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ThermoSafe: Off-the-shelf packaging solutions
Certis Silver, the latest offering in the Certis line of off-the-shelf packaging solutions for temperature-sensitive products introduced.
ThermoSafe Brands, a business of Sonoco introduced Certis Silver, the latest offering in the Certis line of off-the-shelf packaging solutions for temperature-sensitive products. Designed to the ISCsilver™ Ambient Temperature Profile, Certis Silver packaging solutions offer reliable temperature assurance for moderate distribution environments.
The addition of Certis Silver effectively expands the Certis footprint to encompass a broad range of 2 C – 8 C applications. Certis Gold solutions, which are based on the rigorous ISCgold™ Ambient Temperature Profile, were developed to maintain the same strict temperature control seen with Certis Silver, but under more volatile shipping and storing conditions.
The patent-pending modular platform design common to all Certis Shippers provides plenty of flexibility for adjusting to specific needs. Standard Certis Shippers can be modified to meet customer requirements for temperature control, shipping durations and payload sizes.
Although ThermoSafe can design a custom shipper to precisely match a product’s requirements, off-the-shelf Certis Shippers are ideal because they reduce freight costs, accelerate speed-to-market and increase operational efficiencies.
All Certis Silver solutions feature Thermophase™ powered by PureTemp™, a patented proprietary formulation of natural vegetable-based phase change materials for strict temperature control, easy pack outs, greater efficiency and smaller, lighter packages. ThermoPhase materials are non-hazardous, environmentally friendly and available to meet a wide range of temperature requirements.
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