The power of cold for low temperature
Cryogenic refrigeration for insulated containers means using dry ice as a cooling agent.
Because it sublimates at -78.5°C, dry ice is a powerful refrigerant mainly used to transport frozen goods.
Dry ice is frozen carbon dioxide and takes its name from the fact when it evaporates it turns directly from solid to gas. Dry ice does not produce water, it sublimates.
Dry ice is used in different forms: blocks, slices, slabs, pellets, rice-grain pellets and snow.
How to determine the quantity of dry ice needed in an insulated container? Contact us and we will calculate the weight of refrigerant for you, based on the insulated contained to be used and the transport time envisaged.