ISOBAG Medical Insulated Pouch

Our ISOBAG is an isothermal pouch adapted to the transport of heat-sensitive products. It protects them during their transport between the point of sale and the patient’s home. It avoids thermal shocks and stops the temperature rise of heat-sensitive products.

It is a patient education, metallization is in the collective unconscious synonymous with respect for the cold chain.

Applications

Isothermal protection for small products, suitable for :

  • Pharmacies
  • Offices
  • Hospitals
  • Laboratories

Format

Standard formats :

  • 20 x 25 cm

Tailor-made formats :

  • Minimum size: 11 x 16 cm Minimum production quantity 80,000 sleeves
  • Maximum size: 62 x 62 cm Minimum production quantity 4,000 sleeves

Contact us for minimum production quantities


Duration of protection

    • Between 10 and 30 min without cold packs (depending on the density of the product) to keep below 8°C
    • From 30 min to 2h with cooling bags (depending on the density of the product)

  • Vacuum metallized polyester exterior laminated to polyethylene
  • Closed cell polyethylene foam core
  • White food grade polyethylene inner lining

Closing :

  • ZIP
  • Double-sided adhesive

Different formats are available :

  • Standard pocket sizes: 20 x 25 cm neutral ZIP closure, available from stock
  • Custom sizes available from 11 x 16 cm minimum to 62 x 62 cm maximum, please contact us for minimum production quantities
  • Customised: contact us for minimum production quantities

Printing technique :

  • The printing is done in High Definition flexography up to 8 colours per line or in four-colour process.
  • This technique allows us to print the ISOBAG cooling pouches in 152 screen, i.e. 60 lines per cm2, with as much finesse as offset printing on paper.

The ISOBAG pouch remains a great communication tool and will last for a long time.

    The recyclability of ISOBAG insulated bags is possible through energy recovery. Polyethylene, when mixed with household waste, allows for higher temperatures during incineration, which generates savings in fossil energy. When polyethylene is burned, it does not release any toxic gases, only carbon dioxide and oxygen.