3oz. cool packs can be bought individually or in quantities for a discount. As shown in the picture you can cut them down so you can use them one at a time. They are very small and work great for small boxes or you can put in a few of them just in the right place of the box. These are the best thing to happen to the shipping industry. This new technology saves you shipping cost. We ship these to you dry then you hydrate them and freeze them and 12 hours later they are ready for shipping. When properly used they do not leak any water and keep your cargo safe. Best of all they can be reused.
Greater Versatility and Conformance. Can be Refrozen and Reused!
Gel Ice Blankets are flexible when frozen. You can wrap it around your products to maintain more consistent temperatures throughout your payload. It also offers more even weight distribution that will not shift during shipping. Your products will not be broken, crushed, or bent. You will avoid water-damage to your products from melted ice. And, you can reuse for added savings
Superior Product Protection
Will not leak when it thaws (the water stays inside the cells, even under significant pressure) and the product is environmentally friendly.
Easy to Store, Easy and Safe to Use
The product is light and compact during storage. It takes only a fraction of the space required to store ice, dry ice or gel packs. It is completely safe to handle when dry or hydrated.
Reduces Inbound Freight Costs
The packs ships to you dry so there is very little weight to it so you save on inbound shipping cost.
Cool Pack Instructions
The cool pack absorbs and encapsulate water so the absorbed water will not leak out when the cells eventually thaw. Once the cells have been hydrated, they can be frozen and still remain flexible due to their unique construction.
Cool packs are easily cut along the seam if yours are together using a knife or scissors. They can be cut dry or once frozen.
Soak the cool pads in water for about 10-15 minutes long enough for the cells to swell tight.
Remove cool pack form water and remove excess water. Place pads in freezer. Make sure pads are STACKED PLASTIC SIDE DOWN to prevent them from sticking to the freezer shelf and to each other.
Freeze for at least 12 hours.