evo smart shippers’ innovative and patented design is at the heart of the evo Cold Chain 2.0 system.
Outstanding thermal stability. Efficient. Elegant. Compact. Robust and reusable. All with integrated sensor and communications systems and custom interior configurations.
Scroll down to get a glimpse at the evo smart shipper product line organized by common product temperature ranges.
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Maintaining "Controlled Room Temperature" during transport can be incredibly challenging. The most common temperature range for CRT is +15°C to +25°C. But if your product requirements differ, Savsu technology has the ability to bracket a broad temperature range with no change in design.
2-8°C is often referred to as "refrigerated temperature." Savsu qualifications do not rely on rounding or “fuzzy math” to meet qualification standards. Product temperature is flat-line stable by design. Additionally, evo is the only self-contained 2-8°C shipper that is also UN3373 Category B compliant.
-80°C is often referred to as "frozen." Our -80°C evo uses a patented thermal bridging system which minimizes the amount of dry ice used, keeps the product secure, easy to access, and eliminates temperature stratification as the dry ice sublimates.
Our DV series is our latest product line operating at -196°C, or the "deep frozen" range. While dry vapor shippers operate at -196°C with a full charge, the standard for deep frozen products are typically "less than -150°C. Liquid nitrogen absorbed into a proprietary porous membrane makes it "dry" after charging, nearly doubling the thermal autonomy over conventional dry vapor shippers and it is not regulated in transportation.
Thermal performance of evo dry vapor shippers for added peace of mind: Our Dry Vapor shipper testing protocols are more rigorous than conventional testing methodology. Traditionally, dry vapor shippers are thermally tested in a static state (upright orientation only). Such results can be misleading as a static state extends the thermal autonomy of the shipper considerably. In reality, dry vapor shippers are frequently tipped on their side during transport reducing their thermal longevity dramatically. While it is unlikely that a dry vapor shipper would remain on its side for the duration of transport, continuous dynamic orientation (90 ° from upright) represents the worst of all possible orientation scenarios. And just for comparison to current dry vapor shippers, we test in a static state, too!
SAVSU also makes "non-smart" or what we like to call quiet shippers. The primary market for these products is the public health market. Long term passive storage of vaccines, field trails and vaccination programs, field sample transportation are just some uses.