How airflow design of active containers can put your payload’s thermal integrity at risk
Ensure GDP compliance, maintain consistent thermal payload mapping and eliminate “hot spot” risks in your cold chain shipments
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Active Temperature Controlled Containers (ATTCs) are often utilized with cold chain shipments to ensure the necessary level of thermal protection needed to maintain product integrity and comply with good distribution practices.
Container selection can, therefore, prove critical as the airflow design within the cargo compartment can significantly impact a container’s ability to tightly control the desired set-point temperature.
In this whitepaper, CSafe Global offers its comparative analysis on three active containers to uncover the benefits and limitations of different airflow designs. It shares insight on which container design can reduce the risk of temperature excursions and limit the development of hot and cold zones within the cargo compartment.
Download this whitepaper to learn more about:
- How cargo compartment airflow design impacts container performance and can reduce thermal protection of high-value payloads
- How insufficient airflow speeds or pockets of stagnant air can lead to significant elevations in temperature on the payload floor
- Why an ‘air cushion’ underneath the payload is an essential layer of protection for high value products in high risk settings
This insight will help you understand how to evaluate the best active container for your cold chain needs to ensure your vital medications complete the full end-to-end cold chain journey, at the right temperature.
To find out how to choose the right temperature-controlled Active Container for your cold chain needs, download your copy today!