Vaccine carriers,cold box and coolant packs are used for keeping vaccines cold during transportation. Suitable for use by health workers during immunization campaigns and out-reach services. As these are passive devices, coolant packs are used as accessories for both cold boxes and vaccine carriers to provide the cooling capacity for a limited time period. Coolant packs are put into the boxes/carriers packed with the vaccine vials, in accordance with the instructions provided with the product (drawings inside the cover of the box/carrier). All vaccine carriers and cold boxes are supplied with one set of coolant pack required as standard.
All freeze-preventive vaccine carriers have a barrier separating the vaccine storage compartment from the frozen water packs, to prevent direct contact. A key advantage of using freeze-preventive vaccine carriers is that at the start of the session day, frozen water packs can be taken directly from the freezer and placed in the vaccine carrier, without conditioning, therefore saving on preparation time while preventing the risk of freezing vaccines.
The vaccine carrier are certified by WHO.