Peli BioThermal flexes its pharma packaging expertise

Peli BioThermal has added to its range of temperature controlled packaging with the production of its CoolPall Flex for bulk shipments.
The system is a customisable range offering optimised solutions and thermal protection for the global transportation of payloads for pharmaceutical and life sciences applications.  
The new system, offering payload efficiency on aircraft with more constrained cargo space, is an enhanced extension of Peli BioThermal’s Crēdo, Chronos and CoolPall lines.
Paul Terry, Peli BioThermal’s director of sales EMEA, said: “Our new CoolPall Flex  is a superior, sophisticated system that is easy to configure with single or double coolant pods.
"Flex’s common components make the system user friendly and simple to construct. This means it’s incredibly quick and easy to build and can be fully assembled in under two minutes.”
Available in three heights and with a capacity range of 140L – 767L, CoolPall Flex offers a variety of insulation options with water-based or phase change material (PCM) coolants in single or double coolant configurations.
The flexible configurations deliver differing duration and performance capabilities, in excess of 144 hours, to mitigate temperature excursions in the worldwide transportation of pharmaceutical products.
The new shipper system is available in a range of variants.
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