THE PERFECT COMBINATION OF SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGY, THERMAL PERFORMANCE AND SHOCK PROTECTION
Green Cell Foam Insulated Shipping Coolers protect frozen and perishable products during shipment. These shipping coolers have thermal protection equal to polystyrene inch-for-inch. Proven performance with dry ice and/or cold packs for pharmaceutical, food and nutritional products.
EXAMPLEs of green cell foam coolers:
Standard 6-Panel Cooler
6-Panel Cooler With Corrugate Inner Liner
6- Panel Cooler With Gel Pack Dividers
- Made with 100% all-natural, non-GMO U.S. Grown corn, helping to reduce Greenhouse Gases, landfill disposals, reliance on fossil fuels & more. Our product produces 80% less greenhouse gas and uses 70% less energy to produce overall.
- Each cooler is customized to meet the individual needs of our customers. With no initial tooling costs, modifying or changing sizes is easy.
- Green Cell Foam provides significantly better protection from shock and vibration - decrease damage rates caused by integrity-robbing breaking or cracking as demonstrated by EPS shippers.
“Green Cell Foam insulates very well, and we can use whatever case size we want and KTM will cut the Green Cell panels to fit that size. Cost is important, but so is sustainability. It’s worth going with the ‘green’ solution even if it costs a bit more, because over the long haul, it normally ends up saving money and benefits the environment.“
- MARK KUHL, SANDOZ
More protection doesn't mean less green. Green Cell Plus adds a recyclable moisture-resistant barrier to Green Cell Foam's biodegradable packaging materials.
What is "PLUS"?
Green Cell Plus takes 3-panel sections of Green Cell Foam and envelops them in a polyethylene film to provide an effective barrier against moisture and humidity. The plastic film is readily recyclable in most communities.
How to responsibly dispose of GC+
Tear the film and remove the Green Cell Foam panels. Recycle the film with other #4 plastics. Place the Green Cell Foam panels in any compost pile, yard waste container or dissolve them in a sink or bucket of water.