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20 Litre Thermal Vaccine Transportation Bag

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Product Code: PORTTHERM20L
 £159.54 
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Quick Overview

Transportation Bag  designed for the health, medical and pharmaceutical industries

Suitable for transportation of vaccines, blood, and any other temperature sensitive or perishable products

The bags  have been extensively tested by an independent UK testing company which have issued a certificates, reports  confirming that our range of thermal/vaccine bags will help keep chilled products at critical temperatures  for extended periods in transit without the need for continuous refrigeration or chilled environment.

 

The bags can be used without the  chilled gel packs for 24 hours of appropriate temp for flu vaccines  , using the gel pack will extend the time to 72 hours 

 
Test Results illustrating cold life
 
This bag was tested in a test chamber where the outside temperature took just one hour to reach 30 degrees Celsius  and was kept at this steady temperature for 24 hours.
 
Test result over this 24 hours show that products in this bag will increase in temperature at an approximate rate of 0.68 degrees Celsius per hour.
 

It features  two strong durable handles and is lightweight and easy to carry

The bags are made using a specially designed insulation material.

This time range can be extended by using gel packs.

 

The vaccine bags can be used with either frozen or chilled gel packs.

 


Features

  • Adjustable and removable padded shoulder strap
  • High quality metal fittings
  • YKK zips
  • Clear document wallet


Specification

  • Internal Dimensions: W350 x D230 x H280mm
  • External Dimensions:  W400 x D280 x H330mm
  • Empty Weight:  0.85kg
  • Insulation Thickness: 45mm
  • Internal Separators: Includes 2 free of charge thermal internal separators
     



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Temperature TrialsCorrmed 2017.pdf  Temperature TrialsCorrmed 2017.pdf