Temperature Controlled Packaging, sometimes known as Cold Chain Packaging, is used in the pharmaceutical and Life Science industries to transport products while ensuring a specific temperature is maintained around the product. The appropriate internal temperature ensures that the goods are not affected by hot or cold temperatures while being transported to their destination.
Temperature-controlled packaging consists of two components:
- Insulated container to buffer the temperature extremes on the outside and retain the temperature on the inside.
- Refrigerant that provides some “thermal load” and maintains the temperature inside the insulated container.
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