What Distinguishes Inflate-A-Liner from Other Modes of Packaging Insulation?
There are three distinct modes of heat transfer: Conduction, Convection, and Radiation.
Alternate insulation materials commonly used in the marketplace such as polystyrene (eps), polyurethane, and high-density fiberglass rely upon their solid mass to restrict heat flow by the physics of conduction.
Inflate-A-Liner, on the other hand, is an inflatable insulating liner that converts a corrugated shipper into a cooler. It is manufactured from HDPE and LDPE inner and outer poly films with interior baffle films made from metalized poly film. An inflated Inflate-A-Liner has a very low conductive rate and inhibits heat flow with this internal radiant barrier technology. Therefore, its mass consists mainly of the gas used for inflation.
Features and Benefits
Inhibits all 3 modes of heat transfer –radiation, convection & conduction
Superior Insulation – performs better in independent testing* than traditional foam packaging-keeping your product protected longer! * ASTM C-518
Costs Less to Use – reduced shipping and storage costs
Save Freight Charges – ships to your facility uninflated, resulting in a significant reduction of inbound freight costs. You can receive one pallet instead of truckloads of foam
Save Warehouse Space – occupies only 4% of the space required by foam boxes, allowing for significant savings in warehouse space.
Protective Cushioning – Inflated design absorbs shock from rough handling, does not crack on impact and ensures your product arrives protected!
Disposes Efficiently – disposes compactly after use, unlike bulky alternatives and is friendly to the environment!
Pouches also available