Refrigerants : your provider of cooling elements for isothermal solutions
Cryopak manufactures various types of refrigerants capable of keeping your temperature-sensitive products at temperatures between -20°C and +25°C. They are generally used to deliver cold in an isothermal packaging, acting as an insulating barrier against external temperatures.
The more insulating the packaging, the less refrigerant is needed, the lighter the package, and the better the transport costs are optimised. Whether they are soft, rigid or different sizes, we have refrigerants to suit all types of products or containers in order to maintain the cold chain for your products.
Flexible cold pouches composed of water and food-grade powder, intended for single use or a limited number of uses. They are used in the food industry between 0°C and +4°C, but also in the healthcare sector for products that must be stored between +2°C and +8°C.
These are rigid bottles filled with drinking water and more commonly known as eutectic plates or ice bricks. Ice Packs are intended to be reused as they are more robust than flexible pouches. They are used in the food industry between 0°C and +4°C on average, but also in the healthcare sector for products that must be stored between +2°C and +8°C.
Mats or blankets composed of ultra-resistant water cells, enabling products to be kept fresh between 0°C and +4°C or between +2°C and +8°C. They bring a significant thermal and mechanical protection by preventing freezing risks of cool products.
Phase 5 is a positive phase change material, i.e. it freezes and defrosts at +5°C.
It strongly limits the freezing risks that can occur with water-based refrigerants. Phase 5 is primarily used in the healthcare sector to improve the security of the cold chain for products that must be kept between +2°C and +8°C.
Phase 22 is a positive phase change material, i.e. it freezes and defrosts at +22°C.
It delivers a far superior thermal performance to water-based refrigerants. Phase 22 is the ideal refrigerant for stably maintaining products between +15°C and +25°C. It is particularly effective in blood transportation, where a temperature of between +20°C and +24°C must be maintained.
The -21°C Gel Pack is a negative phase change material, i.e. it freezes and defrosts at -21°C.
It is used in food-sector activities and in the healthcare sector for storing or transporting frozen products that must be kept around -20°C. It is a practical and economical alternative compared with the use of dry ice.