19 January 2017 | News | By Vipul Murarka
New CoolPal Vertos Advance launched by Pelican BioThermal New CoolPall Vertos Advance has all the beneficial key features of the original CoolPall Vertos range and offers superior performance due to additional advancements.
US based Pelical BioThermal which is a global leader providing the broadcast and most innovative range of temperature-controlled packaging solutions serving the life sciences industry has recently launched its new CoolPall Vertos Advance. This new product has all the beneficial key features of the original CoolPall Vertos range and offers superior performance due to additional advancements, including incorporating phase change material (PCM) and vacuum insulated panels (VIPs), which provide fridge hold capabilities for added stability.
The latest product range addition was engineered following feedback from customers who highlighted a need for a passive shipper that could be placed in refrigerated storage, when necessary, during transportation.
With a volume of 1680L, the newly unveiled CoolPall Vertos Advance ISOPAD has a temperature range of 2-8C and duration of up to five days. This latest launch further extends the family of CoolPall Vertos products, which are already available in four sizes and two temperature ranges.
CoolPall Vertos Advance's reliable, robust specifications make it ideal for the rigors of global logistics applications covering routes to more exotic locations such as Brazil, Russia, the Far East including Indonesia and Eastern European destinations, where there is an increasing need to be able to put a shipment in refrigerated storage for part of its journey.
Paul Terry, Pelican BioThermal's Director of Sales EMEA, said: "We are pleased to introduce the new CoolPallTM Vertos Advance. Incorporating all the excellent features of CoolPall Vertos, the Advance shipper offers the marketplace a further cost-effective option, providing enhanced performance via vacuum insulated panels in integral cavities and utilizing PCM instead of water-based coolants."