Cooling Warming Thermal Mailer Pouches
Cooling Warming ThermalMailer Pouches For Shipping
IDEAL FOR Perishables, fruits, vegetables, chocolates, confections, cheeses, seafood, flowers, fresh herbs, wines, champagne, beverages, baby food, formula, pathology, medical supplies, and all that requires that extra cooling GREAT PRODUCT TO SHIP YOUR VALUABLES
Made in the USA
Seeking to ship your temperature sensitive items!
Select these Cooling Mailing Pouches of a Variety of Sizes..Add a gel ice pack or if you seek warmth, choose a warm pack
Reflective exterior aids to maintain your desired temperatures....
Will provide thermal protection for temperature sensitive items during shipping
Light Weight, Puncture Resistant, Water Repellent, Economical, FDA Compliant, Dry Ice Compatible, Use with Cold Packs, while bubble lining adds additional protection.
Sold Case Volumes Only! Special Orders; Sorry, No Returns on This Product (unless any issues occur)
Sizes Offered to Fit Boxes of Your Choosing Below! Seeking Other Sizes? Just call with sizes in mind..
Volume Cases Translates Into Lower Pricing. Please Call for Multiple Case(s) Needs
Shipping Added of Lowest Cost Per Weight Per Shipping Carrier
- 5" x 7" Case(s) of 400 with 1.5" Flap/Tape - $175.95
- 6" x 8" Case(s) of 225 with 1.5" Flap/Tape - $119.99
- 8" x 11" Case(s) of 150 with 1.5" Flap/Tape - $103.00
- 9" x 12" Case(s) of 125; with 1.5" Flap/Tape - $119.99
- 12" x 12" Fits Boxes of 6" x 6" x 6" Case(s) of 100; with 1.5" Flap/Tape - $130.95
- 12" x 17" Fits Boxes 9" x 3" x 13" Case(s) of 70; with 1.5" Flap/Tape - $110.95
- 16" x 16" Fits Box 8" x 8 " x 8"; Case(s) of 50 with 1.5" Flap/Tape - $100.95
- 18" x 22" Case(s) of 40 with 1.5" Flap Tape -$96.00
- 20" x 20" Fits Box 10" x 10" x 10" Case(s) of 35 with 1.5" Flap/Tape - $100.95
- 22" x 18" Fits Box 12" x 10 x 8; Case(s) of 40 with 1.5" Flap/Tape - $112.99
- 24" x 24" Fits Box 12" x 12" x 12"; Case(s) of 24 with 1.5" Flap/Tape - $87.00
- 28" x 28" Fits Box 14" x 14" x 14; Case(s) of 15 with 1.5" Flap/Tape - $63.00
Understanding How Reflective Insulation Works
Heat flows from a hot or warm medium to a cold medium in three ways:
- By radiation, from a warm surface to a cooler surface through an air space
- By conduction through solid or fluid materials
- By convection, which involves the physical movement of air
- Radiation: Radiation is the transfer of heat (infra-red radiant energy) from a hot surface to a cold surface across an air space or vacuum. All surfaces including those of a radiator, stove, a ceiling or roof and insulation radiate to different degrees. The radiant heat is invisible and has no temperature, just energy. When this energy strikes another surface, it is absorbed and increases the temperature of that surface. This concept can be understood with the following example: On a bright sunny day, radiant heat from the sun travels through a car's window, strikes the steering wheel and is absorbed, causing it to become hot.
- Conduction: Conduction is the direct flow of heat through a material resulting from physical contact. A typical example of conduction would be the heat transferred from hot coffee, through the cup, to the hand holding the cup. Another example is when the contents of a kettle boils from heat transferred from the burner to the kettle. Also, a poker becomes hot from contact with hot coals.
- Convection: Convection is the transfer of heat by air circulation or movement. Typical examples are forced convection: warm air rising from a heat register, free convection: warm air rising from a chimney, and finally, warm air rising from all of the hot surfaces of a radiator, furnace or wood stove.
Unlike mass insulation, reflective insulation is able to keep heat in and reflect heat away. Mass insulation material like fiberglass and foam merely slow down the transfer of heat; they do not reflect heat away, nor do they keep heat in.
Reflective insulation has the ability to control the transfer of radiant heat. In fact, Innovative Energy's products reflect (block) 95 percent of radiant heat. Our products are ideal for:
- Temperature-sensitive packaging: Keeps perishable and temperature-sensitive items safe in shipping and transportation; helps maintain food safety and quality for prepared food.
- Please call or email us with any additional questions you may have