evo smart shippers

evo smart shippers are the heart of the evo Cold Chain 2.0 system.  
Outstanding thermal stability and efficiency, simple to use, compact size, robust and reusable, sophisticated sensor and communications systems, custom interior configurations.

 
 

evo® - CRT

  • Temperature: Controlled Room Temperature
  • Max Payload Volume: 1.5Liters
  • Temperature Management: Custom PCM
  • Smart: Yes
  • Custom Configurable: Yes
  • Availability: Now
  • Notes: The definition of Controlled Room Temperature "CRT" is a broad.   Contact us for custom designed phase change materials to optimize your product storage range.
 
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evo® 2˚- 8˚C

  • Temperature: 2˚ to 8˚C
  • Max Payload Volume: 1.5 Liters
  • Temperature Management: Wet Ice/PCM
  • Smart: Yes
  • Custom Configurable: Yes
  • Availability: Now
  • Notes:  Consistent product temperature stability from 56 to 120 hours duration.
 
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evo: -80˚C "dry ice"

  • Temperature: -80˚C
  • Max Payload Volume: 81 -96 microvial rack
  • Temperature Management: Dry Ice Pellets
  • Smart: Yes
  • Custom Configurable: Yes
  • Availability: Now
  • Notes:  Uses only 4.8Kg of dry ice for 72 hour performance below 72˚C
 

evo: -196˚C 'Campus Carrier'

  • Temperature: -196˚C
  • Max Payload Volume: 4 cassettes
  • Temperature Management: Liquid Nitrogen Charge/Dry Vapor
  • Smart: Yes
  • Custom Configurations: Yes
  • Availability: Q2 2017
  • Notes:
 

evo®: 2˚- 8˚C  XL

  • Temperature: 2˚- 8˚C
  • Max Payload Volume: 1.4 Liter
  • Temperature Management: PCM
  • Smart: Yes
  • Custom Configurable: Yes
  • Availability: Q2 2017
  • Notes:  Consistent product temperature stability from up to 144 hours duration.
 

evo®: NanoQ "smart" 

  • Temperature: 2˚- 8˚C and -80˚C
  • Max Payload Volume: 4 Liters
  • Temperature  Management: PCM or  Dry Ice
  • Smart: Yes
  • Custom Configurable: Yes
  • Availability: Q2 2017
  • Notes:
 

 Global best-practice standards followed

 

evo insulated shipping containers, test protocols, materials, processes, test equipment, calibration, and facilities used in the execution of Operational Qualifications meet or exceed the minimum requirements established by:

  • The International Safe Transit Association (ISTA) Standard 20: Design and Qualification of Insulated Shipping Containers (2011), 
  • The Parenteral Drug Association Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology Technical Report No. 39 Guidance for Temperature Controlled Medicinal Products: Maintaining the Quality of Temperature-Sensitive Medicinal Products through the Transportation Environment (2011), and 
  • The World Health Organization Technical Supplement to Annex 9: Model guidance for the storage and transport of time- and temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical products, Qualification of Shipping Containers (2015)
  • International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE), Good Practice Guide: Cold Chain Management (2010).