Pelican BioThermal adds new CoolPall Flex system

Aug. 13, 2018
See how the CoolPall Flex system from Pelican BioThermal provides thermal protection for payloads.

Pelican BioThermal, provider of temperature-controlled packaging, has announced production of its newest addition to its range of bulk shippers, the CoolPall Flex, which is now available to purchase.

This system is customizable, offering optimized solutions and high-performance thermal protection for global transportation of payloads for pharmaceutical and life sciences applications.

The system is an enhanced extension of the technologies and benefits from Pelican BioThermal’s Credo, Chronos and CoolPall lines, which has been extended into a size the company is offering for the first time. An additional benefit is that the CoolPall Flex provides payload efficiency on aircraft with more constrained cargo spaces.

Available in three heights and with a capacity range of 140L–767L, CoolPall Flex offers a variety of insulation options with water-based or phase change material (PCM) coolants in single- or double-coolant configurations. These flexible configurations deliver differing duration and performance capabilities, in excess of 144 hours, to mitigate temperature excursions in the worldwide transportation of pharmaceuticals.

Use of common components in all variants of CoolPall Flex makes it easy for users to learn how to assemble, condition and pack and use that proficiency on the version they are working with on a given day.

The new shipper system is available in these three CoolPall variants: Flex Water, Flex PCM and Flex Advance.

Lightweight with superior outer dimension to payload ratios, the flexible pallet system features an OptiLedge base in two dimensions to suit both ISO and Euro pallets.

Visit www.pelicanbiothermal.com to learn more.

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