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Nov 04,2019

Cryopak Introduces New Wireless Temperature Logger

Edison, NJ, USA (November 4, 2019) – Cryopak is proud to announce the unveiling of its new data logger with wireless capabilities: the CTL (Contactless Temperature Logger). The new addition to the company’s cold chain portfolio provides an efficient and advanced method in obtaining and syncing

Jun 05,2019

Cryopak Celebrates World Environment Day with its New R3 Service Program and a Commitment to More Sustainable Solutions

 

Feb 21,2019

Cryopak Launches Upgrade to Mirador Express Monitoring System

 

Dec 19,2018

Payload Mass vs Payload Temperature

 

Jun 07,2018

Upgrading Your Existing Thermal Packaging with Computer Simulation

Figure 1. Computer Simulated Thermal Performance of an Insulated Shipper

May 02,2018

What Size Gel Pack Should I Use?

 

Mar 09,2018

Cryopak Introduces New Temperature Mapping Services

Montreal, QC (March 9th, 2018) – Cryopak has announced the expansion of its cold chain services portfolio, with the addition of temperature mapping studies. Required by regulatory agencies across the world, this new service will allow the company’s clients to protect their products by identifying

Jan 25,2018

Preventing Freezing During Transit

 

A major topic of discussion in cold chain shipping this time of year is how to prevent items from freezing, rather than how to keep them cold. “Cold chain” as a term is a bit of a misnomer, as there is a wide array of temperature requirements that result in the need for temperature-controlled

Oct 25,2017

Developing a Custom Temperature Profile

When testing packages for temperature assurance performance in a laboratory setting, using temperature profiles helps represent the expected temperatures that packages will experience in the field. A temperature profile is a sequence of time and temperature steps that can be programmed into an

Aug 23,2017

Expediting Product-to-Market: Accelerated Aging

Determining a product’s lifecycle by estimating its shelf life is an important development step that needs to be analyzed prior to market launch. Shelf life is a natural process of an item’s decay over time. A simple way of examining shelf life is by placing the item in a controlled environment