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The Product Load Effect: How the Thermal Properties of your Product Affect Package Performance

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The Product Load Effect: How the Thermal Properties of your Product Affect Package Performance

Published in International Pharmaceutical Industry, Autumn 2018 Volume 10 Issue 3: http://ipimediaworld.com/product-load-effect-thermal-properties-product-affect-package-performance/ By Jerry Ferracamo, Product Development Manager, Inmark “There’s a way to do it better – find it.” – Thomas Edison For those of us familiar with cold chain packaging design, we focus much of our attention (and rightly so) on insulation and refrigerants as the primary tools in our toolbox. We creatively endeavour to balance resistance and heat capacity to keep a desired volume within acceptable temperature limits, using tricks of the trade (thermal breaks, free convection, phase change, etc) to meet even the most challenging requirements. While at times thermal design...

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Tricky Category B Packaging Need

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Tricky Category B Packaging Need

The Challenge:

An Inmark client seeking to transport both ambient and frozen biological substance Category B materials approached us searching for ways to reduce cost while maintaining critical, proper temperature control for the duration of shipment and handling.

The Solution:

Our team initially decreased the size and weight of their systems; however, we went a step further to truly develop a customized solution to help them reach their goals....

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