What are savENRG® Incubation Packs?
savENRG® Incubation Packs are manufactured using a paraffin-based phase change material (PCM). This material solidifies as the surrounding temperature drops from 37°C to 30°C (98.6°F to 86°F) releasing heat and then melts as the temperature rises from 30°C to 37°C (86°F to 98.6°F) absorbing heat.
Why are savENRG® Incubation Packs better than activated heat packs?
savENRG® Incubation Packs work best in the range of 30°C to 37°C (86°F to 98.6°F) while activated heat packs have no specific temperature control and can range from 50°C to 80°C (122°F to 176°F) or even higher.
savENRG® Incubation Packs are reusable for thousands of cycles with no degradation of their specific temperature performance. Activated heat packs are a “single use only” solution and create uncontrolled heat only as long as the charcoal solution within the pack oxidizes. savENRG® Incubation Packs safely keep biological specimens at body temperature during storage and transport with a very controlled performance.