What are savENRG® Ice Packs?
savENRG® Ice Packs are manufactured using a water-based phase change material (PCM). This material solidifies as the surrounding temperature drops from -20°C to -30°C (-4°F to -22°F) releasing heat and then melts as the temperature rises from -30°C to -20°C (-22°F to -4°F) absorbing heat.
Why are savENRG® Ice Packs better than dry ice?
savENRG® Ice Packs work best in the range of -30°C to -20°C (-22°F to -4°F) while dry ice works best in the range of -80°C to -40°C (-112°F to -40°F).
When dry ice is used to keep a product frozen below -20°C (-4°F), the product temperature is brought down much colder than needed and may damage the product, while the package emits hazardous CO2 gas.
A savENRG® Ice Pack is a multi-use product that can be safely handled without special precautions, transported without emitting hazardous gases, and can safely keep a product frozen below -20°C (-4°F).
Please note: savENRG® Ice Packs must be conditioned in commercial freezer set at or below -35°C (-31°F) or colder. These packs cannot be conditioned in residential freezers.