Koolit Advanced PCM and KoolDesigns thermal modeling we have created the highest performing yet lowest total cost systems available on the market today,” Chasteen adds.
Previewed at the 11th Annual Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Global Forum, the GTS solutions are available in refrigerated, frozen, and controlled-room-temperature options, and in a variety of sizes that range from 4 liter to 52 liter small parcels, and half-pallet to full-pallet bulk shippers.
The patent-pending line up offers over twenty qualified shipping solutions, with global availability.